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ARTICLE: 

Review of Trends in the 
Revenues and Expenditures 
of Provincial Governments 
over the Past Five Years 









CANADIAN STATISTICAL REVIEW 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



List of Statistical Tables 

Note to users 

Article — Review of Trends in the Revenues and 
Expenditures of Provincial Governments over 
the Past Five Years 

Statistical Tables 7- 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

List of Statistical Tables 2 

Note to Users 3 

Article — Review of Trends in the Revenues and Expenditures of Provincial Governments over the Past Five Fiscal Years 4 

Statistical Tables 7-110 



LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES 



Page 
Section 1. Selected Economic Indicators 

1. Labour Force 7 

2. Industrial Production 8 

3. Employment, Selected Industries 9 

4: Income, Earnings and Hours 10 

5. Retail Trade, New Motor Vehicle Sales 11 

6. Construction 12 

7. Exports and Imports 13 

8. Selected Monthly Series 14 

9. Income and Expenditure Accounts, Balance of Inter- 

national Payments 15 

10. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin jlfi) 

11. Prices 17 

Section 2. Population Statistics 

1. Population, by Province 18 

2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Perma- 

nent Residence 18 

3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) 

Destination 18 

4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational 

Group 18 

5. Births, by Province 19 

6. Deaths, by Province 19 

7. Marriages, by Province 19 

Section 3. System of National Accounts 

1. Income and Expenditure Accounts 

1.1. National Income and Gross National Product 20 

1.2. Gross National Expenditure, Current Dollars 20 

1.3. Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 21 

1.4. Sources of Personal Income 21 

1.5. Disposition of Personal Income 22 

1.6. Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 22 

1.7. Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or 

Deficit, by Level of Government 23 

1.8. Implicit Price Indexes 27 

1.9. Relation between Gross National Product at Market 

Prices and Gross Domestic Product at Factor 

Cost 27 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

2.1. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin 28 

2.2. Industrial Production 29 

3. Financial Accounts 

3.1. Financial Flows 34 

4. Balance of International Payments 

4.1. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Cur- 

rent Account, All Countries 36 

4.2. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Cur- 

rent Account, Country Distribution 36 

4.3. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Cap- 

ital Account, All Countries 37 

Section 4. Labour 

1. Wages and Salaries, by Province 38 

2. Wages and Salaries, by Industry 39 

3. Labour Force 40 

4. Labour Force, by Region 40 

5. Employed, by Region 41 

6. Employed Non-agriculture, by Region 41 



Page 
Section 4. Labour — Concluded: 

7. Unemployed, by Region 42 

8. Unemployment Rate, by Region 42 

9. Not in the Labour Force, by Region 43 

10. Activities of Unemployment Insurance Commission .... 43 

11. Time Lost in Work Stoppages 44 

12. Employment Indexes, Industrial Divisions 45 

13. Employment Indexes, by Province 46 

14. Employment Indexes, Manufacturing 47 

15. Wages and Salaries, Industrial Divisions 47 

16. Wages and Salaries, Manufacturing 48 

17. Wages and Salaries, by Province 48 

18. Average Hourly Earnings 49 

19. Average Weekly Hours 50 

Section 5. Prices 

1. Industry Selling Price Indexes 51 

2. General Wholesale Index 54 

3. Other Wholesale Price Indexes 54 

4. Consumer Price Indexes 55 

Section 6. Manufacturing 

1. Total Inventories, Shipments, Orders 56 

2. Manufacturing Shipments, Selected Industries 57 

3. Manufacturing Inventories, Selected Industries 59 

4. Manufacturing Shipments and Unfilled Orders by Eco- 

nomic Use Classification 61 

5. Manufacturing Inventories Owned and Raw Materials 

by Economic Use Classification 62 

6. Manufacturing Goods in Process and Finished Prod- 

ucts by Economic Use Classification 63 

7. Tobacco and Beverages 64 

8. Rubber 64 

9. Rubber Products 65 

10. Raw Hides, Skins, Finished Leather 65 

11. Production of Leather Footwear 66 

12. Primary Textiles 66 

13. Production of Sawn Lumber 67 

14. Pulpwood, Woodpulp and Newsprint 67 

15. Primary Iron and Steel 68 

16. New Motor Vehicles 69 

17. Refrigerators, Freezers, Washing Machines and 

Clothes Dryers 70 

18. Radio and Television Sets 70 

Section 7. Fuel, Power, Mining 

1. Total Electric Power 71 

2. Electric Power Available, by Province 71 

3. Coal and Coke 72 

4. Crude Oil and Natural Gas 72 

5. Petroleum Products 73 

6. Metals 74 

7. Non-metallic Minerals 75 

Section 8. Construction 

1. Building Permits, by Type 76 

2. Building Permits, by Province 76 

3. Dwelling Units, Started, All Areas 77 

4. Dwelling Units, Completed, All Areas 77 

5. Dwelling Units, Under Construction, All Areas 

6. Dwelling Units Started, Centres 10,000 and Over 78 

7. Dwelling Units Completed, Centres 10,000 and Over 78 

8. Building Materials 79 

9. Mortgage Loans, Approvals' 80 



Page 
Section 9. Food and Agriculture 

1. Farm Cash Receipts, by Source 81 

2. Farm Cash Receipts, by Province 81 

3. Farm Implement and Equipment Sales at Wholesale 

Prices, by Province 81 

4. Slaughter and Cold Storage Stocks 82 

5. Selected Agricultural Prices 82 

6. Exports of Grains and Livestock Products 83 

7. Milk, Milk Products and Eggs 83 

8. Fish 84 

9. Manufactured Food 84 

10. Sugar 85 

Section 10. Domestic Trade 

1. Value of Retail Trade 86 

2. Department Store Sales and Stocks 88 

3. Wholesale Sales 88 

4. Chartered Banks' General Loans 89 

5. Retail Credit, by Type of Store 89 

6- Consumer Credit, Selected Holders 90 

Section 11. External Trade 

1. Merchandise Exports, Major Countries and Areas 91 

2. Merchandise Imports, Major Countries and Areas 92 

3. Merchandise Exports, by Commodity 93 

4. Merchandise Imports, by Commodity 95 



Page 
Section 12. Transportation 

1. Carloadings of Revenue Freight 97 

2. Railway Operating Statistics 98 

3. Operating Statistics of Canadian Motor Carriers 98 

4. Operating Statistics of Canadian and Foreign Air 

Carriers 99 

5. Operating Statistics of Canadian Pipelines 99 

6. Shipping and Canal Traffic 100 



Section 13. Finance 

1. Bank of Canada 101 

2. Chartered Banks 102 

3. Currency and Chartered Bank Deposits 103 

4. Cheques Cashed in Clearing Centres 104 

5. Life Insurance Sales 105 

6. Life Insurance Payments 105 

7. Payments on Death Claims 106 

8. Security Issues and Retirements 106 

9. Security Prices 107 

10. Stock Exchange Statistics 108 

11. Commercial Failures and Liabilities 108 

12. Government Revenues 109 

13. Government Expenditures 109 



NOTE TO USERS 

Changes occur from time to time in tables contained in this Review to reflect newly available 
economic series, changes made in concept, composition, comparability, seasonal adjustment 
methods, benchmark data, etc. Changes in this issue are as follows: 

Section 10, Table 1 - Retail Trade 

October 1970 figures (raw) are based on 1966 Census and therefore not comparable to 
previous months. 

October 1970 figures (seasonally adjusted) were derived using seasonal factors obtained 
from the revised retail trade data. Historical revisions to both raw and seasonally adjusted data 
will appear in the February issue of the Review. 



Section 10, Table 6 -Consumer Credit 

Unadjusted data have been revised back to January 1969. Seasonally adjusted data are 
revised for 1970 only. 

The series "Sales Finance Companies" and "Consumer Loan Companies" have been com- 
bined under "Instalment Financing" commencing with January 1970 data. 



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REVIEW OF TRENDS IN THE REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES OF PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS 

OVER THE PAST FIVE FISCAL YEARS 

CD. P. Bernier* 



Introduction 

The revenues and expenditures of provincial 
governments continued to expand very rapidly from 
1966-67 to 1970 -71 ,' far more rapidly in fact than 
they had during the preceding five years. This may 
not be entirely apparent on cursory examination of 
data for the past decade because the years 1961 -62 
to 1965-66 also witnessed an expansion of sub- 
stantial proportion in the size of provincial budgets. 
However, the early sixties were years of dramatic 
realignment in federal-provincial fiscal arrangements 
during which a number of consecutive shifts in the 
occupancy of certain tax fields steadily took away 
from the federal government and gave to the prov- 
inces. Thus, although this earlier period saw a 
rapid increase of provincial revenues, an increase 
that was much needed to keep in step with fast 
growing provincial expenditures, the gain was notice- 
ably less than that which took place during the last 
five years and much of it was made possible by 
continuous federal withdrawals from the personal 
and corporation income tax fields. The experience 
of the years 1966-67 to 1970-71 was different in 
that not only did provincial revenues increase at a 
rate which exceeded that of the preceding five years 
.but a much smaller proportion of the increase was 
attributable to federal surrender of "tax points". 2 

What were the main reasons behind the continued 
acceleration of the rate of growth of provincial 
budgets during the past five years? On the expendi- 
ture side, one can surmise that it reflected the ever- 
growing concern of government and people for in- 
equalities in the availability of services essential 
to promote the physical and economic welfare of the 
individual and a growing collective resolution to do 
something to reduce them. On the revenue side, it 
was made possible in large part by the continued 
resiliency of an economic upswing reaching back 
to 1961 which, after subsiding somewhat in 1967, 
regained its vigour in the latter years despite admit- 
tedly troublesome inflationary circumstances. 3 The 



* Mr. Bernier is Chief, Provincial Government Sec- 
tion, Governments Division. Prior to assuming his present 
duties in February 1970, Mr. Bernier was, for eleven 
years, with the Federal Department of Finance where he 
had prime responsibility for revenue forecasting and the 
related statistical analysis of the responses of the various 
revenue sources to changes in economic or demographic 
variables. 

1 The 1970-71 data used in this analysis is esti- 
mated. It was put together for purposes of DBS, Pro- 
vincial Government Finance — Revenue and Expenditure 
(Estimates) (Catalogue No. 68-205) from provincial govern- 
ment budget speeches and estimates as well as from 
certain information on unconditional transfer payments to 
the provinces obtained from federal sources. 

2 "Tax points" refers to the percentage points of 
federal "basic tax" on personal income or of federal tax 
rates applicable to corporation profits that were released 
to the provinces under the present Federal -Provincial 
Fiscal Arrangements. 

5 The pace of economic expansion has, however, 
slowed down markedly in the first half of 1970. 



economic buoyancy of the late sixties made it pos- 
sible for provincial government revenues to keep 
growing at an accelerated rate quite independently 
of tax increases or the availability of additional 
"tax points". Still, tax increases had to be made 
to keep the growth of revenues within range of the 
very considerable increase in expenditures brought 
about by the ever-expanding involvement of govern- 
ment in the provision of additional services. 

The analysis which follows focuses on the 
broad components of provincial budgets. It examines 
trends for the yields of the main levies on income, 
transactions and other taxation bases, for non-tax 
receipts from own sources, 4 and for transfers from 
other levels of government. Similarly it reviews 
trends in expenditures for general government, educa- 
tion, health, welfare, transport and communications, 
debt charges and unconditional transfers to other 
levels of government. Having presented an all- 
province summary of developments pertaining to 
these revenue sources and expenditure functions, 
it then proceeds to a comparison of the various 
provincial experiences. 

The approach used is to establish changes in 
absolute and percentage terms for the yields of the 
main revenue sources and for outlays under the 
main expenditure functions over the period 1966-67 
to 1970-71. This provides an overview of trends at 
the global level and makes it possible to come to 
some appraisal of secular shifts in the composition 
of provincial government budgets. For a more com- 
plete analysis, trends pertaining to per capita 
changes are also examined. Global changes provide 
a general picture but they do not distinguish between 
changes due to population increase and changes 
attributable to the higher (natural or compelled) 
productivity of revenue sources or the higher level 
of services provided under the various expenditure 
functions. Per capita changes, on the other hand, 
by relating specifically to the individual, discount 
population increase and provide a more meaningful 
measure of the variations in revenue productivity or 
spending propensity. The per capita approach is 
especially useful for interprovincial comparison 
because it is the only way of assessing truly cor- 
responding trends in revenue-raising effort or suc- 
cess and in expenditure orientation among the prov- 
inces. 

The data used in the analysis is in current 
dollars. The contribution of price increase to the 
expansion of provincial budgets is not isolated. 
Separate examination of the phenomenon is not pos- 
sible because of the unavailability of pertinent 
deflators. Suffice it to say that both revenues and 
expenditures are affected. Government derives more 



* Residual category which includes revenues other 
than revenues from taxation, liquor profits or transfers 
from other levels of government. 



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revenue from personal income tax, corporation in- 
come tax, sales tax etc. as a result of the increases 
in personal and corporation income that generate 
higher prices. Conversely it has to pay more for the 
goods and services that it requires. The period 
1966-67 to 1970-71 was beset by inflationary pres- 
sures that played a significant part in the expansion 
of provincial budgets. 

Revenues 

Table 1 shows that the growth of provincial reve- 
nues from 1966-67 to 1970-71 came to 88.9 per cent 
on a global basis and 80.1 per cent on a per capita 
basis. In terms of average annual rates, these gains 
work out to 17.2 per cent and 15.8 per cent respec- 
tively. Even if the Gross National Product experienced 
an above average rate of increase during this period 
(slightly over 8.0 per cent), the expansion of pro- 
vincial revenues was truly exceptional. The sources 
which, proportionately to the size of their yield at 
the beginning of the period, contributed most notice- 
ably to this advance were personal income tax, 
general sales tax, the residual called "other pro- 
vincial taxes", non-tax receipts from own sources, 
and conditional and unconditional transfers from 
other levels of government. The contributions of the 
other sources, when consideration is given to all 
variables affecting their yield, was also noteworthy 
although less evident. 

The provincial revenue from personal income 
tax showed great buoyancy during the period of 
observation. This is not surprising considering the 
high income elasticity of the levy for these years 
(in the vicinity of 2). 5 However, there is more to 



explain the sharp increase in the yield of this source. 
In 1967, the provinces gained additional "basic tax" 
points (4 for all provinces other than Quebec and 
3 for Quebec). In addition six provinces 6 increased 
the rate of their levy. All these factors combined to 
more than double the per capita yield of the tax, 
raising it from $56 in 1966-67 to $118 in 1970-71. 
The revenue from general sales tax also increased 
sharply during these years, rising from a per capita 
of $50 in 1966-67 to $83 in 1970-71. The gain was 
quite remarkable when one considers that the per- 
sonal expenditure elasticity of this impost is some- 
what less than l; 7 in fact, it can only be explained 
in terms of fairly substantial tax increases in several 
provinces. The gain registered by the category called 
"other provincial tax revenues" was in large meas- 
ure attributable to substantial increases in hospital 
insurance premiums in certain provinces (particularly 
in Ontario in 1969) and to the inception of medicare 
in provinces where the provincial share of the cost 
of the program was financed either almost entirely 
(Ontario and British Columbia) or partially 
(Manitoba) by premiums. The rise in tobacco tax 
yield and liquor profits was abnormally high when 
it is considered that alcohol and tobacco consump- 
tion tends to be more closely related to population 
than to disposable personal income. Again, rate 
increases contributed largely to the increment in 
yield. Non-tax receipts from own sources expanded 
rapidly during the period mainly on the strength of 
selective increases in charges for privileges, licen- 
ses and permits and also because of the accelerated 
growth of interest receipts following the sharp up- 
ward climb of interest rates from late 1967 to mid- 



5 Conclusion reached from statistical analysis of 
this relationship. The high income elasticity of the per- 
sonal income tax results from the existence of "basic 
exemptions" and graduated rates of tax. 



6 Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Quebec, Manitoba, 
Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

7 This is explained by the fact that the provincial 
sales taxes do not apply to most foodstuffs or services. 
As a result increased personal expenditure on these 
items does not generate tax revenue. 



TABLE 1. Growth of Gross Provincial Revenues, 1966-67 to 1970-71 



Revenue source 



Revenues 



1966-67 



Amount 



Per capita 
amount 



1970-71 



Amount 



Per capita 
amount 



Percentage 
increase 

1966-67 to 
1970-71 



Global 



Per 

capita 



Average 
annual 
rate of 

increase 



Global 



Per 
capita 



Personal income tax 

Corporation income tax 

General sales tax 

Tobacco tax and liquor profits 

Motor vehicle licenses and permits 

Motor fuel tax 

Other provincial taxes 

Non-tax receipts from own sources 

Conditional transfers from other levels 
of government 

Unconditional transfers from other lev- 
els of government 

Totals 



$'000,000 

1, 137 

536 
1,010 
399 
254 
741 
510 
963 

1,086 

515 
7, 151 



56 
26 
50 
20 
13 
36 
25 
47 

53 

25 
351 



$'000,000 

2,520 
843 

1,762 
650 
367 
1,063 
1,224 
1,629 

2,226 

1,224 
13, 508 



% 



118 
40 
83 
30 
17 
50 
57 
76 

104 

57 
632 



121.6 
57.3 
74.5 
62.9 
44.5 
43.4 

140.0 
69.2 

104.9 

137.6 
88.9 



110.7 
53.8 
66.0 
50.0 
30.8 
38.9 

128.0 
61.7 

96.2 

128.0 
80.1 



22.0 
12.0 
15.0 
12.8 
9.5 
9.5 
24.5 
14.1 

19.6 

24.2 
17.2 



20.5 
11.2 
13.6 
10.7 
6.9 
8.2 
23.0 
12.8 

18.4 

23.0 
15.8 



Sources: DBS Provincial Government Finance — Revenue and Expenditure (Catalogue No. 68-207) for 1966 -67 and 
DBS Provincial Government Finance — Revenue and Expenditure (Estimates) Catalogue No. 68-205) for 1970-71. 



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1969. Unconditional transfer payments went up con- 
siderably during the period, partially as a result of 
an important change in the equalization formula 
in 1967 8 and partially as a result of the overall 
large increase in provincial revenues from own 
sources. 9 As for conditional transfers, their rapid 
growth from 1966-67 to 1970-71 was largely attribu- 
table to stepped-up federal support of certain social 
programs (the Canada Assistance Plan, Medicare and 
the Post-Secondary Education Program). 

Expenditures 

As one might expect, the growth in provincial 
expenditures paralleled that of provincial revenues 
between 1966-67 and 1970-71. Table 2 shows that 
total spending rose by 85.4 per cent on a global 
basis and 77.0 per cent on a per capita basis during 
the period. In terms of average annual rates, these 
gains approximate 16.7 per cent and 15.4 per cent 
respectively. The functions on which outlays rose 
most markedly were education, health, welfare, 
debt charges and the residual category called "other 
provincial expenditures". The rate of growth for an 
important function, transport and communications, 
was minimal 10 while transfers to other levels of 
government (local governments) increased at a rate 
slightly above that of general economic activities. 



8 Change which broadened the range of provincial 
revenues to be equalized from income taxes and succes- 
sion duties only to all revenues from provincial sources. 
' Equalization payments are directly related to the 
level of aggregate provincial revenues from own sources. 
10 Part of the explanation for the low increase in this 
area of expenditure is the fact that 1966-67 witnessed 
particularly heavy outlays on highways, roads and bridges 
in Quebec in preparation for Expo '67. Current spending 
on this function is lower in that province than it was in 
1966-67. 



Provincial government outlays for education 
rose from a per capita of $102 in 1966-67 to $197 
in 1970-71. This is a vivid testimonial to the re- 
markable increase in allocation of resources to 
this area of provincial government activity in recent 
years. It provides an indication of the extent of the 
efforts made to accommodate the pressures generated 
by a very sharp increase in school age population 
at the secondary and post secondary level as well 
as to improve the quality of the educational services 
provided. Health is another area where provincial 
government spending forged ahead rapidly over the 
same period. The continuing fast increase of outlays 
on hospitalization and the introduction of medicare 
in nine provinces combined to raise the per capita 
outlay for this function from $88 in 1966-67 to a 
very impressive $183 in 1970-71. Welfare expendi- 
tures experienced a more subdued pattern of increase; 
nevertheless they grew from a per capita of $34 in 
1966-67 to $55 in 1970-71. Full development of the 
Canada Assistance Plan which came into force in 
July, 1966 accounted for a large proportion of in- 
creased spending in this area. 11 The rapid increase 
in amounts required to service provincial indebted- 
ness (from $16 to $35 per capita) resulted in part 
from the attendant steep rise in interest rates, a 
rise which increased by more than 50 per cent the 
price paid by the provinces for their borrowed funds, 
and in part from a significant increase in provincial 
debt outstanding. Expenditures on the category 
"other provincial expenditures" also grew at a com- 
paratively rapid rate during the period (rising from 
$47 to $80 per capita) but much of their expansion 
followed logically from the increase in outlays on 
the main functions of provincial expenditures." 



11 Between 1966 -67 and 1967-68 alone, expenditures 
on this function increased from $698 million to $883 
million. 



TABLE 2. Growth of Gross Provincial Expenditures, 1966-67 to 1970-71 





Expenditures 


Percentage 
increase 


Average 
annual 


Expenditure function 


1966 


-67 


197C 


-71 


1966-67 to 
1970-71 


rate of 
increase 




Amount 


Per capita 
amount 


Amount 


Per capita 
amount 


Global 


Per 
capita 


Global 


Per 

capita 


General government 


$'000,000 

284 
2,067 
1,786 

696 

1, 257 

327 

219 
985 

7,621 


$ 

14 
102 
88 
34 
62 

16 

11 
47 

374 


$'000,000 

622 
4, 208 
3,898 
1, 180 
1,447 

739 

331 
1,701 

14, 126 


$ 

29 
197 
183 

55 
68 

35 

16 
80 

662 


118.7 

103.6 

118. 2 

69. 5 

15.0 

126.0 

55.7 
72.7 

85.4 


<7 

107. 1 

93. 1 

108.0 

61.7 

9.7 

118.8 

45.4 
70.2 

77.0 


3 

21.6 
19.4 
21.5 
14. 1 
3.6 

22.6 

11.5 
14.6 

16.7 


20.0 


Education 

Health 

Welfare 

Transport and communications 

Debt charges (exclusive of debt retire- 
ment) 

Transfers to other levels of govern- 
ment 

Other provincial expenditures 

Totals 


17.9 

20. 1 

12.8 

2.5 

21.6 

9.9 
14.3 

15.4 



Sources: DBS Provincial Government Finance -Revenue and Expenditure (Catalogue No. 68-207) for 1966-67 and 
DBS Provincial Government Finance -Revenue and Expenditure (Estimates) (Catalogue No. 68-205) for 1970-71. 

(Continued on page HI) 



January, 1971 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 1 



LABOUR FORCE (More detail in Section 4, Table 3) 

TOTAL LABOUR FORCE AND EMPLOYMENT REMAINED VIRTUALLY UNCHANGED FROM OCTOBER TO NOVEMBER. THE 
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE DECLINED FROM 6. 6 TO 6. 5. 




° 1967 ° 1968 ° 1969 ° 1970 ° 



total labour force 



total employed employed non-agriculture 



unemployed 



unemployment rate not in the labour force 



thousands 



per cent 



thousands 



M.C.D. 

1969 M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1970 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 



3,215 
3,218 
3,158 
3,158 
3,160 
3,179 
3,176 
3,180 
3,198 
3,240 
3,265 
3,312 
3,430 
3,492 
3,438 
3,420 
3,474 
3,484 
3,481 



7,823 
7,814 
7,775 
7,760 
7,753 
7,759 
7,764 
7,785 
7,825 
7,843 
7,846 
7,847 
7,910 
7,935 
7,871 
7,859 
7,892 
7,926 
7,927 



7,273 
7,251 
7,242 
7,238 
7,234 
7,256 
7,249 
7,283 
7,307 
7,304 
7,319 
7,340 
7,402 
7,382 
7,362 
7,359 
7,396 
7,445 
7,420 



392 
404 
383 
398 
407 
420 
412 
395 
373 
397 
419 
465 
520 
557 
567 
561 
582 
558 
554 



4.8 
4.9 
4.7 
4.9 
5.0 
5.1 
5.0 
4.8 
4.5 
4.8 
5.1 
5.6 
6.2 
6.6 
6.7 
6.7 
6.9 
6.6 
6.5 



6,357 
6,414 
6,494 
6,541 
6,572 
6,589 
6,596 
6,604 
6,638 
6,623 
6,638 
6,610 
6,518 
6,532 
6,614 
6,696 
6,688 
6,696 
6,691 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 2 



8 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



January, 1971 



INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION (More detail in Section 3, Table 2.2) 

THE SEASONALLY ADJUSTED INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION FELL TO 168.6, A DECLINE OF 0.2 PER CENT FROM THE 
REVISED SEPTEMBER LEVEL OF 169. 0. MANUFACTURING NON-DURABLES AND ELECTRIC POWER, GAS AND WATER UTILITIES WERE 
THE ONLY SECTIONS SHOWING AN INCREASE. 



Ratio Scale 



TOTAL INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION. 



1961=100 
— 190 



Ratio Scale 



J D D D D D 

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 



140 



130 



1961=100 
160 




1970 



J D D D D 

1965 1966 1967 1968 



120 



1969 



1970 









manufacturing (1961-100) 






(1961 


-100) 




total 






i 


lling), 


electric power, 
















production (1961-100) 


total 


durables 


non-durables 


quarries & oil 


wells 


gas & water utilities 


1969 M 


171.1 


171.3 


193.1 


153.5 


160.4 




185.4 


A 


168.1 


167.7 


189.5 


149.9 


158.1 




186.6 


M 


167.2 


168.8 


191.1 


150.5 


145.0 




186.6 


J 


167.8 


169.9 


192.2 


151.6 


142.3 




188.0 


J 


167.5 


169.9 


190.7 


152.9 


137.2 




192.3 


A 


164.4 


166.5 


183.5 


152.7 


134.0 




191.7 


S 


166.1 


166.9 


183.5 


153.4 


142.7 




194.7 





166.5 


167.0 


184.1 


152.9 


144.5 




196.3 


N 


169.9 


169.9 


189.2 


154.0 


152.7 




196.1 


D 


172.2 


170.9 


191.4 


154.2 


163.1 




197.4 


1970 J 


172.5 


169.5 


187.8 


154.5 


170.7 




202.0 


F 


175.1 


171.9 


192.9 


154.8 


174.3 




203.9 


M 


171.5 


168.1 


186.7 


152.8 


170.6 




203.0 


A 


172.4 


170.0 


188.6 


154.8 


164.2 




206.4 


M 


170.5 


167.5 


182.8 


155.0 


166.6 




202.7 


J 


171.2 


167.4 


185.8 


152.4 


170.8 




205.0 


J 


170.0 


165.4 


181.7 


152.0 


173.4 




206.1 


A 


171. Or 


166. 5r 


184. 4r 


151 .8 r 


174.6 




205.9 


S 


169. Or 


162. 9r 


176.2r 


152. Or 


178. 2r 




208.4 





168.6 


162.3 


172.1 


154.4 


176.3 




211.4 



January, 1971 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 3 



EMPLOYMENT, SELECTED INDUSTRIES (More detail in Section 4, Table 12) 

MANUFACTURING DECLINED BY 0.2 PER CENT. NON-DURABLES INCREASED BY 0.4 PER CENT WHILE DURABLES DECLINED 
BY 0.6 PER CENT. MINING DECLINED WHILE ALL OTHER COMPONENTS INCREASED. 



Ratio Scole 



llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllll 



IIIIIMIII 



J 1965 D 1966 D 1967 D 1968 D 1969 D 



100 



IIIIIIIHI 



11WJ 



lllllll ll 




1970 



J 1965 D 1966 ° 1967 D 



1968 



1969 



D 1970 ° 



80 



industrial 
composite 



manufacturing (1961-100) 



non-durables 



durables 



trade 



(1961-100) 



services transportation construction 



M.C.D. 



1969 



1970 



127.0 


126.4 


116.5 


138.7 


136.3 


171.8 


112.0 


113.4 


108.2 


126.3 


125.1 


115.4 


136.6 


135.0 


173.0 


111.3 


117.7 


101.4 


126.6 


124.3 


115.7 


134.7 


136.6 


174.0 


112.3 


120.0 


100.1 


126.8 


124.1 


115.9 


134.4 


138.2 


174.4 


111.8 


120.2 


101.5 


127.5 


125.1 


116.3 


136.1 


138.9 


177.0 


111.6 


120.7 


101.8 


128.5 


125.9 


115.7 


138.5 


139.1 


177.0 


112.2 


121.3 


112.7 


128.7 


126.1 


116.4 


138.0 


138.4 


176.3 


112.2 


122.8 


114.0 


128.6 


125.0 


116.3 


136.3 


140.6 


177.9 


113.5 


117.3 


113.3 


128.7 


125.0 


115.8 


136.6 


141.5 


177.9 


113.4 


118.8 


114.7 


128.6 


124.7 


115.5 


136.0 


141.0 


178.6 


112.8 


116.9 


114.2 


128.0 


124.1 


115.4 


134.8 


139.7 


178.9 


112.1 


113.7 


116.6 


126.7 


122.4 


114.7 


132.4 


139.7 


177.8 


111.7 


110.9 


116.0 


126.4 


123.1 


114.9 


133.0 


138.9 


176.8 


110.8 


111.6 


115.6 


125.9 


122.0 


113.2 


132.2 


138.6 


175.9 


111.2 


110.1 


116.6 


126.4 


122.8 


113.7 


133.9 


137.7 


177.4 


111.8 


112.1 


116.9 


126.1 


120.9 


114.0 


129.5 


139.1 


178.6 


112.7 


114.0 


117.0 


126.1 


120.7 


114.4 


128.7 


139.0 


179.1 


113.4 


114.6 


115.8 



Includes communication and other utilities such as storage, electric power, gas and water utilities. 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 4 



10 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



January, 1 971 



INCOME. EARNINGS AND HOURS (More detail in Section 4, Tables 2, 18 and 19) 



AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS IN MANUFACTURING INCREASED BY 1.0 PER CENT IN OCTOBER. AVERAGE WEEKLY HOURS 
INCREASED BY 0.3 PER CENT. 





BILLION DOLLARS 




1 




— Arithmetic Scale 




4.1 




. , _ , HOURS 

Arithmetic Scale 




- 




4.0 






42 




— SCALE FOR WAGES AND SALARIES 




3.9 




— M , 


41 6 




IN MFG THREE TIMES AS LARGE 
















AS FOR TOTAL LABOUR INCOME. / 




3.8 












— [J 




3.7 






HL AVERAGE WEEKLY 
"« HOURS IN TOTAL MFG 


41 2 




— / 




3 6 








40 8 




— // 


— 


3.5 














_ LABOUR INCOME 







3.4 










\a,{\, r\ ,m 


40 4 




- / 




^3.3 










1^\ 


^M 


40 




— _• 






1.025 


4* 








VwIji 






- J 






1.000 












I 




396 




— -S 








.975 













1 




39.2 




— f" 








.950 














1 














.925 






AVERAGE WEEKLY HOURS 




42 


















X IN DURABLE MFG. 








— ^f 


WAGES AND 






.900 


















SALARIES IN MFG . f* 






















41. 6 














.875 
































.850 










rv A 






4 1.2 
















.825 










WW. ■ 




40 8 
















.800 










TV V 


r\ 






^ 


r 












.775 












\ 


\\j\r 


40.4 
















.750 










1 


V 


<n-\I\ 
















DOLLARS 














YlV- 


40.0 
















3 2 


^ 




























3 
















39 6 






AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS ^^S 


























IN MFG. 




2 8 












1 
























1 












39.2 














"2 


2.6 














~\ 


^ 


p- 












^3 4 




~ 










— 


40 8 














3 2 




1 


U AVERAGE WEEKLY HOURS 










AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS <** 






JH 


A . NON-DURABLE MFG. 








— 


IN DURABLE MFG 






3 




^J^ 


^mJ 










40.4 


^L 


?■ 










^ 


2 8 






^H 


^ A 






— 


400 








^S^*' 








3 












K 






M v 


K A 













2 8 








u 


PV a 


A 


AN - 


39 6 






"""" AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS 










V 


\ 


^XL 


/Ui 






— 


IN NON-DURABLE MFG ^-— * 




2 6 












T 


k/Mv 






























^TtXr 


39 2 


A 


7 












2.4 
2.2 












V 


vv 


38 8 






















5 MONTH MOVING AVERAGE 




















2.0 


























1.8 

n 










38 4 


4? Hill Illllllll II Nil 


Illllllll? 


niiiiiiiiiiiiniiii i i minimi inn1r 


J D D D D D 


D " 


JO D D D D D 


1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 


1970 


1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 



total 
jbour income 



wages 
and salaries in 
manufacturing 



million dollars 



average hourly earnings in manufacturing 



total 



durobles 



dollars 



non -durables 



average weekly hours in manufacturing 1 



durables 



non -durobles 



M. CD. 



1969 



1970 



3,583 


945 


2.78 


3.00 




2.57 


40.1 


40.6 


39.5 


3,626 


941 


2.80 


3.00 




2.58 


40.1 


40.7 


39.5 


3,698 


940 


2.81 


3.01 




2.60 


39.9 


40.6 


39.4 


3,667 


949 


2.83 


3.04 




2.62 


40.1 


40.8 


39.4 


3,677 


952 


2.84 


3.06 




2.64 


39.9 


40.3 


39.5 


3,738 


965 


2.88 


3.09 




2.65 


39.9 


40.3 


39.5 


3,785 


982 


2.90 


3.10 




2.68 


39.1 


39.3 


39.0 


3,834 


981 


2.92 


3.15 




2.68 


40.0 


40.5 


39.4 


3,858 


983 


2.93 


3.16 




2.69 


40.0 


40.4 


39.6 


3,862 


982 


2.94 


3.18 




2.71 


39.5 


40.0 


39.1 


3,872 


983 


2.97 


3.20 




2.72 


39.6 


39.9 


39.1 


3,854 


983 


2.98 


3.24 




2.73 


39.9 


40.2 


39.6 


3,899 


1,000 


3.02 


3.27 




2.76 


39.9 


40.4 


39.5 


3,917 


992 


3.03 


3.27 




2.77 


39.5 


39.9 


39.0 


3, 936 r 


1 , 002 r 


3.05 


3.31 




2.79 


39.8 


40.3 


39.2 


3, 960 P 


991 P 


3.03 


3.27 




2.81 


39.5 


39.9 


39.0 


3, 974 t 


989 t 


3.06 


3.31 




2.84 


39.6 


40.1 


39.2 


poid in regular and overtime periods 


and hours ol 


paid absence 


in the 


pay periods reported. 




t " Advance estimates 





January, 1971 



11 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 5 



RETAIL TRADE, NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES (More detail in Section 6, Table 16 and Section 10, Table 1) 

TOTAL RETAIL TRADE DECLINED BY 1. 8 PER CENT FROM SEPTEMBER TO OCTOBER. 

TOTAL NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES DECLINED IN NOVEMBER BY 23.0 PER CENT. CANADA AND U.S. MANUFACTURED 
PASSENGER CARS DECLINED BY 30.2 PER CENT. 




retail trade (million dollars) 



new motor vehicle sales (units) 



total 



total, ex motor 
vehicle dealers 



motor vehicle 
dealers 



deportment 
stores' 



total 



passenger 



Canadian and U. S. 
manufactured 



overseas 
manufactured 



total 
commercial 



M.C.D. 



1969 



1970 



2,242 


1,896 


346 


232 


72,737 


49,971 


9,780 


12,986 


2,259 


1,899 


360 


232 


69,480 


46,778 


10,370 


12,332 


2,299 


1,890 


409 


216 


92,005 


66,094 


11,119 


14,792 


2,314 


1,928 


386 


234 


78, 069 


54,788 


10,883 


12,398 


2,284 


1,919 


365 


220 


79,158 


54,124 


11,549 


13,485 


2,332 


2,004 


329 


233 


66, 072 


44, 059 


10,760 


11,253 


2,290 


1,969 


321 


222 


61,928 


39,746 


11,536 


10,646 


2,258 


1,955 


302 


222 


61,434 


39,281 


11,099 


1 1 , 054 


2,243 


1,931 


312 


221 


63,327 


41,075 


11,081 


11,171 


2,263 


1,939 


324 


230 


65,220 


42,392 


11,682 


11,146 


2,279 


1,957 


322 


237 


65, 390 


42,964 


11,651 


10,775 


2,273 


1,945 


328 


236 


67, 990 


44,739 


11,664 


11,587 


2,339 


2,001 


337 


232 


68,956 


44, 828 


12,186 


1 1 , 942 


2,274 


1,944 


330 


230 


63, 866 


40,891 


12,020 


10,955 


2,370 


2,016 


354 


242 


67,791 


43,988 


10,562 


13,241 


2,327 


1,969 


358 


242 


76,748 


50,732 


13,361 


12,655 










59, 114 


35,427 


13,205 


10,482 



Department store sales for 1968 and subsequent years are not comparable with data of previous years due to definitional changes. 
See note to users re: section 10, table 1. 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 6 



12 

SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



January, 1971 



CONSTRUCTION (More detail in Section 8, Tables 1, 6 and 7) 



THE TOTAL VALUE OF BUILDING PERMITS DECLINED BY 3.4 PER CENT IN OCTOBER. RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PERMITS 
INCREASED BY 2. 9 PER CENT WHILE NON-RESIDENTIAL PERMITS DECLINED BY 10. 1 PER CENT. IN NOVEMBER NEW DWELLING 
STARTS DECREASED BY 3.5 PER CENT WHEREAS COMPLETIONS INCREASED BY 13.0 PER CENT. 







i 

MILLION DOLLARS 




| THOUSAND UNITS 








Arithmetic Scale 


520 


Arithmetic Scale 


z cu 












. — 


— 


260 










500 










2 50 










n 


480 


- 




— 


240 














460 


- 




— 


2 30 














440 


- 






^ 


2 20 












420 




, 


s 


— 


210 


















STARTS, TOTAL 1 






200 








— 1 1 hit 








400 


















TOTAL BUILDING PERMITS M|\j Jl 1 
















1 90 
















380 










180 








- I 










360 






A 




1 70 








~ l\ If 










340 






% z 


160 
150 


















320 






J 


























V 


t — 


1 40 




















300 








W - 


1 30 




















280 










" 


1 20 




















260 , 










- 


1 10 






















240 


^_ 










y 


100 








NON-RESIDENTIAL | 























V - 


90 








— BUILDING PERMITS I 










220 












^. 


































180 








— A fl h 










nl H — 


200 


_ 


1 


COMPLETIONS, 






170 


























f 


TOTAL 
























— 


180 
160 
140 


\ 


i\ 




A r ' 




\H l\ 


160 
150 

140 






^ 


7* 










^ 


7- 


t\ * 1 


\ / 


A. 


\N 






130 


















— 


300 


11 A 1 


\ / 


1 » N 


\r 














— 5 MONTH MOVING AVERAGE 1 








M /\ 


y \ 


A/ 


V 




\i 


1 20 


















— 


280 


-W V 


' y 


U 








1 10 





















260 


_ » 


II 










100 




















4- 










3, 


















\— 


240 














150 

140 


















i 


220 


, 












130 










RESIDENTIAL 
BUILDING PERMITS 






i — 


200 


- 












120 








— 










/ — 


180 


— 


UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 






1 10 








— a v\ 










— 


160 
140 






TO! 


•AL / 




— 


100 

90 

80 




















120 
100 


- 












70 
60 






rrilllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ilillllllllllllllllllllllllllllfro ^Tllllllllllllll 






J 1965 D 1966 D 1967 D 1968 D 1969 D 1970 D J 1965 D 


1966 D 1967 ° 1968 D 1969 D 1970 D 
















value of building permits 


new dwelling construction, centres 10,000 and over 




total non-residential residential 


starts, total completions, total under construction 






thousand units, 




million dollars 


thousand units at annual rates end of month 


M. C. 


D. 4 6 4 




1969 


A 408.4 196.2 212.1 


210.9 158.8 123.0 




M 388.0 185.8 202.0 


164.3 163.6 119.7 




J 380.8 164.4 216.4 


161.2 180.8 116.1 




J 487.4 279.8 207.6 


153.8 169.6 115.1 




A 381.7 184.0 197.8 


172.5 137.3 117.4 




S 410.8 227.7 183.1 


148.1 176.8 115.8 




O 357.8 172.2 185.6 


158.2 157.0 114.4 




N 390.7 211.1 179.6 


136.6 157.9 110.6 




D 450.2 267.9 182.3 


141.4 159.5 110.3 


1970 


J 369.8 200.9 168.9 


125.0 155.5 108.9 




F 434.7 264.7 170.0 


123.6 147.9 108.6 




M 321.8 167.5 154.3 


134.6 126.0 109.9 




A 326.9 169.7 157.2 


131.1 158.3 110.2 




M 368.7 205.9 162.8 


87.5 121.1 102.4 




J 376.7 214.6 162.2 


99.0 111.9 98.1 




J 320.7 178.4 142.3 


141.5 127.9 99.1 




A 369.3 164.7 204.6 


145.3 178.3 96.0 




S 480. 5r 231. 5r 249. Or 


156.0 155.5 97.0 




O 464.3 208.2 256.1 


226.2 121.5 107.4 




N 


218.3 137.3 113.0 



January, 1971 



13 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 7 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS (More detail in Section 11, Tables 1 and 2) 

IN NOVEMBER EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATES DECLINED BY 0. 6 PER CENT WHEREAS EXPORTS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM 
AND ALL OTHER COUNTRIES INCREASED BY 27.9 PER CENT AND 9.3 PER CENT RESPECTIVELY. 

IMPORTS FROM THE UNITED STATES INCREASED BY 4.9 PER CENT. 

IMPORTS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM DECLINED BY 2.8 PER CENT. IMPORTS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES INCREASED 11.9 
PER CENT. 



MILLION DOLLARS 

— '. 55 ° Arithmetic Scale 



ILLION DOLLARS 

— 1,450 




D D D D D D 

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 



970 



exports including re-exports (million dollars) 



imports 1 (million dollars) 







United 


United 


all other 




United 


United 


all other 




all countries 


States 


Kingdom 


countries 


all countries 


States 


Kingdom 


countries 


M. CD. 


3 


3 


9 


5 


3 


3 


5 


3 


1969 J 


1,189.3 


809.5 


90.1 


289.7 


1,148.4 


831.3 


70.2 


246.9 


A 


1,156.1 


811.2 


96.8 


248.1 


1,156.1 


832.2 


67.4 


256.5 


S 


1,293.8 


965.3 


84.1 


244.4 


1,218.6 


876.1 


71.6 


270.9 





1,284.4 


984.6 


73.5 


226.3 


1,205.7 


892.7 


61. E 


251.2 


N 


1,287.2 


954.1 


83.1 


250.0 


1,221.5 


894.5 


61.7 


265.3 


D 


1,310.5 


878.0 


101.6 


330.9 


1,214.7 


878.9 


57.0 


278.8 


1970 J 


1,447.3 


940.1 


110.9 


396.2 


1,117.4 


766.6 


61.4 


289.9 


F 


1,402.1 


928.5 


105.8 


367.8 


1,231.1 


911.8 


62.8 


256.5 


M 


1,410.1 


919.7 


151.0 


339.4 


1,243.2 


901.1 


61.4 


280.7 


A 


1,439.0 


906.7 


118.9 


413.4 


1,196.3 


861.5 


60.2 


274.6 


M 


1,434.1 


968.9 


144.7 


320.5 


1,214.2 


864.9 


60.1 


289.2 


J 


1,391.7 


937.0 


126.2 


328.5 


1,182.6 


849.6 


61.5 


271.5 


J 


1,422.8 


887.6 


135.2 


399.9 


1,187.5 


848.7 


68.6 


270.2 


A 


1,321.1 


821.4 


118.0 


381.7 


1,162.2 


832.1 


50.8 


279.3 


S 


1,405.5 


964.8 


114.0 


326.7 


1,189.7 


857.4 


70.4 


261.9 


O 


l,416.2r 


908. 3 r 


116.3 r 


391. 6r 


1, 066.2 r 


738. 9r 


65. 2 r 


262.1 r 


N P 


1,479.6 


902.7 


148.7 


428.2 


1,131.8 


775.0 


63.4 


293.4 



'The effect of the delay in the receipt of customs import documents has been adjusted for the period April 1966- July 1967 for total imports, total trade with 
the United States, the United Kingdom and Other Countries. 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 8 



14 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



January, 1971 



SELECTED MONTHLY SERIES (More detail in Sections 6; 10; 12; 13; respective Tables 1; 6; 1; 4 & 1 2. ) 

MANUFACTURING. SHIPMENTS, INVENTORIES AND ORDERS WERE GENERALLY SLIGHTLY LOWER IN OCTOBER. 
RAIL REVENUE FREIGHT LOADED INCREASED BY 2. 4 PER CENT. 
CHEQUES CASHED SHOWED A DECLINE OF 1.3 PER CENT. 





BILLION DOLLARS 




MILLION TONS 




— Arithmetic Scale 


8.0 




Arithmetic Scale 


20.0 




/ 




7.8 




RAIL REVENUE FREIGHT LOADED 


18.0 




— fj 




7.6 






\ \ / 


Y- 






— TOTAL MFG. 

— INVENTORIES r 






7.4 
7.2 




\A 


Y 


v^ 


/WV~A 


V 


V 


16.0 
14.0 




yv y' 






7.0 


«£ 










BILLION DOLLARS 
— | 74 




— . 










6.8 
















70.0 




/ 








^L 


6.6 
4.0 
















66 








TOTAL 
SHIPME 


VIFG. f\ 
NTS / 






3.8 
3.6 






CHEQUES CASHED IN 
51 CLEARING CENTRES 






620 
58.0 
















3.4 
















54.0 














~~2 


3.2 

4.0 
















50.0 

[96 




— J~"^ 




TOTAL 
NEW OR 


MFG. A 
3ERS / ^( 




~z 


3.8 
3.6 
4.6 
4.4 


2. 


■?■ 


CONSUMER CREDIT / 
OUTSTANDING S 






8.8 
80 
7 2 














\ 


4.2 
4.0 
















6.4 
56 


s 


^ 




TOTA 
UNFILLE 


L MFG. 

D ORDERS 




— 


3.8 
36 


*. 


7" 










—1 

NUMBER 
— 320 




— 












3.4 






Aco 


MMERCIAL 


FAILURES 






300 
280 




r- 












3.2 
















260 

240 




— / 












3.0 














220 
















2.8 
















200 
180 
















2.6 
















160 


hh 


^. 


^miiiimiiiiiiiimiiiimimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 


iiniiiiL7k" ,u 




J D 
1965 


D 
1966 


D 
1967 


D 
1968 


D 
1969 



1970 






D D D D D D 
1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 





owned 
inventories 



manufacturing, all industries 



shipments 



new orders 



million dollurs 



unfilled 
orders 



rail revenue 
freight loaded 

thousand tons 



cheques consumer credit 

cashed in 51 outstanding 1 

clearing centres (end of month) 

million dollars 



commercial 
failures 

number 



M.C.D. 



1969 



1970 



1 

7,585 

7,527 

7,589 

7,650 

7,711 

7,768 

7,836 

7,929 

7,892 

7,898 

7,906 

7,909 

7,946 

7,966 

7,951 r 

7,927 



3,802 

3,834 

3,771 

3,787 

3,787 

3,738 

3,777 

3,867 

3,734 

3,813 

3,809 

3,840 

3,767 

3,855 

3,784r 

3,719 



3,848 

3,840 

3,880 

3,761 

3,859 

3,840 

3,804 

3,810 

3,682 

3,795 

3,771 

3,852 

3,804 

3,883 

3,754 r 

3,706 



1 

4,202 

4,207 

4,317 

4,291 

4,362 

4,464 

4,492 

4,435 

4,383 

4,365 

4,327 

4,339 

4,377 

4,405 

4,375r 

4,362 



13,654 
13,758 
14,633 
15,052 
16,550 
17,196 
17,740 
17,114 
17,199 
17,344 
17,179 
16,193 
17,172 
17,247 
17,778 
18,197 



65,486 
61,730 
62,347 
62,232 
64,071 
63,530 
59,916 
63,841 
64,486 
67,930 
64,624 
66,201 
71 , 956 
71,104 
72,600 
71,639 



1 

8,368 
8,419 
8,518 
8,589 
8,636 
8,726 
8, 653 r 
8, 674 r 
8, 676 r 
8,719r 
8, 734 r 
8, 728 r 
8, 855 r 
8, 879 r 
8,934 
8,988 



181 

241 

248 

246 

250 

259 

269 

275 

247 

295 

244 

299 

311 

237 

271 r 

288 



'Total of all series available monthly as in column 1 0, Section 10, Table 6. 
with January 1 970. 



See footnote 7 to this table for explanation of discontinuity commencing 



January, 1971 



15 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 9 



INCOME & EXPENDITURE ACCOUNTS. BALANCE OF INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS (More detail in Section 3, Tables 1. 2 and 4. 1) 

THE GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT INCREASED BY 1.3 PER CENT IN THE THIRD QUARTER. 

THE CURRENT ACCOUNT SURPLUS FELL ALMOST 50 PER CENT TO 167 MILLION DOLLARS AS THE DEFICIT ON NON- 
MERCHANDISE TRANSACTIONS INCREASED SHARPLY TO A RECORD 482 MILLION DOLLARS. 







1 

BILLION DOLLARS 


MILLION DOLLARS 




Arithmetic Scale 




92 


— Arithmetic Scale — 


4,600 












— — 


4,400 










88 


— — 


4,200 




— 






84 


— — 


4,000 




- 


GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT S 




80 


— — 


3,800 




— 








76 


— /^ 


s — 


3,600 




- 








72 


IMPORTS / 




: 


3,400 
3,200 














fifl 




















^ 


— r*-> 






3,000 




— 












84 


^--^ y 






-^ 2,800 




— 




GROSS 


NATIONAL 






80 


y^ 










4,400 








PRODUCT NON-F 






— ^_^r 










4,200 
















76 


s 












4,000 




— 












72 
















^ 


7? 












^— ~ 












3,800 




— 












68 






EXPORTS y 






3,600 




- 












64 














3,400 




- 










— 


60 












' 


3,200 
3,000 
















56 












— 


2,800 






PERSONAL EXPENDITURE ON 


— 


52 















2.600 






CONSUMER GOODS AND SERVICES 
















^— r 1 ' 
















48 














1,800 
















44 






NON-MERCHANDISE 
PAYMENTS 




s**~/ 


1,600 
1,400 
















40 4^ 










































1,200 














MILLION DC 


36 

LLARS 












-^J.OOO 














— 


9,000 












— 1 


1,400 


±— 


5* 












.dl 


7" 




NON-MERCHANDISE 












COR 


— 


8,600 






RECEIPTS 






1,200 








(Before T< 


































— 


8,200 














1,000 
800 














/\ — 


7,800 












— 


600 














— 


7,400 






1 
CURRENT ACCOUNT 




- 


400 














— 


7,000 






BALANCE 




[*\ — 


200 

















6,600 














+ 









































— 


200 
















6,200 












— 


400 


^ 


="1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 I 


1 1 1 


1 1 \" 


5,800 
^0 


~l 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 r 


600 

800 












1965 


1966 1967 1968 1969 


1970 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 









national 








balance o 


international pa 


yments 








gross 




















product at 


market prices 3 


expenditure 
on goods and 


profits before 
taxes 2 ' 3 


merchandise 4 


non-merch 


andise 


current 
account 






















total 


non-farm 1 


services 3 


(annual rates) 


exports' 


imports 4 


receipts 


payments 


balance 




million dollars at annua 


rates 






million dollars at 


quarterly rates 






1968 


2 


70,268 


69,012 


41,596 


7,316 


3,348 


2,912 


910 


1,257 


89 




3 


72,176 


70,660 


42,812 


7,568 


3,389 


3,008 


945 


1,306 


20 




4 


74,288 


72,712 


43,928 


7,924 


3,560 


3,277 


923 


1,317 


-111 


1969 


1 


76,488 


74,948 


45,256 


8,160 


3,718 


3,483 


970 


1,370 


-165 




2 


77,480 


75,928 


46, 032 


8,084 


3,614 


3,422 


1 , 01 1 


1,422 


-219 




3 


79,292 


77,328 


46, 648 


7,576 


3,637 


3,468 


998 


1,446 


-279 




4 


80,888 


79,164 


48,188 


7,588 


3,905 


3,614 


1,069 


1,488 


-128 


1970 


1 


82,680 


81,284 


48,124 


7,832 


4,263 


3,558 


1,142 


1,583 


264 




2 


83,076 


81,628 


48,624 


7,452 


4,266 


3,572 


1,136 


1,521 


309 




3 


84,120 


82,844 


49,408 


7,536 


4,158 


3,509 


1,165 


1,647 


167 



Gross National Product at market prices excluding accrued net income of farm operators from farm production. 2 Before dividends paid to non-residents. 

Revised data arising from the historical revision of the National Income and Expenditure Accounts. "See footnote to Table 4. 1, Section 3. 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 10 



16 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



January, 1971 



REAL DOMESTIC PRODUCT. (More details in Section 3. Table 2.1) 



THE SEASONALLY ADJUSTED INDEX OF REAL DOMESTIC PRODUCT EDGED UP 0. 3 PER CENT TO 158. 3 IN OCTOBER, AFTER 
REGISTERING ALMOST NO CHANGE IN SEPTEMBER. THE SMALL OCTOBER GAIN CAME ENTIRELY FROM THE GOODS-PRODUCING 
INDUSTRIES, AS THE SERVICE-PRODUCING INDUSTRIES REPORTED A DECLINE. 



— Ra tio Scale 



REAL DOMESTIC 
PRODUCT 




1965 



1966 



1967 1968 1969 



1970 



1965 1966 1967 1968 



1969 



1970 



real domestic product, by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 "100) 



community, 
finance, business 





real 


goods 




index of 




service 


transportation. 




insurance 


and personal 


public 




domestic 


producing 




industrial 




producing 


storage, 




and 


service 


administration 




product 


industries 


agriculture 


production* 


construction 


industries 


communication 


trade 


real estate 


industries 


and defence 


1969 J 


151.4 


161.7 


147.2 


167.8 


149.4 


143.4 


149.3 


145.1 


136.5 


155.7 


122.1 


J 


151.2 


159.8 


131.2 


167.5 


149.9 


144.5 


150.7 


146.7 


137.0 


156.9 


122.3 


A 


151.6 


159.8 


139.5 


164.4 


158.4 


145.3 


152.9 


147.1 


137.4 


157.7 


122.4 


S 


153.2 


161.6 


148.8 


166.1 


154.9 


146.6 


156.4 


148.6 


137.9 


158.6 


122.6 


O 


153.6 


161.6 


147.2 


166.5 


152.1 


147.3 


158.7 


147.6 


138.6 


160.2 


122.8 


N 


155.4 


165.1 


153.9 


169.9 


154.7 


147.9 


159.1 


147.2 


139.9 


161.5 


122.7 


D 


155.9 


164.9 


139.0 


172.2 


150.7 


148.9 


163.2 


146.9 


140.2 


162.6 


122.8 


1970 J 


156.2 


163.7 


127.2 


172.5 


148.4 


150.4 


166.5 


148.2 


140.9 


163.4 


124.7 


F 


156.9 


165.6 


129.1 


175.1 


148.0 


150.0 


165.8 


145. 1 


141.9 


164.4 


124.7 


M 


155.5 


163.0 


136.6 


171.5 


143.0 


149.7 


163.4 


144.1 


141.9 


165.4 


125.4 


A 


156.6 


163.7 


133.2 


172.4 


145.4 


151.1 


164.2 


147.5 


142.2 


166.4 


126.5 


M 


156.2 


161.7 


145.1 


170.5 


137.1 


151.8 


163.6 


149.7 


143.2 


167.0 


126.5 


J 


155.2 


160.4 


136.3 


171.2 


133.4 


151.0 


163.8 


145.7 


143.5 


166.5 


127.5 


J 


155.6 


159.2 


123.6 


170.0 


136.0 


152.8 


165.2 


152.0 


143.8 


166.9 


127.4 


A 


157.9r 


161. 9r 


132. 7r 


171. Or 


143. 3r 


1 54 . 8 r 


165. 6r 


159.0 


143. 9r 


167. 9r 


127.6 r 


S 


157.8 


161.6 


141.1 r 


169. Or 


146. 5r 


1 54 . 7 r 


169. 4r 


153.9 


144.2 


168.7r 


128. 5r 


O 


158.3 


164.1 


155.9 


168.6 


153.3 


153.9 


167.3 


150.3 


144.1 


169.9 


129.0 



*See monthly detail in Table 2 of this section. 



January, 1971 



17 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-NOT ADJUSTED FOR SEASONALITY 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 11 



PRICES (More detail in Section 5; 13; respective Tables 2, 3 & 4; 1 0. ) ' 

THE GENERAL WHOLESALE INDEX DECLINED BY 0.2 PER CENT. THIRTY INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS ALSO DECLINED. 

THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX WAS UNCHANGED IN NOVEMBER FROM ITS OCTOBER LEVEL. 

THE FOOD INDEX DECLINED 0.8 PER CENT. NON-DURABLES IN FOOD, DURABLES AND SERVICES INCREASED FRACTIONALLY. 









I935-39'=I0 








l 








_ Rati 


3 Scale 


320 


Ratio Scale 


1961 


= 100 

150 








— 




310 




















GENERAL WHOLESALE PRICES 


300 
290 


— 








140 















280 
270 




CONSUMER PRICES 














— 










(ALL ITEMS INCLUDED) 






130 








— 












260 




















^^X—- '" 












250 














1 20 








— 












240 






















-?• 










^ 


— ^, 












— 


1 10 








_ 












300 
290 
























— 


THIRTY 1 




280 


— 














100 








— 












270 pL 












— 7\&a 








— ^^^"^> 












260 
























— 










— 


250 

















130 








— 










— 


240 






FOOD 














.£ 












1948 


230 

= 100 


- 














120 




















170 


-r^f 














1 10 








— 












160 














y 












EXPORT Pi 






















140 




















150 




































■4- 


















































1 30 




















140 








































NON-C 


























130 
















120 






^ 


y 










^ 


y 




































160 
















1 10 




















150 




























IMPORT 


PRICES 




^•y- 


140 *= 


-7 












— 100 




















130 
















120 












































1 10 






^. 


^ 










— 


120 






DURABLE 














1956 = 100 





























250 
240 
















100 


























— 


230 


































- 


220 ^ 


7" 












— 90 

-4- 


















^\ — 


210 














— 


150 








_ I 


NDUSTRIAL COMMON STOCKS J 




1 


200 




















































140 


















1 — 


190 


































\ - 


180 






SERVICES 






- 


130 


















^ - 


170 














— 


120 


















— 


160 
















1 10 


















— 


150 
























1 1 


nun 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


JJiLiiilliL 


140 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 




ii 


100 






' 


' 1965 D 


1966 D 1967 D 1968 D 1969 D 1970 D 


J 1965 D 


1966 D 1967 D 1968 D 1969 D 


1970 


D 






general thirty industrial 








w 


nolesale industrial common 


consumer price index (1961" 


■100) 






index materials export prices import prices stocks 


non-durables 
total (ood ex food 








(1935-39-100) (1968-100) (1956-100) 


durables 


services 




( revised ) 








1969 M 


283.1 270.8 102.0 102.5 218.7 


24.9 125.1 120.4 


105.0 


132.2 


J 


284.7 271.1 101.7 103.0 204.4 


25.9 127.8 120.8 


105.0 


133.0 


J 


282.7 269.0 101.8 103.3 194.8 


126.4 128.8 120.8 


104.8 


133.4 


A 


282.8 269.2 102.1 103.6 194.1 


26.9 130.6 121.0 


104.5 


133.6 


S 


283.4 270.4 101.9 103.7 201.0 


126.6 128.5 121.3 


104.5 


134. 1 





283.4 266.6 103.2 103.5 201.0 


26.8 127.8 121.6 


104.6 


134.5 


N 


283.0 267.8 103.7 104.1 209.1 


27.4 128.8 121.7 


106.2 


134.5 


D 


286.2 269.6 104.3 105.2 208.4 


27.9 129.8 122.0 


106.3 


135.0 


1970 J 


287.8 272.3 104.7 104.6 210.8 


"2B7T 130.1 121.7 


106.1 


135.5 


F 


289.1 272.3 105.7 104.7 207.2 


28.7 131.3 121.9 


106.1 


136.4 


M 


289.5 273.7 106.0 106.1 211.4 


28.9 130.5 122.5 


106.0 


137.1 


A 


289.5 274.4 106.4 105.6 205.6 


29.7 131.5 123.0 


106.2 


137.8 


M 


288.6 273.7 106.5 106.4 177.8 


29.6 130.3 123.2 


106.4 


138.5 


J 


287.0 271.5 106.0 104.7 171.7 


29.9 130.9 123.4 


106.3 


138.9 


J 


286.2 270.3 105.5 104.3 170.5 


30.5 131.6 123.8 


106.2 


139.2 


A 


283.9 268.5 104.9 103.5 


30.5 131.9 123.6 


106.1 


139.5 


S 


284. 5r 269.2 104.0 102.8 


30.2 130.0 123.9 


105.9 


139.7 





284.5 267.4 104.0 102.5 


30.3 128.5 124.4 


106.0 


140.2 


N 


283.8 266.4 


30.3 127.5 124.6 


106.7 


140.4 



Section 13, Table 10 contains data on the new reference base 1968-100. Revisions have been carried back to January 1967. 



SECTION 2 
TABLES 1 



- 4 



18 



Table 1: population, by province (thousands) 



January, 1971 



years and 




























months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


1968 June 


20. 744 


507 


110 


760 


624 


5.927 


7.306 


971 


960 


1.526 


2.007 


15 


31 


1969 June 


21,061 


514 


110 


763 


625 


5,984 


7,452 


979 


959 


1,561 


2,067 


15 


32 


1969 Jan. 


20. 940 


512 


110 


763 


626 


5,962 


7,392 


976 


961 


1,547 


2,045 


15 


31 


Apr. 


21.007 


513 


110 


764 


626 


5.976 


7.425 


977 


961 


1.553 


2.056 


15 


31 


June 


21,061 


514 


no 


763 


625 


5,984 


7,452 


979 


959 


1,561 


2,067 


15 


32 


July 


21,089 


514 


110 


764 


626 


5,986 


7,467 


980 


959 


1,563 


2,072 


16 


32 


Oct. 


21, 180 


515 


no 


764 


626 


6,002 


7,518 


979 


956 


1,573 


2,089 


16 


32 


1970 Jan. 


21,260' 


516 


no 


765 


623 


6,004 


7,567 


978 


948 


1,584 


2,116 


16 


33 


Apr. 


21,324 


517 


109 


765 


623 


6,005 


7,611 


981 


943 


1,593 


2,128 


16 


33 


June 


21,377 


518 


no 


766 


624 


6,013 


7,637 


981 


942 


1,600 


2,137 


16 


33 


July 


21,406 


519 


no 


767 


625 


6,016 


7,652 


981 


940 


1,604 


2, 142 


16 


34 


Oct. 


21,489 


520 


no 


767 


624 


6,023 


7,707 


979 


933 


1,614 


2,161 


17 


34 



Source: Estimated population of Canada, by province (9K201), D. B.S. 

Table 2: immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence (number) 



quarterly 




United 


























averaqes 




Kinqdom 






Nether- 








Other 




Austra- 


United 


West 




or quarters 


total 


and Ireland 


France 


Germany 


lands 


Greece 


Italy 


Portuqal 


Europe 


Asia 


lasia 


States 


Indies 


all other 


1968 


45, 994 


9,858 


2,046 


2,242 


816 


1,935 


4,944 


1,934 


6,303 


5,519 


1,204 


5,106 


1,906 


2,181 


1969 


40, 383 


8,303 


1,387 


1,470 


624 


1,734 


2,596 


1,796 


4,085 


5,927 


1,104 


5,696 


3,273 


2,389 


1969 2 


40, 333 


8,523 


1,382 


1,728 


853 


1,539 


3,051 


1,799 


3,822 


5, 901 


1,099 


4,674 


3,443 


2,519 


3 


48.571 


11,393 


1,748 


1,682 


765 


1,832 


2,672 


1,680 


4,045 


7,655 


1,492 


6,871 


3,938 


2,798 


4 


41,839 


8,095 


1,311 


1,315 


398 


2,109 


2,271 


2,338 


4,649 


5,636 


949 


7,319 


3,038 


2,411 


1970 1 


30, 783 


5,733 


1,006 


883 


388 


1,399 


2,074 


1,825 


3,463 


4,023 


866 


4,523 


2,490 


2,110 


2 


40, 052 


8,121 


1,169 


1,319 


721 


1,684 


2,455 


2,354 


4,331 


5,644 


1,302 


5,218 


3,269 


2,465 


3 


42,488 


7,916 


1,343 


1,242 


513 


1,790 


2,163 


1,687 


3,670 


6,503 


1,387 


7,389 


4,020 


2,865 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 



Table 3: immigration to Canada, by province of (intended) destination 



quarterly 


























averaqes or 
























Yukon, 


quarters 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


N.W.T. 


1968 


45, 994 


252 


44 


489 


256 


8,870 


24,039 


2,181 


889 


3,301 


5,624 


49 


1969 


40. 383 


208 


46 


542 


310 


7,058 


21,647 


1,595 


623 


2,818 


5,488 


48 


1969 2 


40.333 


150 


39 


510 


281 


7,400 


22,018 


1,410 


503 


2,619 


5,355 


48 


3 


48.571 


295 


72 


705 


404 


8,320 


25,318 


2,045 


884 


3,518 


6,953 


57 


4 


41.839 


203 


43 


601 


319 


6,707 


23, 075 


1,575 


604 


3,021 


5,623 


68 


1970 1 


30, 783 


no 


20 


371 


180 


5,169 


17,137 


1,104 


334 


2,189 


4,112 


57 


2 


40, 052 


113 


40 


465 


199 


6,168 


22,235 


1,596 


451 


2,710 


6,030 


45 


3 


42.488 


225 


81 


641 


415 


6,611 


22,717 


1,722 


570 


2,987 


6,456 


63 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 



Table 4: immiqration to Conada, by (intended) occupational group' (number) 



destined to the labour force 



not destined to the labour force 



quarterly profes- 

averaqes total sional 

or quarters immi- mana- and 

gratlon qerial technical clc 



commer- transport 

cial service and 

and fi- and communi- aqricul 

nancial recreation cation ture 



mimnq 
qnd 



students 
(18 years) 

quarry- manufac- sub- and sub- 

inq 2 turinq 3 labourers total 4 wives children over) 5 total* 



1968 
1969 



45, 994 
40, 383 



596 
642 



1969 2 40,333 623 

3 48,577 742 

4 47,839 703 

1970 1 30,783 604 

2 40,052 789 

3 42,488 883 



7,312 3,163 799 2,309 314 791 152 7,732 670 23,862 8,023 11,231 629 22,132 

6,721 3,056 822 2,265 233 571 130 5,861 504 21,087 6,847 9,688 876 19,296 

5,825 3,250 886 2,440 234 749 115 6,442 461 21,187 6,852 9,391 806 19,146 

9,396 3,521 898 2,323 259 583 163 6,351 535 25,173 8,012 12,141 1,250 23,398 

6,430 3,131 860 2,379 228 451 131 5,838 513 21,225 7,378 10,319 815 20,614 

4,641 2,399 677 1,875 177 380 105 4,912 365 16,607 5,262 6,784 771 14,176 

5,346 3,404 824 2,189 255 681 104 6,766 444 21,310 6,860 9,175 786 18,742 

7 279 3 412 818 1,983 194 589 98 5,760 426 22,105 7,248 10,205 1,054 20,383 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officiols by an examination of documentary 
evidence provided by the immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1961 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual, Census 
of Canada, 1961, Cataloque Number 12-506. includes loqqinq, fishing, trapping and hunting. 'Includes mechanical and construction. 'Includes a small number in 
non-specified occupations. 5 Does not include students enterinq Canada on students' visos. 'Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, fiances or fiancees 
and other unspecified persons not intendinq to enter the labour force. Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 



January, 197 


1 






Table 5: 


births, ' 


19 

by province 


(number) 








SECTION 2 
TABLES 5-7 


mon th 1 y 
























averaqes 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968* 


30, 359 


1,068 


175 


1,148 


967 


8,052 


10,521 


1,452 


1,516 


2,512 


2,808 


1969 


30, 804 


1,083 


167 


1,135 


975 


7,967 


10,866 


1,484 


1,466 


2,571 


2,949 


1969 A 


31, 160 


1,142 


169 


1,151 


960 


7,941 


1 1 , 022 


1,506 


1,530 


2,659 


2,952 


S 


31,567 


1,221 


159 


1,210 


1,049 


8,081 


1 1 , 1 54 


1,419 


1,522 


2,601 


2,998 





30,301 


1,042 


146 


1,041 


985 


7,561 


1 1 , 1 62 


1,463 


1,361 


2,445 


2,974 


N 


28, 528 


1,028 


172 


1,026 


885 


6,990 


10,397 


1,413 


1,312 


2,459 


2,712 


D 


29,490 


1,070 


184 


1,103 


979 


6,841 


10,894 


1,468 


1,362 


2,502 


2,936 


1970 J 


32,691 


2,167 


148 


1,202 


1,051 


8,085 


11,358 


1,642 


1,319 


2,874 


2,851 


F 


26.531 


739 


151 


986 


1,014 


6,158 


9,877 


1,394 


1,177 


2,271 


2,764 


M 


29,014 


603 


169 


1,122 


835 


6,955 


10,893 


1,584 


1,466 


2,374 


3,013 


A 


33,560 


1,426 


182 


1,369 


914 


8,235 


12,063 


1,527 


1,452 


3,155 


3,237 


M 


29, 525 


862 


182 


1,203 


1,180 


6,788 


10,750 


1,533 


1,333 


2,623 


3,071 


J 


32. 146 


577 


162 


1,203 


999 


8,854 


11, 142 


1,640 


1,521 


2,830 


3,218 


J 


32.540 


1,749 


185 


1,102 


900 


7,442 


12,238 


1,347 


1,416 


3,012 


3,149 


A 


29, 925 


553 


149 


1,272 


957 


7,831 


10,650 


1,518 


1,260 


2,624 


3,111 


S 


32,525 


1,061 


169 


1,158 


915 


8,401 


12,101 


1,557 


1,538 


2,433 


3,192 





32,473 


1,300 


198 


1,378 


1,038 


8,089 


11,601 


1,640 


1,259 


2,919 


3,051 


N 


30,339 


705 


143 


1,146 


840 


7,911 


11,166 


1,525 


1,185 


2,523 


3,195 



Table 6: deaths, ' by province (number) 



monthly 
























averoqes 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Mon. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968 




12,766 


260 


82 


551 


409 


3,295 


4,629 


656 


625 


830 


1,402 


1969 




12,873 


250. 


84 


555 


404 


3,342 


4,642 


670 


624 


827 


1,448 


1969 


A 


12.561 


252 


81 


529 


427 


3,254 


4,559 


667 


597 


838 


1,328 




S 


11.768 


237 


77 


525 


388 


3,047 


4,212 


566 


616 


736 


1,338 




O 


12, 938 


255 


90 


556 


400 


3,404 


4,635 


699 


594 


835 


1,439 




N 


12.360 


246 


68 


543 


399 


3,223 


4,507 


662 


561 


804 


1,326 




D 


13.550 


253 


88 


607 


385 


3,571 


5,010 


678 


645 


829 


1,454 


1970 


J 


15, 006 


536 


106 


408 


454 


3,711 


5,812 


787 


679 


993 


1,520 




F 


14,184 


184 


60 


542 


577 


4,071 


5,243 


640 


602 


754 


1,511 




M 


12,634 


180 


75 


518 


399 


3,389 


4,481 


683 


753 


852 


1,304 




A 


12,821 


325 


79 


605 


339 


3,022 


4,830 


657 


565 


909 


1,490 




M 


12. 118 


212 


81 


509 


435 


3,330 


4,232 


638 


610 


748 


1,323 




J 


12,910 


153 


84 


513 


332 


3,292 


4,795 


685 


692 


915 


1,449 




J 


12.830 


429 


92 


517 


374 


3,145 


4,841 


596 


598 


859 


1,379 




A 


12. 124 


204 


80 


604 


312 


3,199 


4,479 


623 


613 


760 


1,250 




S 


13.013 


245 


107 


569 


437 


3,368 


4,541 


683 


638 


903 


1,522 




O 


13.352 


260 


86 


654 


467 


3,786 


4,628 


654 


587 


888 


1,342 




N 


12,320 


155 


54 


538 


392 


3,351 


4,660 


627 


558 


711 


1,274 



Table 7: marriages, by province (number) 



monthly 
























averages 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968' 


t 


14,314 


354 


62 


524 


449 


3,834 


5,176 


691 


646 


1,137 


1,409 


1969 




IS, 182 


356 


72 


547 


475 


3,962 


5,596 


739 


639 


1,237 


1,508 


1969 


A 


27, 055 


622 


184 


1,069 


976 


7,543 


9,256 


1,372 


1,284 


2,246 


2,464 




S 


16, 36 1 


365 


74 


590 


493 


4,363 


6,508 


749 


521 


1,129 


1,532 




O 


16.331 


332 


70 


563 


540 


3,522 


6,667 


864 


825 


1,343 


1,570 




N 


12,590 


338 


81 


566 


468 


1,862 


4,997 


694 


642 


1,346 


1,563 




D 


13,408 


364 


65 


407 


379 


3,381 


4,876 


635 


515 


1,142 


1,607 


1970 


J 


10,237 


691 


41 


323 


366 


3,358 


2,674 


564 


218 


738 


1,264 




F 


8,770 


240 


30 


288 


251 


2,107 


3,274 


426 


335 


759 


1,000 




M 


.8,706 


177 


43 


353 


161 


1,304 


4,053 


385 


365 


754 


1,111 




A 


77,439 


417 


52 


406 


319 


2,244 


4,438 


523 


435 


1, 167 


1,438 




M 


73, 778 


205 


43 


544 


474 


1,626 


5,634 


695 


580 


1,607 


1,770 




J 


77,557 


177 


67 


605 


456 


3,613 


8,123 


858 


756 


1,285 


1,617 




J 


23, 277 


639 


150 


939 


885 


5,730 


8,163 


1,116 


1,049 


2,098 


2,508 




A 


22, 866 


253 


120 


996 


577 


7,542 


7,934 


1,013 


986 


1,696 


1,749 




S 


27.905 


491 


146 


764 


758 


5,584 


8,197 


1, 118 


712 


1,814 


2,321 




O 


19,327 


556 


80 


640 


592 


5,888 


6,656 


924 


701 


1,341 


1,949 




N 


76,977 


246 


74 


459 


386 


7,256 


4,641 


654 


523 


1,234 


1,498 



*Fiqures show events allocated to actual month or year of occurence. Subsequent data are for month in which reqistrqtions are filed, and for these months 
Canada total excludes the Yukon and Northwest Territories. 'Births and deaths are exclusive of still births. Source: Vital Statistics (84-001), D. B. S. 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.1 and 1.2 



20 
I — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1. 1: national income and gross national product (million dollars) 



January, 1971 































GNP at 
market 


years 


wages, 








accr'd 


net income 








capital 








prices 
excl. 


and 
quarters 


salaries, 
and supple- 




corpo- 
ration 


deduct: 

dividends 


net income 
interest of farm 


of non-farm 
un-incorp. 




net 

national 


indirect 


consump. 
allow- 








accrued 
net 




mentary 
labour 


military 
pay and 


profits 
before 


paid 
to non- 


8. misc. operators 
investment from 


business 
incl. 


inventory 
valuation 


income 
at factor 


taxes 
less 


ances 
&. misc. 


residual 
error of 


GNP at 
market 


income 
of farm 




income 


allowances 


taxes' 


residents 2 


income 3 farm prod. 4 


rent 5 


adjust. 6 


cost 


subsidies 


val. adj. 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


1968 
1969 


38,493 
43,203 


860 
898 


7,442 
7,852 


-857 
-837 


2,580 1,471 
3,196 1,695 


4,218 
4,410 


-317 
-549 


53, 890 
59, 868 


9,677 
1 0, 647 


8,411 
9,066 


-551 
-1 , 044 


77, 
78, 


427 
537 


69,956 
76,842 



unadjusted for seasonality 



1969 1 10,088 214 

2 10,695 224 

3 11,215 222 

4 11,205 238 



1970 1 
2 
3 



11,177 229 

11,665 220 

12,038 222 



1,845 -195 

2,203 -171 

1,801 -175 

2,003 -296 

1,767 -249 

2,030 -182 

1,791 -191 



805 
741 
796 
854 

904 
845 
924 



-115 

10 

1,713 

87 

-49 

209 

1,075 



000 
108 
124 
178 



1,046 
1,134 
1,154 



-156 
-156 

- 74 
-163 

-118 

- 48 

7 



13,486 
14, 654 
76,622 
J5, J 06 

14, 707 
75,873 
77, 020 



2,568 
2,592 
2,676 
2,811 

2,755 
2,725 
2,825 



2,160 -437 

2,246 -387 

2,300 -279 

2,360 59 

2,376 -500 

2,520 -382 

2,531 -352 



77,777 
7 9, 705 
27,379 
20, 336 



17,892 
1 9, 095 
19,606 
20,249 



79,338 19,387 
20,735 20,526 
22,024 20,949 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 1 


41,672 


840 


8, 160 


-860 


3,084 


1,540 


4,292 


-536 


58, 792 


10,456 


8,796 


-956 


76, 488 


74,948 


2 


42,612 


920 


8,084 


-848 


3,136 


1,552 


4,388 


-616 


59, 228 


10,524 


8,872 -1 


,144 


77, 480 


75,928 


3 


43,724 


884 


7,576 


-796 


3,272 


1,964 


4,480 


-460 


60, 644 


10,692 


9,200 -1 


,244 


79, 292 


77,328 


4 


44,804 


948 


7,588 


-844 


3,292 


1 , 724 


4,480 


-584 


61,408 


10,916 


9,396 


-832 


80, 888 


79,164 


1970 1 


46,212 


896 


7,832 


-1,080 


3,444 


1,396 


4,492 


-380 


62,8 72 


1 1 , 1 72 


9,724 -1 


,028 


82, 680 


81,284 


2 


46,500 


908 


7,452 


-884 


3,584 


1,448 


4,488 


-188 


63, 308 


1 1 , 088 


9,924 -1 


,244 


83, 076 


81,628 


3 


47,060 


884 


7,536 


-872 


3,812 


1,276 


4,572 


-140 


64, 728 


11,296 


10,120 -1 


,424 


84, 120 


82,844 



'Excludes profits of government business enterprises, includes the withholding tax applicable to this item. 'Includes profits (net of losses) of government 
business enterprises and other government investment income. 'Includes value of physical change in farm inventories. The seasonally adjusted data includes an 

arbitary smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for with-drawlsof grain from farm stocksand the change in other farm-held inventories. Because 
of the arbitary element, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures. 'Includes net income of independent professional practi- 
tioners. 'See footnote 4, Table 1.2. Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts, Third Quarter 1970 (D. B. S. 13-001). 



Table 1.2: gross national expenditure (million dollars) 



gross fixed capital formation 



value of physical 
chonge in inventories 



business 3 



years 

and 

quarters 



govern- 
ment 
personal current 
expend- expend- 
iture on iture- 
consumer on goods 
goods and and 
services services' 



govern- 
ment 
total 2 



resi- non- machinery 

dential residential and 

con- construe- equip- 
struction Hon ment 



total 







business 














farm 










and 








gross 








grain in 




deduct: 




national 








commer- 


exports 


imports 


residual 


expend- 




govern- 




cial 


of goods 


of goods 


error 


iture at 




ment 


non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


market 


total 


total 


farm 4 


nels 5 


vices 


services 


mate 


prices 


741 


29 


473 


239 


16,795 


-16,938 


552 


71,427 


1,043 


6 


534 


503 


18,480 


-19,346 


1, 044 


78,537 






1968 
1969 



42,360 12,158 15,809 2,995 
46,531 13,774 17,011 2,993 



12,814 3,254 
14,018 3,854 



4,542 5,018 
4,702 5,462 



unadjusted for seasonality 



1969 


1 


10,710 


3,371 


3,653 




589 


3,064 


765 


996 


1,303 


-117 


-24 


393 




2 


11,501 


3,235 


4,360 




701 


3,659 


974 


1,132 


1,553 


- 20 


13 


2 




3 


11,339 


3,513 


4,577 




917 


3,660 


1,062 


1,338 


1,260 


1,605 


31 


95 




4 


12,981 


3,655 


4,421 




746 


3,635 


1,053 


1,236 


1,346 


-425 


-14 


44 


1970 


1 


11,373 


3,971 


3,687 




612 


3,075 


774 


1,019 


1,282 


-191 


-29 


280 




2 


12,154 


3,785 


4,066 




709 


3,357 


814 


1,098 


1,445 


158 


10 


97 




3 


1 1 , 986 


3,941 


4,330 




903 


3,427 


922 


1,288 


1,217 


924 


31 


197 


















seasonally adj 


jsted at annual rates 






1969 


1 


45,256 


13,048 


16,756 


3 


004 


13,752 


3,748 


4,688 


5,316 


1,180 


12 


1,064 




2 


46,032 


13,388 


17,032 


3 


000 


14,032 


3,980 


4,664 


5,388 


848 


16 


196 




3 


46,648 


14,256 


16,984 


2 


976 


14,008 


3,776 


4,684 


5,548 


1,348 


12 


420 



-486 4,127 -4,404 437 77,777 

-35 4,704 -5,062 387 7 9,705 

1,479 4,766 - 4,760 279 27,379 

-455 4,883 -5,120 - 59 20,336 



-442 4,710 - 4,712 

51 5,537 - 5,347 

696 5,427 - 4,937 



500 79,338 
382 20, 735 
353 22, 024 



4 48,188 14,404 17,272 2,992 14,280 3,912 4,772 5,596 796 -16 456 

1970 1 48,124 15,288 17,000 3,144 13,856 3,848 4,792 5,216 428 -8 608 

2 48,624 15,700 15,868 2,976 12,892 3,312 4,528 5,052 584 4 536 

3 49,408 16,020 16,064 2,908 13,156 3,300 4,512 5,344 484 12 828 



104 18,364 -19,068 952 76,488 

636 18,064 -19,032 1,148 77,480 

916 18,188 -19,376 1,244 79,292 

356 19,304 -19,908 832 80.888 

-172 21,120 -20,308 1,028 82,680 

44 21,148 -20,092 1,244 83,076 

-356 20,836 -20,116 1,424 84,120 



'Includes defence expenditures. includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government 
business enterprises. Excludes defence construction and equipment which are defined as current expenditure, includes capital expenditures by private and govern- 
ment business enterprises, private non-commercial institutions ond outlays on new residential construction by individuals. Capital expenditure is defined to include 
all transfer costs on the sales and purchases of the existing lond and buildings. 4 The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price changes 

and the derived "physical" change is then valued at average prices of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference between this volue 
of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory valuation adjustment, (as shown in Table 1. 1) 5 See footnote 4, Table 1. 1 Source: 

National Income and Expenditure Accounts, Third Quarter 1970 (D. B. S. 13-001). 



January, 


1971 














21 














SECTION 3 
















1 — Income and 


expenditure accounts 








TABLES 1. 


3 and 1.4 










T 


able 1.3 


: gross national expenditure in con 


stant (1961) dollars (mill 


ion doll 


nrs)' 






























value of phy 


sical 






















gross fixec 


capital formation 






change in inventories 


















business 








business 










govern- 
ment 






























years 






















farm 










ar 


d 


personal 


current 




















and 










quarters 


expend- 


expend- 




















grain in 




deduct: 










iture on 


iture- 








resi- 


non- 


machinery 








commer- 


exports 


imports 


residual 


gross 






consumer 


on goods 




govern- 




dential 


residentio 


1 and 




govern- 




cial 


of goods 


of goods 


error 


national 






goods and 


and 




ment 




con- 


construc- 


equip- 




ment 


non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


expend- 






services 


services 


total 


total 


total 


struction 


tion 


ment 


total 


total 


farm 


nels 


vices 


services 


mate 


iture 


1968 




35,853 


8,539 


13,177 


2,548 


10,719 


2,518 


3,782 


4,419 


611 


23 


481 


107 


14,564 


-14,954 


455 


58, 245 


1969 




37,847 


8,892 


13,583 


2,377 


11,206 


2,834 


3,682 


4,690 


910 


3 


456 


451 


15,664 


-16,566 


818 


67, 148 


















unadjusted for seasonality 
















1969 


1 


8,888 


2,250 


2,976 


474 


2,502 


569 


802 


1,131 


- 53 


-22 


355 


-386 


3,547 


- 3,828 


346 


14. 126 




2 


9,380 


2,104 


3,502 


567 


2,935 


708 


892 


1,335 


-108 


10 


20 


-138 


3,984 


- 4,362 


302 


14,802 




3 


9,130 


2,249 


3,626 


725 


2,901 


780 


1,044 


1,077 


1,428 


27 


18 


1,383 


3,988 


- 4,027 


215 


16, 609 




4 


10,449 


2,289 


3,479 


611 


2,868 


777 


944 


1,147 


-357 


-12 


63 


-408 


4,145 


- 4,349 


- 45 


75,6/1 


1970 


1 


9,038 


2,501 


2,884 


474 


2,410 


563 


770 


1,077 


-224 


-26 


223 


-421 


3,990 


- 3,937 


380 


74,632 




2 


9,568 


2,339 


3,165 


549 


2,616 


583 


826 


1,207 


25 


7 


121 


-103 


4,553 


- 4,456 


289 


75,583 




3 


9,395 


2,404 


3,343 


696 


2,647 


654 


970 


1,023 


901 


27 


129 


745 


4,497 


-4,136 


264 


76,668 
















seasonally adj 


jsted at annual rates 














1969 


1 


37,396 


8,768 


13,588 


2,392 


1 1 , 1 96 


2,784 


3,784 


4,628 


1,028 


8 


860 


160 


15,736 


-16,628 


756 


60, 644 




2 


37,568 


8,684 


13,676 


2,436 


11,240 


2,904 


3,700 


4,636 


548 


4 


200 


344 


15,300 


-16,408 


896 


60, 264 




3 


37,736 


9,108 


13,500 


2,352 


11,148 


2,776 


3,644 


4,728 


1,284 


8 


312 


964 


15,392 


-16,456 


964 


67,528 




4 


38,752 


9,008 


13,596 


2,316 


11,280 


2,876 


3,636 


4,768 


780 


- 8 


452 


336 


16,252 


-16,792 


640 


62,236 


1970 


1 


38,104 


9,668 


13,280 


2,428 


1 0, 852 


2,796 


3,660 


4,396 


104 


- 4 


372 


-264 


17,820 


-17,016 


784 


62, 744 




2 


38,244 


9,732 


12,340 


2,312 


10,028 


2,380 


3,424 


4,224 


436 


- 4 


604 


-164 


17,760 


-16,756 


940 


62,696 




3 


38,888 


9,788 


12,456 


2,244 


10,212 


2,344 


3,388 


4,480 


180 


4 


676 


-500 


17,496 


-16,940 


1,076 


62, 944 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars 
by the constant dollar figures, are not suitableas indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change. This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected 
by compositional shifts which occur within the unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Quarter-to-quarter movements in 
the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts, Third Quarter 1970 (D. B. S. 13-001). 



Table 1.4: sources of personal income (million dollars) 













net income 
received 


net income of 


interest, 




current trans 


fers 




























years 


and 


salaries and 
supplementary 


military 


by farm 


non-farm un- 
incorporated 


dividends and 
miscellaneous ■ 


from 


government 
































labour 


pay and 


from farm 


business 


investment 


to 


capital 




from 


from 


personal 








income 


allowances 


production' 


including rent 


income 2 


persons 


assistance 


cor 


porations 3 


non-residents 


income 


1968 






38,493 


860 


1,690 


4,218 


4,387 


5,346 


6 




127 


43 


55,170 


1969 






43,203 


898 


1,644 


4,410 


4,953 


6,060 


4 




127 


44 


61,343 














unadjusted for seasonal variation 












1969 


1 




1 0, 088 


214 


-115 


1,000 


1,148 


1,517 


1 




31 


11 


13,895 




2 




10,695 


224 


13 


1,108 


1,227 


1,491 


1 




32 


11 


14,802 




3 




11,215 


222 


1,691 


1,124 


1,233 


1,490 


2 




32 


11 


17,020 




4 




11,205 


238 


55 


1,178 


1,345 


1,562 


- 




32 


11 


15,626 


1970 


1 




1 1 , 1 77 


229 


- 82 


1,046 


1,282 


1,748 


_ 




32 


24 


15,456 




2 




11,665 


220 


162 


1,134 


1,362 


1,633 


1 




34 


24 


16,235 




3 




12,038 


222 


1,017 


1,154 


1,319 


1,693 


1 




34 


25 


17,503 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 1 


41,672 


840 


1,412 


4,292 


4,696 


5,628 


4 


124 


44 


58,712 


2 


42,612 


920 


1 , 524 


4,388 


4,896 


6,052 


4 


128 


44 


60,568 


3 


43, 724 


884 


1,976 


4,480 


5,060 


6,216 


8 


128 


44 


62,520 


4 


44,804 


948 


1,664 


4,480 


5,160 


6,344 


- 


128 


44 


63,572 


1970 1 


46,212 


896 


1,216 


4,492 


5,244 


6,508 


_ 


128 


100 


64,796 


2 


46,500 


908 


1,268 


4,488 


5,428 


6,632 


4 


136 


96 


65,460 


3 


47, 060 


884 


1,076 


4,572 


5,404 


7,208 


4 


136 


100 


66,444 



'This item differs from column 6, table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued net earnings arrising out of the 
operations of the Canadian Wheat Board. 'Includes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons, 3 Charitable contributions and bad debt allowances. 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.5 and 1.6 



22 



Table 1. 5: disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



January, 1971 



years 

and 

quarters 



personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 



total 



durable 
goods 



semi- 
durable 
goods 



non- 
durable 
goods 



current transfers 



to government 



income 
taxes 



employer, 
employee 
contribu- 
tions 
to social 
succes- insurance 
sion & govern- 
duties and ment 
estate pension 
taxes funds 



othe 



to corpo- 
rations 2 



to non- 
residents 



total 



personal savings 

personal 

saving value of 

excluding physical 

change change 

in in personal 

farm in- form in- personal disposable 

ventories ventories income income 



1968 
1969 



42,360 5,509 
46,531 5,920 



4,567 16,443 15,841 
4,992 17,931 17,688 



5,922 
7,469 



235 
237 



2,090 
2,341 



539 
794 



398 

460 



110 
123 



3,516 
3,388 



3,283 
3,073 



233 
315 



55,170 46,384 
61,343 50,502 



1970 1 


11,373 


1,229 


999 


4,546 


2 


12,154 


1,511 


1,226 


4,662 


3 


1 1 , 986 


1,382 


1,158 


4,754 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 4 12,981 1,586 1,663 5,179 4,553 2,027 



4,599 2,018 
4,755 2,274 
4,692 2,166 



60 



523 



237 119 



32 



-353 



111 



-464 15,626 12,779 



60 


592 


307 


119 


35 


952 


1,375 


-423 


15,456 


12,479 


64 


644 


245 


119 


37 


698 


568 


130 


16,235 


13,008 


68 


625 


231 


121 


33 


2,273 


1,558 


715 


17,503 


14,413 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 2 
3 
4 



46,032 5,796 
46,648 5,896 
48,188 6,124 



1970 1 48,124 

2 48,624 

3 49,408 



5,448 
5,620 
5,708 



5,060 17,648 17,528 7,476 
4,888 17,936 17,928 7,744 
5,080 18,756 18,228 8,112 



5,056 
5,112 
5,000 



19,208 
19,228 
19,656 



18,412 
18,664 
1 9, 044 



8,028 
8,908 
8,900 



232 
240 
240 

240 
256 
272 



2,356 688 
2,376 728 

2,292 992 



456 
472 
472 



2,408 1,004 476 
2,416 1,040 480 
2,392 1,060 484 



108 3,220 

132 4,180 

136 3,140 

136 4,380 

144 3,592 

136 3,792 



60,568 49,816 

62,520 51,432 

63,572 51,936 

64,796 53,116 

65,460 52,840 

66,444 53,820 



'Includes net expenditure abroad. 2 Thi s item is the transfer portion of interest on the consumer debt. 3 This item is the "personal income" less "income 
taxes," less "succession duties and estate taxes," less "employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension plan," less "other". 



Table 1. 6: sources and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 











sources of gross saving 












total 


disposition of gros 












saving 








capital 

con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances ond 
miscel- 
laneous 
valuotion 
adjust- 
ments 


residual 
error of 
estimate 




years and 
quarters 


persons 

and unincorporated 

business 


and gc 


corpc 

vernment bu 


rate 

siness enterprises 


govern- 
ment 


non- 
residents 


s saving 


persona 
saving 


adjust- 
ments 
on grain 

trans- 
actions' 


undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


undis- 
tributed 
profits of 

government 
business 

enterprises 


inventory 
valuation 
capital adjust- 
assistance ment 


total 

gross 

fixed 

capital 
for- 

motion 2 


value of 
-physical 
change 
in in- 
ventories 


residual 
error of 
estimate 


1968 
1969 


3,516 
3,388 


-219 

51 


2,676 
2,811 


255 
286 


80 -317 
1 03 -549 


3 
4 


030 
091 


221 

895 


8,411 
9,066 


- 551 
-1,044 


17, 
19 


102 
098 


15,809 
17,011 


741 

1,043 


552 
1,044 



1969 4 

1970 1 
2 

3 



-353 

952 

698 
2,273 



32 



594 



49 



33 540 105 

47 769 81 

58 653 85 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



36 



-163 



1,088 



235 



2,360 



59 3,937 4,421 



-425 



- 59 



33 


-118 


586 


- 11 


2,376 


- 500 


3,996 


3,687 


-191 


500 


40 


- 48 


1,075 


-194 


2,520 


- 382 


4,606 


4,066 


158 


382 


21 


7 


768 


-437 


2,531 


- 352 


5,607 


4,330 


924 


353 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 2 


3,220 


28 


2,992 


280 


88 


-616 


4,332 


976 


8,872 


-1,144 


19,028 


17,032 


848 


1,148 


3 


4,180 


-12 


2,664 


320 


104 


-460 


3,612 


1,212 


9,200 


-1 , 244 


19,576 


16,984 


1,348 


1,244 


4 


3,140 


60 


2,528 


300 


132 


-584 


4,072 


688 


9,396 


- 832 


18,900 


17,272 


796 


832 


1970 1 


4,380 


180 


2,688 


280 


148 


-380 


3,324 


-860 


9,724 


-1 , 028 


18,456 


17,000 


428 


1,028 


2 


3,592 


180 


2,428 


352 


132 


-188 


3,604 


-1,084 


9,924 


-1,244 


17,696 


15,868 


584 


1,244 


3 


3,792 


200 


2,600 


376 


104 


-140 


2,956 


-612 


10,120 


-1,424 


17,972 


16,064 


484 


1,424 



"This item is the adjustment to take account of the occrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board. See also 
footnote 1, table 1.4. 2 For a breakdown between government and business, see table 1.2. 



January, 1971 



23 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 



Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government 



direct taxes 



years and 
quarters 



corporate and government business enterprises 



total federal' provincial local 



provin- 

Canada Quebec federal cial tax non- 

pension pension tax col- provin- collec- residents 

plan plan total federal 2 lections 2 cial tions federal 3 total 



indirect taxes 



provin- 
federal cial 



1968 
1969 


8,247 
10,047 


5,107 
6,501 


2,215 
2,539 


1969 1 
2 
3 
4 


2,275 
2,599 
2,563 
2,610 


1,446 
1,684 
1,636 
1,735 


580 
614 
650 
695 


1970 1 
2 
3 


2,670 
2,982 
2,859 


1,735 
1,899 
1,843 


682 
766 
733 



686 
738 



239 
269 



2,809 2,105 1,891 704 

3,070 2,294 2,769 776 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



180 


69 


219 


82 


208 


69 


131 


49 


188 


65 


232 


85 


200 


83 



754 564 

841 628 

686 512 

789 590 



633 
941 
636 
559 



190 
213 
174 
199 



705 527 689 178 

786 594 839 192 

667 504 529 163 



683 
902 



209 
232 



242 46 

240 73 

237 48 

183 65 



10,320 
11,322 



2,711 
2,737 
2,881 
2,993 



247 66 2,903 

225 70 2,911 

211 45 3,040 



3,761 3,451 3,108 
4,024 3,871 3,427 



929 928 854 

983 898 856 

1,011 1,012 858 

1,101 1,033 859 

92 9 1,029 945 

987 977 947 

1,040 1,051 949 



1969 1 9,120 5,820 2,288 

2 10,064 6,516 2,512 

3 10,360 6,708 2,624 

4 10,644 6,960 2,732 

1970 1 10,676 6,964 2,692 

2 11,580 7,356 3,132 

3 11,564 7,560 2,960 





ac 


justed foi 


seasonal 


variation 


















736 


276 


3,184 


2,384 


2,788 


800 


944 


212 


11 


108 


3,984 


3,704 


3,420 


760 


276 


3,096 


2,312 


2,988 


784 


888 


248 


11 


212 


3,944 


3,844 


3,424 


760 


268 


2,968 


2,212 


2,744 


756 


912 


260 


11 


380 


4,048 


3,900 


3,432 


696 


256 


3,032 


2,268 


2,556 


764 


864 


208 


11 


588 


4,120 


4,036 


3,432 


760 


260 


2,952 


2,208 


3,020 


744 


980 


304 


11 


856 


3,972 


4, 100 


3,784 


804 


288 


2,908 


2,196 


2,640 


712 


840 


244 


11 


960 


3,956 


4,216 


3,788 


724 


320 


2,908 


2,196 


2,268 


712 


816 


248 


12 


024 


4,164 


4,064 


3,796 





rs and 












revenue 












yea 




other current transfers 










investment 


income 


















































Canada 


















total 


federal 


provincia 


local 


hospitals 


total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


pension plan 


1968 




539 


4 


469 


63 


3 


1,577 


780 


636 


77 


4 


80 


1969 




794 


4 


718 


69 

unad 


3 

usted for 


2,045 

seasonal variation 


1,036 


788 


88 


5 


128 


1969 


1 


235 


1 


217 


17 


_ 


477 


229 


206 


19 


1 


22 




2 


165 


1 


146 


17 


1 


506 


254 


192 


24 


1 


35 




3 


157 


1 


138 


17 


1 


471 


238 


184 


20 


1 


28 




4 


237 


1 


217 


18 


1 


591 


315 


206 


25 


2 


43 


1970 


1 


307 


1 


289 


17 


_ 


565 


245 


259 


22 


1 


38 




2 


245 


1 


225 


18 


1 


588 


304 


208 


25 


1 


50 




3 


231 


1 


210 


19 


1 


584 


305 


212 


22 


1 


44 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 1 


768 


4 


696 


68 


- 


1,992 


1,064 


748 


88 


4 


88 


2 


688 


4 


612 


68 


4 


2,016 


972 


816 


84 


4 


140 


3 


728 


4 


652 


68 


4 


2,032 


1,028 


800 


88 


4 


112 


4 


992 


4 


912 


72 


4 


2,140 


1,080 


788 


92 


8 


172 


1970 1 


1,004 


4 


932 


68 


_ 


2,324 


1,132 


936 


100 


4 


152 


2 


1,040 


4 


960 


72 


4 


2,360 


1,172 


896 


88 


4 


200 


3 


1,060 


4 


976 


76 


4 


2,508 


1,300 


932 


96 


4 


176 



Includes the newly imposed taxes on life insurance companies. At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are treated 
as associations of individuals in so far as their investment activities are concerned. The new taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment 
of insurance. 2 Excludes the refundable tax oncorporate cash profits introduced May 1966. Refunding of the tax began in the third quarter 1968. 'With- 

holding taxes. 4 The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four since real property 

tax rates have been generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of 
series. 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 - Cont. 



24 



January, 1971 



Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government — continued 



years and 
quarters 



current transfers from other levels of government 



from local 



local governments 



hospitals 



total revenue 



from local 



total 



from govern- from from from govern- 

Canada ments Canada provinces provinces ments total federal provincial local hospitals 



Canada Quebec 

pension pension 

plan plan 



1968 
1969 


6,637 
7,362 


2,360 
2,630 


45 

44 


1969 1 
2 
3 
4 


1,704 
2,179 
1,644 
1,835 


671 
678 
615 
666 


12 

11 

8 

13 


1970 1 
2 
3 


2,022 
2,401 
2,184 


760 
803 
875 


12 
6 
4 



92 
98 



25 
26 
29 
18 

15 
28 
21 



2,404 
2,606 



1,715 
1,961 



21 
23 



30,338 11,966 9,880 
34,872 14,091 11,366 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



632 

1,006 

737 



5,744 
6,288 



498 493 5 8,202 3,215 2,804 1,413 

974 484 6 9,100 3,623 2,752 1,897 

503 483 6 8,450 3,446 2,781 1,427 

631 501 6 9,120 3,807 3,029 1,551 

597 6 9,238 3,503 3,209 1,631 

552 6 9,983 3,855 3,177 2,024 

541 6 9,610 3,738 3,248 1,748 



1,743 
1,992 



766 
866 



239 
269 



499 


202 


69 


492 


254 


82 


491 


236 


69 


510 


174 


49 


604 


226 


65 


560 


282 


85 


549 


244 


83 



adjusted for seasonol variation 



1969 1 
2 
3 
4 

1970 1 
2 



7,148 
8,008 
6,932 
7,360 

8,640 
8,796 
8,996 



2,588 
2,660 
2,656 
2,016 

3,036 
3,076 
3,656 



44 
48 
36 

48 

44 
28 
20 



92 
112 
100 

48 

100 

80 



2,532 
3,244 
2,120 
2,528 

3,216 
3,356 
2,988 



1,876 
1,940 
1,984 
2,044 

2,272 
2,212 
2,228 



20 
24 
24 
24 

24 

24 
24 



33,532 
35,332 
34,660 
35, 964 

37,756 
38,388 
39,308 



13,468 
13,996 
14,260 
14,640 

14,584 
14,928 
15,472 



10,868 
11,276 
11,420 
1 1 , 896 

12,484 
13,020 
13,320 



6,196 
6,912 
5,820 
6,224 

7,216 
7,404 
7,036 



1,900 
1,972 
2,016 
2,080 

2,300 
2,244 
2,260 



824 
900 
872 
868 

912 

1,004 

900 



276 
276 
268 
256 

260 
288 
320 





and 














current expenditure 






























transfer payments 


to pe 


sons 








































quarters 




current exp 


enditure on goods anc 


services 5 










Canada 


Quebec 




subsidies 








































total 


federal 


defence 


provincial 


local h 


ospital s 


total 


federal provincial 


local 


plan 


plan 


total 


federal 


provincial 


1968 




12,158 


3,792 


1,812 


2,560 


4,227 


1,579 


5,346 


3,277 1,953 


101 


11 


4 


643 


518 


125 


1969 




13,774 


4,315 


1,806 


2,808 


4,891 


1,760 


6,060 


3,602 2,302 


105 


38 


13 


675 


560 


115 
















unadju 


sted for seasonal variation 














1969 


1 


3,371 


1,139 


493 


703 


1,111 


418 


1,517 


966 518 


25 


6 


2 


143 


120 


23 




2 


3,235 


953 


396 


624 


1,225 


433 


1,491 


940 513 


26 


9 


3 


145 


134 


11 




3 


3,513 


1,112 


454 


680 


1,274 


447 


1,490 


847 601 


27 


11 


4 


205 


151 


54 




4 


3,655 


1,111 


463 


801 


1,281 


462 


1,562 


849 670 


27 


12 


4 


182 


155 


27 


1970 


1 


3,971 


1,277 


530 


950 


1,271 


473 


1,748 


1 , 066 637 


25 


15 


5 


148 


131 


17 




2 


3,785 


1,121 


430 


789 


1,391 


484 


1,633 


1,053 526 


29 


19 


6 


187 


168 


19 




3 


3,941 


1,075 


449 


894 


1,477 


495 


1,693 


956 681 


29 


20 


7 


215 


151 


64 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 1 


13,048 


4,180 


1,820 


2,544 


4,652 


1,672 


5,628 


3,480 


2,012 


104 


24 


8 


652 


544 


108 


2 


13,388 


4, 140 


1,740 


2,684 


4,832 


1,732 


6,052 


3,596 


2,304 


104 


36 


12 


688 


576 


112 


3 


14,256 


4,496 


1,840 


2,856 


5,116 


1,788 


6,216 


3,700 


2,352 


104 


44 


16 


688 


564 


124 


4 


14,404 


4,444 


1,824 


3,148 


4,964 


1,848 


6,344 


3,632 


2,540 


108 


48 


16 


672 


556 


116 


1970 1 


15,288 


4,680 


1,960 


3,424 


5,292 


1,892 


6,508 


3,832 


2,496 


100 


60 


20 


684 


596 


88 


2 


15,700 


4,872 


1,880 


3,412 


5,480 


1,936 


6,632 


4,036 


2,380 


116 


76 


24 


872 


724 


148 


3 


16,020 


4,348 


1,816 


3,768 


5,924 


1,980 


7,208 


4,320 


2,668 


112 


80 


28 


728 


564 


164 


5 S 


je page 25. 































January, 


1971 










25 














SECTION 3 




























TABLE 


1.7 - 


■ Cont. 








Table 


1.7: government revenue, 


expenditure, and surplus or 


deficit. 


by level of 


government — continued 










and 












current expenc 


iture 
























current 
transfers 








current trans 


ers to oth 


er levels 


of government 




years 


Canac 


a to 


provinces to 








quarters 
































capita 


assistance 


to non- 
residents 


interest on the public debt 






local 


local 




local gc 


vernments to 




































total 1 


ederal 


provincia 


— federal 


total 


federal provincial local 


total 


provinces 


ments 


ments 


hospital 


s provinces hospitals 


1968 




86 


72 


14 


170 


2,268 


1,409 447 412 


6,637 


2,360 


92 


2,404 


1,715 


45 




21 


1969 




107 


88 


19 


182 


2,621 


1,589 587 445 


7,362 


2,630 


98 


2,606 


1,961 


44 




23 
















unadjusted for seasonal variation 
















1969 


1 


20 


16 


4 


26 


577 


341 155 81 


1,704 


671 


25 


498 


493 


12 




5 




2 


28 


26 


2 


58 


700 


416 145 139 


2,179 


678 


26 


974 


484 


11 




6 




3 


23 


17 


6 


56 


624 


404 127 93 


1,644 


615 


29 


503 


4 83 


8 




6 




4 


36 


29 


7 


42 


720 


428 160 132 


1,835 


666 


18 


631 


501 


13 




6 


1970 


1 


33 


25 


8 


42 


688 


427 172 89 


2,022 


760 


15 


632 


597 


12 




6 




2 


41 


39 


2 


53 


808 


487 157 164 


2,401 


803 


28 


1,006 


552 


6 




6 




3 


22 


16 


6 


90 


697 


463 138 96 


2,184 


875 


21 


737 


541 


4 




6 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 1 


92 


76 


16 


140 


2,476 


1,460 


564 


452 


7,148 


2,588 


88 


2,532 


1,876 


44 


20 


2 


92 


84 


8 


192 


2,580 


1,592 


572 


416 


8,008 


2,660 


92 


3,244 


1,940 


48 


24 


3 


112 


88 


24 


196 


2,648 


1,588 


620 


440 


6,932 


2,656 


112 


2,120 


1,984 


36 


24 


4 


132 


104 


28 


200 


2,780 


1,716 


592 


472 


7,360 


2,616 


100 


2,528 


2,044 


48 


24 


1970 1 


148 


116 


32 


220 


2,944 


1,824 


624 


496 


8,640 


3,036 


48 


3,216 


2,272 


44 


24 


2 


136 


128 


8 


168 


2,980 


1,864 


624 


492 


8,796 


3,076 


100 


3,356 


2,212 


28 


24 


3 


108 


84 


24 


320 


2,972 


1,812 


676 


484 


8,996 


3,656 


80 


2,988 


2,228 


20 


24 



current expenditure 



years and total current expenditure 5 saving (total revenue less total current expenditure) 

quarters 



Canada Quebec Canada Quebec 

pension pension pension pension 

total federal provincial local hospitals plan plan total federal provincial local hospitals plan plan 



1968 
1969 


27,308 
30,781 


11,690 
13,064 


9,218 
10,398 


4,806 
5,508 


1,579 
1,760 


11 
38 


4 
13 


3,030 
4,091 


276 

1,027 


662 
968 


938 
780 


164 
232 


755 

828 


235 
256 












unadjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 














1969 1 
2 
3 

4 


7,358 
7,836 
7,555 
8,032 


3,304 
3,231 
3,231 
3,298 


2,394 
2,753 
2,454 
2,797 


1,234 
1,407 
1,408 
1,459 


418 
433 
447 
462 


6 

9 

11 

12 


2 
3 
4 
4 


844 
1,264 

895 
1,088 


- 89 
392 
215 
509 


410 

- 1 

327 

232 


179 

490 

19 

92 


81 
59 
44 
48 


196 
245 
225 
162 


67 
79 
65 
45 


1970 1 
2 
3 


8,652 
8,908 
8,842 


3,743 
3,752 
3,647 


3,013 
3,051 
3,061 


1,403 
1,596 
1,612 


473 

484 
495 


15 
19 
20 


5 
6 
7 


586 

1,075 

768 


-240 

103 

91 


196 
126 
187 


228 

428 
136 


131 
76 
54 


211 
263 
224 


60 
79 
76 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 1 


29,184 


12,556 


9,652 


5,272 


1,672 


24 


8 


4,348 


912 


1,216 


924 


228 


800 


268 


2 


31,000 


12,932 


10,864 


5,424 


1,732 


36 


12 


4,332 


1,064 


412 


1,488 


240 


864 


264 


3 


31,048 


13,400 


10,080 


5,720 


1,788 


44 


16 


3,612 


860 


1,344 


100 


228 


828 


252 


4 


31,892 


13,368 


10,996 


5,616 


1,848 


48 


16 


4,072 


1,272 


900 


608 


232 


820 


240 


1970 1 


34,432 


14,352 


12,152 


5,956 


1,892 


60 


20 


3,324 


232 


332 


1,260 


408 


852 


240 


2 


35,284 


14,968 


12,140 


6,140 


1,936 


76 


24 


3,604 


- 40 


880 


1,264 


308 


928 


264 


3 


36,352 


15,184 


12,516 


6,564 


1,980 


80 


28 


2,956 


288 


804 


472 


280 


820 


292 



Includes capital consumption allowances as shown on page 26, col. 8. 



SECTION 3 26 January, 1971 

TABLE 1.7 - Concl. 

Table 1. 7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government — concluded 

surplus or deficit on a national accounts basis 



years and saving 
quarters 



Canada Quebec plus: capital consumption allowances 

pension pension 



total federal provincial local hospitals plan plan total federal provincial local hospitals 

1968 3,030 276 662 938 164 755 235 988 191 319 393 85 

1969 4,091 1,027 968 780 232 828 256 1,083 209 340 440 94 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1969 1 844 - 89 410 179 81 196 67 261 50 83 106 22 

2 1,264 392 - 1 490 59 245 79 268 52 85 108 23 

3 895 215 327 19 44 225 65 274 53 86 111 24 

4 1,088 509 232 92 48 162 45 280 54 86 115 25 



179 


81 


490 


59 


19 


44 


92 


48 


228 


131 


428 


76 


136 


54 



1970 1 586 -240 196 228 131 211 60 287 55 88 119 25 

2 1,075 103 126 428 76 263 79 294 57 90 121 26 

3 768 91 187 136 54 224 76 301 58 91 125 27 



1969 1 4,348 912 1,216 924 228 800 268 1,044 200 332 424 88 

2 4,332 1,064 412 1,488 240 864 264 1,072 208 340 432 92 

3 3,612 860 1,344 100 228 828 252 1,096 212 344 444 96 

100 



4,348 


912 


1,216 


924 


228 


4,332 


1,064 


412 


1,488 


240 


3,612 


860 


1,344 


100 


228 


4,072 


1,272 


900 


608 


232 


3,324 


232 


332 


1,260 


408 


3,604 


- 40 


880 


1,264 


308 


2,956 


288 


804 


472 


280 



1970 1 3,324 232 332 1,260 408 852 240 1,148 220 352 476 100 

2 3,604 -40 880 1,264 308 928 264 1,176 228 360 484 104 

3 2,956 288 804 472 280 820 292 1,204 232 364 500 108 



196 


67 


261 


50 


245 


79 


268 


52 


225 


65 


274 


53 


162 


45 


280 


54 


211 


60 


287 


55 


263 


79 


294 


57 


224 


76 


301 


58 


easonal 


variation 






800 


268 


1,044 


200 


864 


264 


1,072 


208 


828 


252 


1,096 


212 


820 


240 


1, 120 


216 


852 


240 


1,148 


220 


928 


264 


1,176 


228 


820 


292 


1,204 


232 



332 


424 


340 


432 


344 


444 


344 


460 


352 


476 


360 


484 


364 


500 





rs and 
jrters 












surplus or deficit on a 


national accounts basis 










yea 




deduct: 


gross 


capita 


1 formation 






equals: 


surplus (+) or deficit (— ) 


















Canada 


Quebec 






total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals total 


federal 


provincia 


local 


hospitals 


plan 


plan 


1968 
1969 




3,024 
2,999 


500 
461 




958 
953 


1,349 
1,357 


217 994 
228 2,175 

unadjusted for seasona 


- 33 
775 

variation 


23 
355 


- 18 
-137 


32 

98 


755 
828 


235 
256 


1969 


1 
2 
3 
4 


565 
714 
948 
772 


97 
100 
150 
114 




222 
181 
274 
276 


195 
377 
462 
323 


51 540 
56 818 
62 221 
59 596 


-136 

344 
118 
449 


271 

- 97 

139 

42 


90 

221 

-332 

-116 


52 

26 

6 

14 


196 
245 
225 
162 


67 
79 
65 
45 


1970 


1 
2 

3 


583 
719 

934 


95 

95 

147 




215 
159 
226 


217 
398 
482 


56 290 
67 650 
79 135 


-280 

65 

2 


69 
57 
52 


130 

151 

-221 


100 

35 
2 


211 
263 
224 


60 
79 
76 



adjusted for seasonal varioti 



1969 1 


3,016 


512 


1,032 


1,248 


224 


2,376 


600 


516 


100 


92 


800 


268 


2 


3,016 


456 


892 


1,440 


228 


2,388 


816 


-140 


480 


104 


864 


264 


3 


2,988 


436 


940 


1,380 


232 


1,720 


636 


748 


-836 


9/ 


828 


252 


4 


2,976 


440 


948 


1,360 


228 


2,216 


1,048 


296 


-292 


104 


820 


240 


1970 1 


3,136 


504 


1,000 


1,384 


248 


1,336 


- 52 


-316 


352 


260 


852 


240 


2 


2,980 


420 


788 


1,500 


272 


1,800 


-232 


452 


248 


140 


928 


264 


3 


2,920 


428 


780 


1,420 


292 


1,240 


92 


388 


-448 


96 


820 


292 



Jonuary, 1971 27 SECTION 3 

TABLES 1.8 and 1.9 

Table 1.8: implicit price indexes, gross national expenditure, 1961 -100.0' 





and 










ods and servi 








gross fixed 


capital formation 










government 




years 






y° 














































semi- 




non- 




diture on goods 






residential 


machinery 






total 


durable goods 


durable goods 


durable goods 


services 


and services 


total 


total 


construction 


and equipment 


1968 




118.1 


105.2 


119.9 




116.8 


124.4 


142.4 


120.0 


121.8 


124.0 


108.6 


1969 




122.9 


106.4 


123.7 




120.4 


132.5 


154.9 


125.2 


125.9 


128.2 


110.0 


1969 1 




121.1 


105.7 


122.2 




118.5 


130.1 


148.8 


123.4 


125.6 


128.2 


109.2 


2 




122.6 


106.5 


123.5 




120.2 


131.5 


154.2 


124.6 


123.0 


125.0 


109.5 


3 




123.7 


106.3 


124.4 




121.1 


133.5 


156.5 


125.9 


126.3 


128.5 


109.9 


4 




124.4 


107.1 


124.6 




121.7 


134.8 


159.9 


127.1 


129.0 


131.2 


111.6 


1970 1 




126.3 


109.1 


124.9 




123.1 


136.8 


158.1 


128.0 


129.5 


131.6 


114.7 


2 




127.1 


109.6 


127.5 




123.7 


137.6 


161.3 


128.6 


128.7 


131.0 


115.0 


3 




127.1 


109.3 


125.8 




123.0 


138.9 


163.7 


129.0 


129.6 


131.9 


114.1 



gross fixed capital formation 



deduct: 



business exports of goods and services imports of goods and services gross nation- 

al expendi- 



residential non-residential machinery of which: of which: ture in constant 

total construction construction and equipment total merchandise total merchandise (1 961 ) dollars 

1968 119.5 129.2 120.1 113.6 115.3 112.3 113.6 109.6 122.6 

1969 125.1 136.0 127.7 116.5 118.0 114.2 116.8 113.0 128.4 

1969 1 123.0 134.6 124.3 114.9 116.7 113.4 114.7 111.1 126.2 

2 124.9 137.1 126.3 116.2 118.1 114.5 116.0 112.0 128.6 

3 125.8 136.2 128.8 117.3 118.2 114.2 117.8 114.1 128.9 

4 126.7 136.0 131.5 117.4 118.8 114.8 118.6 114.9 130.0 

1970 1 127.7 137.6 130.9 118.7 118.5 114.4 119.3 115.0 131.8 

2 128.6 139.2 132.2 119.6 119.1 114.9 119.9 115.4 132.5 

3 128.8 140.8 133.2 119.3 119.1 114.6 118.7 113.7 133.7 

'These implicit indexes are currently weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and 

between major groups. Quarter-to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted Data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar 

comparisons based on data unadjusted for seasonality, and therefore may be used as indicators of price change. 



Table 1. 9: relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost, (million dollars) 

deduct: add: deduct: add: 



gross 



years and gross nation- income gross national income gross 

quarters al product residual indirect received income domestic product residual indirect received income domestic 

at market error of taxes less from non- paid to non- product at at morket error of taxes less from non- paid to non- product at 

prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost 

1968 71,427 551 -9,677 -583 1,841 63,559 

1969 78,537 1,044 -10,647 -770 1,986 70,150 

unadjusted for seasonal variation adjusted for seasonal variation 

1969 1 17,777 437 -2,568 -170 447 15,923 76,488 956 -10,456 -712 1,940 68,216 

2 19,105 387 -2,592 -200 492 17,192 77,480 1,144 -10,524 -808 2,008 69,300 

3 21,319 279 -2,676 -172 442 19,192 79,292 1,244 -10,692 -764 2,008 71,088 

4 20,336 -59 -2,811 -228 605 17,843 80,888 832 -10,916 -796 1,988 71,996 

1970 1 19,338 500 -2,755 -253 580 17,410 82,680 1,028 -11,172 -1,020 2,476 73,992 

2 20,735 382 -2,724 -261 556 18,688 33,076 1,244 -11,088 -1,036 2,232 74,428 

3 22,024 352 -2,825 -261 518 19,808 84,120 1,424 -11,296 -1,168 2,344 75,424 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 2.1 

Table 2 


1: Real d 


omestic prod 


2 
jet, by industry of oriqin 


28 

— Domestic product by industry 

volume indexes (1961 -100) based 


on the 1960 


standard ind 


January, 1971 
ustrial classification 


quarterly 


real 

domestic 
product 


agriculture 


real domestic 
product less 
ogriculture 


forestry 




mines (inclu- 
ding milling), 

fishing quarries and 

and trapping oil wells total 


manufacturing 
non-durable 


durable 




electric 
power, 
gas and water 
construction utilities 


quarters 












1961 industry weights 














100.000 


4.557 


95. 443 


1.257 




0.262 4.298 24.741 


13.608 


11.133 




5.840 


2.812 


1968 
1969 


145.4 
152.8 


133.5 
145.2 


145.9 
153.1 


132.6 
138.9 




116.0 152.7 759.4 
104.7 149.8 768.5 


143.9 
152.0 


178.4 
188.7 




149.7 

153.9 


174.4 
190.4 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 
1968 4 148.5 82.0 151.7 133.4 85.4 157.5 767.0 148.6 189.5 157.7 188.1 



1969 1 


143.0 


66.5 


146.7 


126.2 


65.3 


154.7 


764.7 


146.1 


187.4 


124.8 


214.9 


2 


150.8 


86.8 


153.9 


133.5 


117.5 


150.4 


773.0 


153.1 


197.5 


155.6 


179.2 


3 


162.8 


352.3 


153.8 


152.1 


152.3 


138.2 


764.9 


153.6 


178.7 


178.9 


164.0 


4 


154.4 


75.1 


158.2 


143.6 


83.7 


155.9 


777.4 


155.2 


191.1 


156.4 


203.5 


1970 1 


148.2 


67.0 


152.1 


144.1 


58.7 


167.6 


766.2 


149.5 


186.7 


117.1 


235.8 


2 


156.2 


98.3 


158.9 


125.3 


91.6 


169.3 


772.8 


156.4 


192.8 


140.7 


195.7 


3 


165.3 


285.9 


159.6 


150.8 


181.1 


173.2 


762.4 


153.3 


173.5 


166.0 


176.2 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
1968 4 148.6 137.8 149.1 138.6 118.5 154.5 765.7 147.5 186.6 152.7 181.6 



1969 1 
2 
3 
4 

1970 1 
2 
3 


152.0 
151.8 
152.0 
155.0 

156.2 
156.0 
157.0 


147.0 
149.5 
139.8 
146.7 

131.0 
138.2 
131.5 


152 
151 
152 
155 

157 
156 
158 


2 
9 
6 

4 

4 

8 
2 


135 
144 
133 

146 

153 
134 
132 


2 
3 
1 
2 







117 

109 
103 
108 

104 

89 

105 


6 

6 
2 
3 

7 

2 
6 




159.4 
148.5 
138.0 
153.5 

171.8 
167.2 
175.1 


768. 7 
768.8 
767.8 
769.3 

769.8 
768.3 
765. 7 


150.6 
150.7 
153.0 
153.7 

154.1 

154.1 
151.9 


189.6 
190.9 
185.9 
188.3 

189.1 
185.7 
181.2 


155.3 
153.7 
154.4 
152.5 

146.5 
138.6 
141.2 


185.0 
187.1 
192.8 
196.6 

203.0 
204.7 
206.8 




trans 

and 


portation, storage 
communication 








trade 






finance, 


community, 
business and public 
e personal adminis- 
service tration 
te industries and defence 


special industry indexes 




commercial 
industries 

less 
agriculture 


non- 
commercial 
industries' 


index of 
industrial 
production 


averages or 
quarters 


total 


trans- 
portation 


storage 


total 


wholesale 




retai 


and 
real esta 


















1961 industry weights 














9.985 


7.039 


0.363 




12.721 




4.788 




7.932 


12.013 


13.789 


7.725 


79. 798 


15.645 


31.851 


1968 
1969 


750.2 
756.8 


153.0 
157.9 


107.6 
113.8 




740. 7 
746.0 




138.9 
146.1 




140. 
145. 


8 130.6 

9 136.7 


144.1 
156.5 


120.1 
122.3 


147.9 
154.8 


135.9 

144.8 


159.8 
167.9 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 
1968 4 754.3 156.0 115.1 755.8 143.0 163.5 131.7 146.1 118.0 154.7 136.3 167.6 



1969 1 


750.0 


150.0 


100.2 


732.0 


135.5 


129.9 


132.5 


149.6 


119.3 


148.1 


139.7 


167.8 


2 


755.0 


157.3 


114.5 


748.0 


150.1 


146.7 


136.2 


155.0 


122.6 


155.9 


143.8 


170.5 


3 


759.6 


162.9 


120.6 


742. 7 


146.4 


139.5 


138.8 


161.0 


126.2 


154.8 


148.4 


161.2 


4 


762.5 


161.6 


119.7 


767.8 


152.2 


167.6 


139.2 


160.2 


121.1 


160.3 


147.5 


172.1 


1970 1 


757.5 


156.3 


109.4 


733.8 


141.3 


129.3 


140.1 


161.9 


122.4 


152.4 


150.3 


172.5 


2 


768.8 


170.6 


128.5 


757.0 


157.6 


147.0 


143.3 


167.0 


127.2 


159.7 


155.1 


174.3 


3 


774.7 


177.0 


138.8 


149.8 


163.8 


141.3 


145.4 


170.7 


131.9 


159.5 


159.6 


165.1 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
1968 4 754.2 157.6 107.5 747.3 137.2 143.8 132.1 147.3 119.4 151.5 137.1 165.1 



1969 1 


757.7 


160.0 


110.8 


744.3 


141.8 


145.8 


133.9 


152.0 


121.8 


154.3 


141.7 


168.4 


2 


750.5 


150.2 


113.6 


744.8 


144.7 


144.9 


135.9 


154.6 


122.2 


153.6 


143.6 


167.7 


3 


753.4 


153.6 


117.8 


747.5 


149.4 


146.3 


137.4 


157.8 


122.4 


153.9 


145.7 


166.0 


4 


760.3 


160.4 


113.8 


747.2 


148.6 


146.4 


139.6 


161.4 


122.8 


156.7 


148.5 


169.5 


1970 1 


765.2 


166.3 


120.2 


745.8 


146.8 


145.2 


141.6 


164.4 


125.0 


158.4 


152.3 


173.0 


2 


763.9 


163.1 


124.1 


747.6 


151.1 


145.5 


143.0 


166.6 


126.8 


157.2 


154.9 


171.4 


3 


767.0 


166.5 


136.0 


754.9 


166.9 


147.7 


143.9 


167.5 


127.9 


158.5 


156.8 


170.1 



'Includes public administration and defence; hospitals; education; welfare, religious organizations, private households, miscellaneous services, highway 
and bridge maintenance, and water systems and other utilities. Sources: Index of Industrial Production (61-005), and "Indexes of Real Domestic Product by 

Industry - 1961 Base", Occasional, (61-506). For detailed description of concepts and methods see Indexes of Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, 

1935-61, (61-505) D. B. S. 



January, 1971 29 SECTION 3 

2 — Domestic product by industry TABLE 2.2 

Table 2. 2: industrial production, volume indexes (1 961 - 1 00) ', based on the 1 960 standard industrial classification 











mines (including milling), 


quarries 


ond oil wells 








manufacturing 










metal 


mines 




mineral fue 


Is 












placer 
















non-durables 




monthly 








gold 










crude 
























averages 








mines 




misc. 




1 


petroleum 


non-metals 






foods 


and beverages 


or months 


index of 
industrial 






& gold 




metal 






and 


except 


coal 
















dairy 








quartz 




mines. 






natural 












meat 




production 


total 


total 


mines 


iron 


n.e.s. 


total 


coal 


gas 


total 


asbestos 


total 


total 


total 


products 


products 
















base f 


leriod inc 


lustry wei 


ght 
















31.851 


4.298 


2.463 


.325 


.309 


1.829 


1.030 


.152 


.878 


.385 


.274 


24.741 


13.608 


3.547 


.546 


.524 


1968 


759.8 


752.7 


142.6 


58.8 


311.4 


129.0 


164.3 


96.6 


176.1 


196.1 


124.9 


759.4 


743.9 


139.8 


138.2 


137.0 


1969 


767.9 


749.8 


126.7 


52.4 


267.7 


116.1 


180.0 


93.3 


195.0 


221.6 


138.0 


768.5 


752.0 


143.4 


136.3 


141.0 
















unadjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 














1968 J 


748.7 


752.2 


147.2 


54.5 


355.9 


128.4 


159.6 


78.4 


173.6 


162.0 


112.8 


748.2 


736.4 


147.6 


128.0 


167.4 


A 


753.3 


757.8 


138.7 


56.8 


316.4 


123.2 


166.7 


74.7 


182.6 


192.0 


115.7 


753.9 


744.5 


159.9 


138.4 


163.4 


S 


764.5 


756.5 


146.0 


64.1 


343.0 


127.3 


163.8 


89.2 


176.7 


202.6 


126.9 


767.0 


749.5 


159.2 


147.1 


156.0 





767.7 


767.3 


153.8 


55.4 


363.4 


135.9 


161.9 


102.7 


172.2 


206.0 


130.0 


768.6 


749.5 


145.9 


153.9 


136.7 


N 


777.4 


757.2 


145.8 


56.5 


290.3 


137.2 


169.9 


106.8 


180.8 


204.4 


130.6 


777.9 


752. 7 


147.0 


153.7 


120.7 


D 


763.7 


754.0 


142.5 


57.1 


305.7 


130.1 


182.2 


104.1 


195.7 


182.6 


108.5 


760.5 


744.2 


131.5 


129.1 


112.9 


1969 J 


762.7 


750.5 


137.4 


56.6 


262.3 


130.6 


179.5 


109.1 


191.7 


190.9 


111.0 


757.3 


738.6 


116.5 


131.9 


97.7 


F 


769.0 


754.7 


139.7 


56.4 


290.5 


129.1 


185.0 


109.7 


198.0 


199.3 


129.1 


765.8 


748.2 


127.3 


135.5 


105.3 


M 


7 72.2 


759.0 


142.7 


56.1 


295.7 


132.3 


190.7 


107.7 


205.1 


209.2 


137.3 


770.9 


757.5 


131.2 


134.3 


122.7 


A 


768.6 


757.4 


145.1 


54.2 


288.7 


137.0 


171.2 


97.0 


184.0 


218.8 


143.6 


768.0 


748.6 


133.5 


130.3 


139.1 


M 


770.4 


749. 7 


134.8 


52.1 


214.4 


136.0 


155.2 


84.4 


167.5 


220.4 


138.1 


173.2 


752.7 


142.1 


131.2 


159.2 


J 


772.6 


744.8 


121.4 


56.1 


99.2 


136.7 


167.7 


83.7 


182.2 


221.1 


128.9 


777.9 


757.9 


158.7 


127.5 


190.9 


J 


754.5 


134.7 


107.5 


47.8 


167.9 


107.9 


173.7 


78.2 


190.2 


180.7 


133.0 


757.3 


745.9 


149.4 


122.1 


173.0 


A 


759.5 


734.2 


96.8 


48.5 


212.2 


85.8 


177.7 


62.6 


197.6 


231.0 


146.1 


763.6 


755.4 


163.7 


134.9 


171.4 


S 


769.7 


745.8 


113.1 


52.5 


326.1 


87.8 


182.3 


94.4 


197.5 


241.8 


149.2 


773.8 


759.3 


164.8 


148.7 


159.0 





770.8 


748.9 


116.2 


46.3 


372.6 


85.3 


181.4 


103.5 


194.9 


255.6 


160.5 


173.0 


758.0 


153.8 


153.0 


135.7 


N 


7 75.8 


755.2 


124.7 


52.5 


373.6 


95.5 


193.9 


100.6 


210.1 


249.2 


142.3 


776. 7 


758.3 


148.6 


155.5 


124.2 


D 


769.8 


763.7 


141.3 


49.8 


309.2 


129.2 


201.7 


88.8 


221.2 


241.0 


137.0 


765.0 


749.3 


131.3 


130.6 


114.0 


1970 J 


768.5 


762.5 


137.9 


52.8 


275.6 


129.8 


220.0 


101.8 


240.5 


215.5 


133.6 


767.0 


744.5 


122.6 


130.4 


106.8 


F 


776.3 


7 70.8 


145.5 


52.0 


291.4 


137.5 


220.4 


108.9 


239.7 


249.7 


156.9 


170.0 


752.9 


131.0 


131.2 


110.7 


M 


772.8 


769.4 


146.3 


50.8 


304.8 


136.5 


209.2 


115.9 


225.3 


256.4 


157.2 


767.6 


757.0 


131.5 


130.9 


122.6 


A 


7 74.0 


763.4 


147.0 


48.3 


308.2 


137.3 


176.9 


127.6 


185.4 


263.7 


156.1 


777.4 


753.7 


140.4 


141.8 


137.6 


M 


773.5 


170.7 


158.2 


51.3 


382.3 


139.3 


181.5 


132.7 


190.0 


254.1 


161.9 


777.8 


757.7 


148.1 


140.0 


162.9 


J 


775.6 


773.9 


160.2 


52.9 


359.7 


145.6 


196.2 


147.1 


204.7 


221.7 


150.1 


775.0 


758.5 


159.7 


134.9 


183.4 


J 


757.6 


768.5 


157.1 


46.3 


367.8 


141.1 


197.5 


129.7 


209.2 


180.6 


144.2 


754.2 


745.8 


154.8 


141.7 


165.3 


A 


764. 7 r 


777.2 


153.1 


43.6 


388.5 


132.8 


199.1 


145.8 


208.3 


230.7 


158.1 


762.4 , 


754.8, 


173.0, 


144.0 


166.9 


S 


777. 7, 


780. 7 r 


159. 6r 


44.9 


387.3 


141. 6r 


214.4, 


163.9 


223.2, 


245.7 


165.8 


768.9, 


757.3, 


167.4, 


160.9 


155.1 r 





772.0 


780. 7 


162.5 


46.2 


395.0 


143.9 


206.1 


160.7 


214.0 


242.2 


158.1 


767.6 


759.4 


154.7 


161.5 


132.1 
















adjusted for seasonal variation 














1968 J 


759.3 


753.5 


145.1 


56.1 


299.1 


134.9 


164.1 


104.5 


174.4 


189.9 


124.9 


758.0 


747.7 


135.5 


137.0 


130.0 


A 


759.6 


752.6 


141.5 


57.8 


298.5 


129.9 


168.8 


95.8 


181.4 


191.7 


116.1 


758.7 


740.3 


139.5 


139.4 


137.4 


S 


762.2 


752.7 


142.1 


64.0 


288.8 


131.2 


167.2 


89.0 


180.7 


192.3 


125.3 


762.2 


743.6 


142.2 


139.5 


137.7 





763.7 


754.0 


144.7 


55.7 


303.3 


133.7 


167.7 


92.5 


180.7 


186.7 


120.0 


763.7 


744.6 


138.4 


136.5 


136.8 


N 


765.7 


755. 7 


145. .4 


57.6 


296.6 


135.4 


170.2 


90.6 


184.0 


191.1 


123.0 


765.9 


748.0 


142.4 


132.1 


148.4 


D 


766.0 


754.4 


143.3 


57.1 


311.9 


130.1 


175.5 


98.6 


188.8 


187.1 


117.2 


765.7 


749.8 


143.3 


140.1 


140.5 


1969 J 


766. 7 


758.9 


148.8 


58.7 


322.7 


135.4 


172.5 


97.7 


185.4 


203.8 


125.1 


765.2 


748.0 


139.6 


134.6 


136.4 


F 


768.2 


758.9 


147.4 


55.1 


338.5 


131.5 


173.2 


98.7 


186.1 


207.3 


132.6 


767.9 


750.3 


145.5 


141.4 


140.5 


M 


777.7 


760.4 


144.8 


55.7 


322.0 


130.7 


183.0 


98.7 


197.6 


214.5 


134.6 


777.3 


753.5 


147.4 


138.4 


145.5 


A 


768.7 


758. 7 


143.6 


52.7 


316.9 


130.5 


176.6 


97.8 


190.3 


214.0 


135.5 


767.7 


749.9 


141.5 


134.6 


141.6 


M 


767.2 


745.0 


127.4 


51.8 


194.5 


129.5 


163.3 


88.6 


176.2 


209.0 


134.6 


768.8 


750.5 


141.0 


133.6 


143.5 


J 


767.8 


742.3 


116.6 


53.3 


85.4 


133.1 


173.7 


88.7 


188.4 


219.0 


123.1 


769.9 


757.6 


142.6 


133.0 


139.6 


J 


767.5 


737.2 


108.4 


49.9 


144.4 


112.7 


176.9 


95.8 


190.9 


206.4 


146.6 


769.9 


752.9 


141.8 


131.8 


138.6 


A 


764.4 


734.0 


98.1 


49.9 


201.9 


89.1 


178.9 


85.5 


195.1 


230.7 


146.7 


766.5 


752.7 


144. 1 


135.6 


143.6 


S 


766. 7 


742.7 


110.4 


51.2 


285.4 


91.3 


185.2 


95.0 


200.8 


232.3 


147.1 


766.9 


753.4 


146.1 


139.5 


140.3 





766.5 


744.5 


111.8 


47.7 


326.1 


86.9 


188.1 


95.1 


204.2 


236.6 


148.6 


767.0 


752.9 


144.7 


136.6 


137.1 


N 


769.9 


752.7 


122.9 


53.6 


359.0 


95.3 


194.2 


91.3 


212.0 


239.7 


138.5 


769.9 


754.0 


144.0 


136.0 


144.9 


D 


772.2 


763. 7 


140.6 


49.2 


315.7 


127.3 


194.0 


86.9 


212.5 


245.7 


143.1 


770.9 


754.2 


142.7 


140.6 


141.2 


1970 J 


772.5 


770.7 


149.5 


54.9 


337.3 


134.6 


212.3 


91.1 


233.2 


230.3 


150.6 


769.5 


754.5 


147.6 


133.2 


149.2 


F 


775. 7 


7 74.3 


153.1 


50.8 


337.2 


140.1 


206.5 


98.1 


225.3 


258.7 


161.1 


777.9 


754.8 


149.2 


136.8 


147.8 


M 


777.5 


770.6 


148.4 


50.4 


330.6 


135.0 


200.8 


106.5 


217.1 


263.9 


154.1 


768. 7 


752.8 


147.0 


134.7 


145.2 


A 


772.4 


764.2 


145.9 


47.0 


338.3 


130.9 


182.6 


128.5 


191.9 


258.0 


147.3 


770.0 


754.8 


148.4 


146.4 


140.0 


M 


770.5 


766.6 


149.0 


51.0 


349.1 


132.5 


190.8 


139.1 


199.8 


248.3 


157.7 


767.5 


755.0 


147.2 


142.4 


147.2 


J 


777.2 


170.8 


153.9 


50.3 


336.2 


141.5 


2 03.5 


155.9 


211.7 


218.8 


143.4 


767.4 


752.4 


144.1 


140.7 


134.1 


J 


770.0 


773.4 


159.4 


48.4 


347.0 


147.4 


202.3 


158.9 


209.8 


218.2 


150.2 


765.4 


752.0 


145.7 


153.0 


135.5 


A 


777.0, 


774.6 


160.4 


44.9 


359.7 


147.2 


200.4 


171.5 


205.4 


230.4 


158.7 


766.5, 


757.8, 


150.2, 


144.7 


139.9 


S 


769. Or 


778. 2 r 


157. 8r 


43.8 


339.4 


147. 4r 


217.7, 


165.1 


226.8, 


236.5 


163.5 


762. 9 , 


752.0, 


149.0, 


150.8 


140.6, 





768.6 


776.3 


158.7 


47.7 


344.4 


147.1 


213.0 


147.4 


224.3 


224.5 


146.6 


762.3 


754.4 


147.9 


144.3 


137.6 



'Sources: Index of Industrial Production (61-005) and "Index of Real Domestic Product by Industry - 1961 Base", Occasional (61-506). For detailed 

description of concepts and methods, see "Revised Index of Industrial Production, 1935-57", Reference Paper (61-502), D. B. S. 



SECTION 3 30 January, 1971 

TABLE 2. 2 - Cont. 2 -Domestic product by industry 

Table 2.2: industrial production, volume indexes (1961 -100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification —continued 

non-duroble manufacturing 
foods and beverages textile industries 



monthly beverage manufacturers leather industries cotton 

averages bakery other tobacco rubber yarn & synthetic 

or months grain prod- food soft distill- brew- products indus- shoe cloth textile knitting clothing 

mills ucts processors total drinks eries eries industries tries total factories total mills mills mills industries 

base period industry weight 

.211 .517 .561 .820 .234 .264 .298 .233 .411 .293 .195 .904 .211 .304 .218 .854 

1968 125.7 106.8 153.0 155.4 169.4 175.9 125.2 119.1 137.3 113.0 115.2 175.0 103.7 241.0 136.7 122.4 

1969 130.1 106.2 159.7 168.9 188.1 193.9 131.3 121.7 153.7 108.6 109.1 184.6 109.1 258.5 141.3 122.0 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1968 J 119.8 110.5 140.3 141.1 194.3 110.8 124.6 82.1 85.9 80.3 75.2 139.8 54.3 182.9 133.5 119.6 
A 123.4 110.5 150.5 181.2 222.6 182.3 149.3 110.3 91.6 115.0 119.6 177.0 100.4 245.1 141.6 126.5 
S 130.0 107.3 162.0 167.3 183.5 196.2 125.4 127.4 156.2 121.6 124.8 191.2 106.2 273.4 140.0 122.0 
128.4 109.5 172.0 156.0 137.4 214.4 113.7 130.8 147.1 117.6 120.6 188.1 107.5 260.5 144.9 125.0 
N 130.7 106.7 172.6 183.3 166.7 257.2 130.3 131.2 160.2 122.0 124.4 199.9 131.4 280.4 146.1 120.8 
D 134.5 104.9 157.3 155.8 171.1 172.6 127.4 106.5 154.8 101.3 98.8 188.2 100.2 278.7 140.7 116.9 

1969 J 124.2 103.1 154.3 112.3 128.6 142.0 68.6 114.8 130.7 110.6 108.9 180.8 112.8 249.6 137.7 121.4 
F 130.8 103.9 154.4 146.4 175.1 156.8 113.1 131.8 161.8 126.4 131.4 192.1 122.1 272.3 140.0 125.5 
M 128.8 102.5 157.6 153.7 151.8 184.8 127.5 137.1 169.7 124.1 128.2 186.4 118.4 258.9 140.3 125.2 
A 121.1 102.6 141.2 165.9 185.6 180.8 138.1 130.3 163.4 115.4 116.1 192.8 116.2 269.9 140.9 121.2 
M 129.5 103.3 144.9 171.3 181.3 191.3 146.0 124.1 150.1 111.5 109.1 199.9 125.0 275.9 141.3 121.0 
J 129.7 111.3 160.7 198.1 225.7 215.5 164.0 131.4 163.5 110.3 109.8 190.9 108.5 262.0 141.6 120.0 
J 119.9 110.4 151.9 160.3 216.3 116.4 155.6 85.1 122.0 84.6 80.1 158.9 71.8 222.0 140.5 116.8 
A 129.2 110.0 160.6 199.8 254.8 212.4 148.1 107.8 111.5 111.7 116.7 180.6 101.0 252.3 145.4 128.0 
S 134.8 108.6 168.8 198.4 208.3 253.4 138.0 129.9 159.8 106.5 109.1 186.3 107.1 260.2 141.9 123.6 
136.4 109.8 178.2 190.6 169.0 285.9 120.8 128.5 160.4 104.7 106.0 185.7 119.1 262.7 144.5 125.7 
N 140.8 106.5 178.9 181.9 176.7 239.6 136.2 131.5 188.9 107.8 107.8 189.0 112.0 272.5 143.2 119.9 
D 135.3 102.3 165.0 148.2 183.9 147.8 119.7 108.1 162.6 90.1 85.9 171.4 95.3 243.8 138.3 115.7 

1970 J 133.3 101.3 161.9 129.2 173.9 139.4 83.2 122.9 136.7 96.1 95.5 184.7 105.2 273.7 139.7 123.2 
F 144.3 103.2 168.7 150.7 196.9 159.6 106.9 130.8 189.8 111.3 116.6 184.5 112.7 266.9 142.3 127.0 
M 137.2 103.0 157.5 156.4 161.4 179.0 132.8 116.3 159.7 104.4 108.9 179.3 102.2 260.8 137.1 120.9 
A 138.2 102.6 160.1 173.3 189.6 187.1 148.8 135.4 152.2 101.4 102.2 188.7 105.5 277.5 135.1 117.0 
M 150.3 106.3 163.7 172.4 197.3 173.6 152.6 143.1 160.4 96.2 93.7 186.6 110.5 259.0 136.3 119.3 
J 145.1 110.4 164.5 202.6 228.3 210.3 178.6 143.4 171.7 99.6 99.8 187.9 96.2 264.4 132.7 120.0 
J 137.3 105.3 150.9 168.8 245.1 102.0 169.2 78.9 135.2 74.7 66.9 150.9 65.7 216.4 127.4 110.6 
A 142.6 106. 4r 166. 8r 204.0 263.7 196.1 167.2 124.5 121.1 105.9,106.0 173. 7r 94.0 250.9 138.1 r 124. Or 
S 148.8rl06.3r 168.5r201.9r 229.4 234.1 145.2 146.3 171.7 105. 5r 105.4 181. 2 r 102.8 260.9, 137. 7r 122.0, 
143.4 104.5 179.2 188.8 183.2 276.5 112.7 135.7 167.5 107.4 107.9 184.9 104.6 279.6 138.9 122.0 



1968 



1969 



1970 J 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



J 


124.2 


106.2 


149.6 


145.7 


157.8 


188.4 


96.6 


117.7 


110.9 


113.9 


115.6 


172.7 


91.2 


240.6 


135.3 


122.6 


A 


126.1 


107.4 


150.5 


160.0 


178.9 


173.1 


132.6 


110.8 


119.5 


111.6 


115.9 


181.2 


108.8 


251.9 


137.2 


121.7 


S 


128.0 


104.8 


155.7 


159.2 


170.9 


169.9 


142.1 


122.2 


150.3 


115.1 


116.8 


180.0 


94.9 


259.6 


138.1 


120.2 





124.6 


107. 1 


153.6 


148.1 


165.5 


160.2 


122.3 


126.4 


138.1 


114.6 


117.4 


180.1 


96.7 


255.5 


140.7 


122.2 


N 


126.5 


106.9 


153.9 


161.1 


172.6 


187.6 


127.0 


122.8 


143.6 


117.9 


121.3 


188.1 


111.2 


267.0 


142.5 


122.1 


D 


131.6 


107.8 


150.8 


163.6 


179.7 


179.8 


135.4 


118.7 


149.3 


110.5 


111.6 


181.5 


97.5 


259.4 


143.4 


121.8 


J 


124.0 


107.1 


164.6 


151.8 


171.9 


177.5 


110.5 


115.7 


144.7 


112.4 


112.7 


185.7 


112.5 


257.2 


141.1 


121.5 


F 


128.8 


107.3 


160.0 


170.6 


190.8 


179.7 


145.5 


122.3 


145.4 


112.8 


113.6 


187.5 


107.9 


263.7 


140.7 


121.5 


M 


128.5 


105.6 


168.6 


172.9 


196.2 


196.1 


133.5 


131.2 


156.7 


113.4 


113.3 


187.3 


111.5 


260.3 


142.0 


122.5 


A 


127.3 


106.3 


147.9 


169.1 


197.9 


186.6 


130.1 


126.1 


153.2 


112.0 


111.5 


194.6 


116.0 


266.6 


142.2 


122.4 


M 


131.5 


103.2 


149.3 


167.2 


178.7 


195.7 


131.2 


122.2 


158.6 


113.5 


112.2 


195.3 


120.0 


277.1 


143.3 


123.2 


J 


129.3 


106.9 


158.9 


169.2 


181.8 


197.3 


133.9 


116.3 


158.9 


109.3 


109.2 


186.8 


112.8 


259.5 


142.2 


123.2 


J 


125.6 


106.5 


162.4 


169.0 


180.8 


209.1 


124.9 


122.8 


159.0 


116.6 


118.0 


186.4 


116.8 


257.1 


142.5 


119.8 


A 


131.9 


106.7 


160.7 


174.9 


196.0 


204.1 


132.6 


112.0 


147.6 


109. 1 


112.2 


183.5 


108.8 


254.6 


141.5 


123.1 


S 


133.6 


106.0 


162.3 


179.9 


192.0 


216.3 


138.5 


123.7 


147.5 


101.0 


102.2 


177.6 


99.5 


249.6 


140.4 


121.7 





132.7 


107.0 


160.4 


178.3 


196.3 


212.7 


134.7 


123.6 


151.0 


102.4 


103.6 


178.0 


105.5 


254.9 


140.4 


122.7 


N 


135.1 


106.5 


161.1 


164.3 


183.4 


183.7 


132.6 


122.4 


168.4 


102.5 


103.0 


178.0 


96.5 


256.4 


139.5 


121.5 


D 


131.8 


105.5 


160.5 


159.7 


191.1 


167.8 


127.6 


121.8 


153.5 


99.9 


99.2 


174.4 


101.3 


245.6 


140.2 


121.0 


J 


132.9 


105.2 


172.0 


176.2 


233.1 


174.2 


133.9 


123.6 


151.6 


97.6 


98.9 


189.8 


105.0 


282.8 


143.2 


123.3 


F 


142.4 


106.6 


174.5 


175.0 


214.8 


183.0 


137.6 


121.2 


170.9 


99.8 


100.8 


180.1 


99.8 


258.4 


143.0 


122.9 


M 


136.8 


106.0 


166.0 


176.0 


208.3 


189.0 


139.4 


111.3 


147.3 


95.4 


96.3 


180.3 


96.5 


262.4 


138.8 


118.4 


A 


143.6 


106.3 


167.9 


175.6 


201.1 


191.8 


140.1 


125.4 


142.6 


98.5 


98.3 


188.6 


105.2 


273.7 


136.2 


118.1 


M 


151.8 


106.1 


169.6 


167.9 


195.0 


177.3 


137.2 


141.2 


170.1 


96.9 


96.4 


182.6 


105.6 


260.0 


138.1 


121.4 


J 


144.5 


106.1 


162.7 


171.1 


183.5 


192.4 


141.7 


126.9 


167.1 


99.0 


99.2 


183.8 


99.9 


261.8 


133.2 


123.1 


J 


145.4 


101.6 


160.2 


172.4 


205.5 


183.1 


137.6 


114.2 


176.3 


100.8 


98.5 


175.5 


102.7 


250.8 


129.2 


117.3 


A 


145.5 


1 03 . 2 r 


167.3 , 


178.0 


202.6 


189.0 


149.4 


129.4 


160.9 


1 04 . r 


101.9 


176. 6r 


101.3 


253.1 


134.5, 


118.7, 



147.7,103.7, 162.7,180.9, 211.8 191.9 145.2 139.4 158.6 100.0, 98.7 175.0, 96.0 257.1, 136.2,120.2, 
139.7 101.8 165.8 177.3 212.3 197.5 132.6 130.5 157.6 105.1 105.5 175.8 92.5 263.8 135.0 119.3 



Jonuary, 1971 31 SECTION 3 

2 — Domestic product by industry TABLE 2. 2 — Cont. 

Table 2.2: industr ia I production, volume indexes (1961 -100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification —continued 

non-durable manufacturing 



paper & allied industries durable manufacturing 



paper printing, chemical and chemical products wood industries 

monthly box publish- 

averages & bag ing and petroleum pharmo soap & misc. veneer 

or months pulp & and other allied and coal ceuticals paint cleaning mfg. sawmills & ply- furniture & 

paper paper indus- products and and com- industrial indus- & planing wood fixture 

total mills converters tries industries total medicines varnish pounds chemicals tries total total mills mills industries 

base period industry weight 

2.675 Z170 .453 1.353 .583 1.682 .215 .150 .148 .660 .855 11.133 1.117 .678 .153 .448 

1968 136.7 135.1 142.4 138.0 143.2 165.2 195.7 126.6 144.3 180.9 161.8 778.4 143.9 151.7 154.7 152.9 

1969 152.0 152.0 151.6 143.0 149.0 172.3 204.1 130.0 148.9 189.1 181.5 788.7 146.6 154.5 155.7 161.7 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 J 


130.5 


127.3 


141.5 


129.2 


151.6 


149.4 


175.0 


136.7 


114.5 


158.7 


156.9 


762.6 


140.6 


150.8 


129.4 


146.4 


A 


128.2 


123.1 


146.2 


129.8 


147.4 


153.9 


178.9 


134.7 


117.6 


166.3 


164.2 


765.4 


151.3 


160.9 


150.3 


157.0 


S 


128.7 


123.6 


147.2 


136.6 


135.2 


167.3 


204.1 


132.2 


149.3 


184.8 


167.6 


788.3 


156.0 


167.7 


163.1 


160.9 





140.6 


137.8 


148.0 


141.8 


142.4 


168.9 


194.1 


120.0 


151.5 


189.6 


172.8 


7 92.7 


153.8 


164.2 


167.8 


163.0 


N 


144.4 


143.4 


147.7 


147.6 


144.1 


169.0 


202.2 


109.1 


163.1 


187.8 


171.9 


796. 7 


149.0 


156.1 


169.0 


163.4 


D 


141.4 


141.0 


146.0 


143.7 


154.8 


162.5 


167.7 


87.5 


149.7 


190.5 


163.9 


780.5 


130.9 


134.2 


140.0 


157.3 


1969 J 


138.0 


137.2 


143.9 


131.3 


151.5 


170.0 


226.1 


92.8 


157.6 


188.0 


165.2 


780.3 


121.8 


121.2 


138.8 


152.6 


F 


150.7 


152.0 


146.3 


138.8 


154.9 


175.0 


215.3 


128.5 


170.4 


190.1 


169.1 


787.2 


150.5 


162.9 


162.8 


156.5 


M 


156.1 


157.5 


150.6 


147.3 


152.3 


177.4 


217.2 


143.0 


156.3 


193.0 


173.4 


194.6 


162.8 


178.6 


175.2 


155.3 


A 


145.9 


144.9 


149.9 


144.1 


131.7 


176.9 


190.6 


150.6 


146.5 


200.0 


174.3 


797.7 


154.3 


166.7 


161.5 


156.7 


M 


152.7 


152.1 


153.4 


148.8 


122.6 


179.8 


191.3 


160.7 


133.7 


198.6 


177.7 


798.4 


156.5 


167.2 


168.2 


155.6 


J 


155.1 


154.0 


156.8 


147.5 


142.4 


177.6 


195.0 


166.6 


151.3 


191.0 


179.9 


202.3 


158.7 


171.1 


158.7 


161.3 


J 


145.8 


144.4 


151.2 


132.6 


158.4 


164.0 


187.7 


136.9 


115.3 


185.0 


174.5 


171.3 


135.1 


136.8 


136.5 


158.0 


A 


154.6 


154.6 


152.6 


143.8 


163.0 


159.2 


186.8 


135.9 


127.1 


170.4 


186.1 


173.2 


151.0 


159.9 


151.4 


168.9 


S 


151.6 


149.6 


157.3 


151.1 


147.5 


171.4 


217.7 


129.6 


150.0 


184.2 


194.4 


797.6 


151.8 


161.0 


154.8 


171.3 





156.3 


155.4 


157.2 


153.2 


144.0 


174.3 


211.7 


119.2 


168.5 


188.4 


196.9 


797.4 


144.1 


147.5 


162.2 


171.1 


N 


158.5 


160.4 


150.8 


153.1 


157.1 


173.5 


222.2 


110.7 


164.7 


185.6 


197.1 


797.9 


140.2 


142.2 


161.9 


169.5 


D 


158.7 


162.1 


149.0 


146.6 


162.7 


169.0 


187.7 


85.4 


145.4 


194.9 


189.3 


784.0 


132.2 


138.9 


136.4 


163.7 


1970 J 


146.8 


148.3 


146.3 


132.9 


162.1 


173.5 


238.0 


90.4 


159.0 


189.3 


184.7 


787.2 


135.1 


140.4 


158.3 


156.1 


F 


156.1 


158.6 


149.3 


138.5 


162.2 


183.5 


236.4 


118.6 


177.6 


200.4 


187.5 


790.8 


152.4 


164.4 


169.7 


152.6 


M 


158.0 


161.6 


145.6 


144.5 


154.8 


181.3 


239.4 


121.6 


163.6 


195.3 


182.9 


788.0 


148.8 


161.1 


164.6 


147.4 


A 


153.2 


154.6 


149.8 


149.0 


141.6 


189.0 


242.8 


139.7 


190.3 


204.3 


184.6 


793. 7 


146.4 


158.4 


159.8 


144.2 


M 


154.8 


155.3 


153.1 


154.0 


149.5 


186.1 


219.2 


148.3 


143.1 


201.3 


189.1 


789.9 


132.3 


139.1 


137.9 


143.9 


J 


147.7 


146.0 


152.6 


153.1 


158.4 


178.3 


200.2 


155.7 


135.7 


192.0 


188.8 


795.2 


138.5 


147.5 


134.6 


146.5 


J 


138.3 


136.8 


145.8 


139.4 


161.1 


161.6 


233.5 


131.3 


97.7 


164.3 


181.7 


164.4 


132.1 


140.7 


123.0 


142.1 


A 


136.0 


132.1 


150. 9, 


141.5, 


166.2 


160. 8r 


224.5 


128.2 


129.3 


159.2 


196.3r 


171.7 r 


141 .6 r 


151.9 


137.0 


154.1 


S 


136. 2r 


131.4 


153.8 r 


144. 3r 


162.3 r 


172.1 


241.3 


121.3 


143.7 


185.0 


199. 3r 


783. Or 


143.1 r 


153. 4r 


142.4 


154.6 





150.7 


149.8 


150.6 


157.0 


162.7 


181.2 


241.9 


117.4 


170.7 


198.9 


200.5 


177.6 


143.2 


154.1 


150.5 


155.8 



adjusted for seasonal variation 

1968 J 135.0 133.0 142.7 138.9 146.5 166.8 215.9 124.9 148.4 180.5 159.0 778.0 139.0 145.0 150.7 148.2 
A 125.9 122.2 142.1 136.6 144.6 158.7 191.6 128.3 132.7 171.0 159.5 787.2 144.3 151.8 154.9 152.0 
S 129.6 126.3 142.5 137.5 135.7 167.0 195.7 130.1 148.9 186.5 161.8 784.8 146.0 153.9 160.7 154.3 
136.4 134.1 143.4 138.5 145.0 167.1 189.3 131.1 135.8 188.2 165.7 787.0 155.2 169.2 161.3 155.3 
N 141.0 139.5 145.0 141.7 143.5 169.6 202.4 130.3 157.9 184.6 167.5 787.8 158.2 173.4 164.3 156.7 
D 149.8 149.9 147.8 144.4 146.6 168.9 187.3 129.9 161.6 185.2 168.7 785.0 150.4 159.8 155.6 156.1 

1969 J 145.1 144.0 147.9 139.6 150.1 170.9 199.3 127.1 147.4 189.2 169.9 786.3 137.3 140.7 153.5 158.4 
F 147.5 146.5 150.7 139.3 149.9 170.2 188.9 139.1 152.5 186.1 172.7 789.3 144.6 152.6 158.1 160.1 
M 153.8 153.5 153.2 143.9 149.8 171.9 202.7 134.5 152.2 186.9 175.7 793.7 154.8 166.7 162.2 160.4 
A 146.5 144.8 152.6 139.6 141.5 170.5 188.6 128.3 143.5 192.2 176.5 789.5 157.2 171.7 155.3 160.4 
M 148.6 147.4 154.0 142.2 136.7 169.9 195.6 130.5 141.1 187.5 179.1 797.7 150.9 159.9 159.6 160.8 
J 152.9 152.6 154.6 144.1 141.0 171.5 195.8 129.4 146.4 189.4 179.7 792.2 144.9 151.1 152.8 162.5 
J 152.2 151.9 153.0 143.6 151.9 181.5 220.3 126.1 147.6 209.9 178.5 790.7 136.3 136.6 154.7 160.8 
A 153.6 154.7 148.8 150.5 157.1 169.0 203.2 128.3 147.7 184.5 182.4 783.5 144.0 151.6 151.7 163.5 
S 154.5 154.8 152.8 150.6 150.5 172.2 209.9 127.9 150.3 186.9 188.2 783.5 143.5 150.6 149.9 164.0 
O 153.4 153.5 152.6 149.2 148.1 172.6 212.4 130.2 151.9 185.7 189.0 784.7 147.1 155.1 154.7 163.4 
N 156.2 157.9 148.8 147.1 155.4 173.4 219.3 130.5 152.4 183.6 191.5 789.2 146.4 154.4 155.9 162.9 
D 160.0 162.6 150.3 148.7 155.7 174.7 213.4 127.9 154.1 187.6 193.6 797.4 152.0 163.3 160.1 163.1 

1970 J 154.0 155.5 150.3 141.2 160.8 173.9 209.1 124.1 148.6 190.3 190.0 787.8 152.8 163.1 175.4 162.1 
F 152.4 152.7 153.8 139.1 157.0 178.1 207.0 128.2 159.0 196.3 191.3 792.9 146.6 154.2 165.1 156.0 
M 155.5 157.5 147.9 141.2 152.0 175.7 223.1 114.4 158.8 189.3 185.3 786.7 141.6 150.4 152.4 152.3 
A 153.6 154.3 152.6 144.5 152.3 182.4 239.2 119.2 186.9 196.0 186.9 788.6 140.8 149.4 153.7 147.6 
M 150.5 150.3 153.6 147.3 166.9 175.7 223.9 120.8 151.3 189.7 190.4 782.8 127.6 132.9 130.7 148.6 
J 145.5 144.7 150.5 149.5 156.7 173.3 212.4 120.9 131.4 190.4 188.6 785.8 129.5 135.3 129.4 147.5 
J 144.4 143.9 147.6 151.4 154.3 176.1 253.8 120.9 124.8 186.7 186.0 787.7 133.3 140.7 139.5 146.5 
A 135.1 132.4 147.1 r 147. 8r 160.1 176. 6r 245.0 120.8 150.5 185.1 192.5r784.4r 134.9,144.0 137.4 149.2 

S 138.6,136.2 149.5,146.8, 165.8, 173.3,232.4 119.5 144.3 187.9 192.9,776.2, 135.3,143.5, 137.8 148.1, 

147.9 148.1 146.2 148.4 167.4 179.3 243.4 122.3 154.2 195.9 192.4 772.7 146.7 162.3 143.5 148.8 



SECTION 3 














32 














January, 1971 


TABLE 2 


2 - Cont. 








2- 


Domestic product by industry 


















Table 


2.2:indostr ial production. 


volume 


ndexes (1961 -100), based on the 


1 960 standard in 


dustrial 


classification —continued 






M.. 














d 


jrable manufacturir 


9 


















primary 


metal in 


dustries 




metal fabricating (ex mach. & transportation equiprr 


ent) 


machiner 


tran 


sp. equipr 










fabri- 


orna- 
mental & 






hard- 


nent 


mon 


nly 
















metal 




1 






averages 




iron & 


steel pipe 




smelting 




boiler 


cated 


architec- 


stamping, 


wire 


ware, 


(except 




aircraft 




or months 




steel 


& tube 


iron 


and 




& plate 


structura 


tural 


pressing 


6\ wire 


tool & 


elec- 




and 


motor 






total 


mills 


mills 


foundries 


refining 


total 


works 


metal 


metal 


&coating 


products 


cutlery 


trical) 


total 


parts 


vehicles 
















base period industry weight 
















2.256 


1.007 


.126 


.136 


.786 


1.857 


.078 


.259 


.168 


.458 


.250 


.165 


.995 


2.001 


.486 


.788 


1968 




153.0 


169.7 


174.4 


139.4 


123.7 


162.9 


171.8 


152.7 


143.5 


171.9 


165.4 


181.6 


198.7 


243.1 


142.4 


322.4 


1969 




152.9 


166.6 


159.0 


139.9 


125.0 


169.9 


177.1 


169.0 


149.4 


179.6 


159.9 


195.2 


215.5 


265.7 


136.6 


369.2 


















unadju 


sted for seasonal v 


ari ation 














1968 


j 


145.4 


155.9 


196.2 


112.7 


122.0 


160.3 


172.3 


156.9 


150.3 


173.4 


149.7 


169.6 


198.6 


181.1 


122.8 


214.9 




A 


146.5 


162.9 


153.7 


113.5 


120.7 


168.6 


180.1 


157.0 


158.6 


181.6 


177.2 


176.0 


202.0 


157.5 


136.5 


111.2 




S 


153.8 


173.6 


125.5 


158.9 


124.6 


172.1 


184.8 


166.4 


159.5 


183.4 


180.4 


183.6 


204.3 


259.0 


145.6 


352.7 







155.2 


173.6 


139.5 


166.2 


125.0 


169.4 


179.0 


161.8 


155.2 


178.4 


177.8 


186.6 


199.0 


282.8 


140.9 


411.8 




N 


160.4 


180.5 


156.8 


157.5 


128.4 


170.5 


187.3 


158.2 


155.2 


178.4 


181.6 


191.7 


203.7 


297.3 


141.6 


444.2 




D 


153.6 


168.2 


149.1 


144.9 


127.6 


163.2 


181.9 


148.0 


146.8 


172.9 


151.8 


190.9 


204.2 


256.9 


142.0 


343.1 


1969 


J 


155.4 


169.9 


153.2 


143.3 


131.4 


160.6 


173.3 


154.1 


133.9 


171.1 


150.1 


186.3 


207.0 


269.7 


136.7 


385.5 




F 


165.9 


189.2 


166.2 


148.0 


134.6 


167.4 


174.2 


161.7 


140.7 


176.5 


172.3 


188.6 


211.9 


257.6 


137.0 


352.8 




M 


171.1 


193.6 


219.8 


153.1 


131.5 


170.1 


169.9 


160.5 


142.2 


181.1 


180.1 


194.9 


215.5 


279.9 


137.6 


404.8 




A 


171.5 


198.0 


183.5 


138.3 


134.6 


169.0 


173.9 


165.0 


149.3 


175.2 


175.7 


192.7 


214.2 


269.0 


119.5 


388.3 




M 


170.5 


192.1 


201.6 


143.3 


134.3 


173.1 


177.7 


164.3 


145.6 


186.8 


176.2 


197.9 


213.8 


291.2 


127.6 


434.2 




J 


174.6 


199.1 


206.6 


143.5 


136.1 


174.9 


176.9 


163.8 


153.8 


187.2 


181.8 


193.9 


215.4 


293.1 


132.5 


445.2 




J 


157.2 


185.9 


168.0 


102.6 


116.5 


170.8 


177.2 


171.6 


148.1 


181.0 


168.3 


189.7 


211.0 


185.2 


134.8 


174.7 




A 


119.8 


111.0 


132.4 


115.9 


108.6 


169.3 


175.0 


182.1 


156.0 


182.2 


135.6 


190.3 


215.4 


206.0 


133.8 


217.1 




S 


116.7 


101.8 


117.5 


146.8 


108.3 


172.1 


183.0 


184.0 


162.9 


187.0 


121.1 


201.6 


218.3 


293.9 


146.4 


420.6 







123.2 


114.3 


106.3 


162.1 


110.0 


171.6 


188.5 


177.5 


154.0 


181.2 


143.5 


200.9 


221.5 


292.5 


142.9 


429.1 




N 


150.2 


169.5 


115.3 


159.7 


117.0 


174.0 


182.2 


177.8 


156.7 


177.0 


166.9 


202.8 


220.6 


297.9 


144.7 


444.9 




D 


158.4 


174.6 


137.6 


122.2 


137.1 


166.1 


173.5 


165.6 


149.6 


168.9 


147.2 


202.8 


221.1 


252.4 


145.7 


333.2 


1970 


J 


164.8 


186.9 


156.4 


115.6 


137.8 


164.4 


159.1 


160.8 


141.4 


171.5 


150.1 


201.0 


219.4 


243.1 


143.9 


333.4 




F 


176.0 


200.3 


212.2 


126.3 


140.9 


166.5 


175.3 


163.0 


134.8 


170.9 


168.6 


203.8 


224.8 


258.8 


139.7 


369.8 




M 


174.5 


198.6 


210.9 


120.6 


141.4 


162.9 


169.6 


159.0 


133.3 


170.4 


159.2 


203.0 


223.4 


256.5 


134.8 


366.5 




A 


173.8 


194.0 


210.2 


126.8 


144.6 


167.8 


170.3 


173.9 


141.5 


172.1 


166.3 


202.8 


223.0 


281.7 


126.5 


431.9 




M 


166.7 


184.2 


167.7 


123.6 


144.1 


170.6 


178.6 


181.0 


143.9 


169.8 


180.1 


197.5 


213.3 


285.4 


121.3 


440.8 




J 


174.2 


198.6 


186.7 


105.1 


145.9 


173.5 


180.1 


194.5 


148.4 


179.7 


167.5 


191.6 


219.5 


289.3 


117.2 


445.4 




J 


149.6 


169.8 


145.9 


79.4 


127.7 


160.2 


173.1 


180.9 


145.8 


167.3 


136.7 


178.2 


211.4 


184.7 


104.2 


199.4 




A 


154. 1 r 


180.6 


185.6 


92.7 


115.1 


172. 4r 


175. 8r 


200. 3 i 


154.1 r 


179. 7r 


154.9 


185.9, 


213.1 


180.5, 


106. 5r 


167.7 




S 


161.6 r 


191.8 


177.0 


124.4 


119.2 


175. 7, 


179.1 , 


199.4r 


162. 5r 


175.7, 


174.6 


187.5, 


215.1 , 


221.0, 


109.0, 


282.3 







151.0 


171.4 


152.8 


112.2 


121.8 


171.0 


178.8 


183.9 


163.2 


174.4 


168.8 


182.3 


207.4 


209.3 


108.9 


269.5 



odjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 J 


151.8 


165.8 


196.3 


133.5 


122.8 


162.8 


168.9 


151.4 


146.1 


165.1 


180.0 


180.6 


190.2 


246.4 


137.2 


336.4 


J 


154.9 


166.5 


194.1 


149.0 


128.9 


163.2 


174.2 


153.8 


144.9 


171.5 


170.4 


176.0 


202.0 


241.3 


128.4 


338.5 


A 


153.1 


169.4 


157.0 


148.4 


125.3 


164.2 


177.5 


151.3 


146.0 


175.4 


172.5 


179.4 


203.7 


252.4 


137.8 


350.3 


S 


156.1 


174.4 


167.3 


147.6 


125.9 


166.1 


178.3 


154.9 


149.2 


178.4 


170.1 


184.9 


203.2 


265.2 


148.8 


374.3 





157.0 


174.5 


178.6 


154.2 


125.8 


165.6 


168.3 


154.4 


142.4 


180.1 


172.6 


186.8 


198.9 


274.3 


139.6 


399.2 


N 


159.8 


181.1 


162.9 


149.2 


127.3 


168.2 


179.8 


153.3 


145.6 


180.6 


178.9 


189.7 


202.4 


265.5 


138.0 


376.3 


D 


160.2 


184.0 


161.7 


144.9 


125.1 


168.7 


180.2 


154.1 


144.7 


179.6 


176.4 


190.5 


203.9 


254.0 


137.8 


345.8 


1969 J 


159.5 


177.9 


155.5 


143.1 


132.2 


168.4 


179.2 


163. 1 


147.7 


178.7 


168.3 


187.1 


207.4 


265.7 


135.0 


370.9 


F 


163.6 


185.7 


168.5 


140.7 


132.8 


170.7 


178.8 


167.5 


152.5 


181.0 


172.1 


187.4 


210.2 


262.6 


134.4 


361.4 


M 


163.9 


183.7 


183.5 


144.4 


130.1 


172.6 


176.9 


168.7 


154.8 


184.3 


172.3 


192.3 


214.4 


270.7 


136.2 


380.7 


A 


164.3 


187. 1 


171.8 


134.3 


130.7 


170.1 


175.2 


168.6 


158.7 


176.9 


170.0 


191.6 


212.8 


254.2 


121.5 


349.7 


M 


162.4 


179.3 


168.3 


145.7 


131.9 


171.8 


185.8 


166.0 


152.4 


183.5 


165.2 


194.8 


214.0 


262.4 


131.7 


359.9 


J 


169.6 


191.5 


173.0 


146.4 


136.3 


169.9 


180.0 


161.3 


150.3 


181.3 


162.9 


192.9 


214.9 


262.7 


135.4 


366.0 


J 


166.7 


199.3 


164.2 


137.3 


120.8 


174.4 


177.5 


168.8 


143.3 


180.2 


190.0 


196.8 


214.5 


262.0 


141.0 


350.7 


A 


126.5 


117.2 


147.3 


146.8 


112.4 


165.3 


171.8 


176.4 


144.2 


175.7 


132.2 


196.0 


216.1 


270.4 


135.9 


378.1 


S 


119.3 


103.4 


157.0 


136.9 


109.4 


165.8 


176.5 


171.3 


151.8 


180.7 


113.7 


201.7 


218.7 


275.7 


144.8 


385.4 





124.5 


115.0 


145.8 


139.7 


111.5 


168.2 


176.9 


170.2 


143.7 


181.5 


141.3 


200.9 


221.3 


270.6 


141.5 


383.0 


N 


149.1 


169.5 


124.9 


138.9 


116.6 


171.1 


175.5 


172.9 


147.4 


177.4 


163.2 


199.9 


219.9 


267.9 


140.7 


377.9 


D 


165.1 


189.3 


148.2 


124.9 


135.4 


170.8 


171.9 


172.8 


148.1 


173.9 


167.7 


201.1 


221.3 


263.3 


140.7 


366.5 


1970 J 


169.0 


195.3 


158.5 


115.8 


138.3 


172.5 


164.5 


170.2 


156.3 


179.2 


168.9 


201.8 


220.0 


240.3 


142.0 


321.5 


F 


173.2 


195.8 


215.2 


119.9 


138.8 


169.6 


179.8 


168.9 


145.9 


175.2 


168.4 


202.4 


223.2 


265.3 


136.9 


381.2 


M 


167.0 


187.7 


175.2 


114.2 


139.9 


165.4 


176.7 


167.0 


145.1 


173.5 


152.5 


200.4 


222.9 


249.6 


133.4 


347.1 


A 


165.8 


182.6 


189.4 


122.9 


140.4 


169.0 


171.5 


177.6 


150.4 


173.9 


160.8 


201.8 


222.1 


260.3 


128.7 


375.6 


M 


159.4 


171.8 


149.7 


126.0 


141.4 


169.1 


182.3 


183.0 


150.6 


166.7 


168.8 


194.4 


213.7 


256.3 


125.3 


364.6 


J 


169.2 


190.8 


156.9 


107.7 


146.0 


168.8 


183.6 


191.7 


144.9 


174.1 


149.9 


190.8 


218.9 


259.0 


119.8 


366.3 


J 


158.0 


181.6 


142.5 


106.4 


132.2 


163.2 


173.2 


177.9 


141.1 


166.6 


154.5 


184.9 


214.5 


253.7 


109.0 


362.5 


A 


162.4, 


190.5 


206.9 


117.1 


119.0 


168.8, 


172.5, 


1 94 . 1 , 


148.1 , 


173.2, 


151.0 


191.6, 


218.8 


252.2, 


108.2, 


349.3 


S 


166.0, 


194.5 


238.3 


116.1 


120.2 


168.9, 


1 72 . 9 , 


185.5, 


151.4, 


169.8, 


163.8 


187.3, 


215.2, 


2 06.5, 


107.7, 


255.7 


O 


154.2 


172.5 


209.5 


96.3 


123.4 


167.6 


167.9 


176.3 


152.5 


174.6 


166.4 


182.3 


207.2 


194.2 


107.9 


239.3 



Januory, 1971 



33 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 2.2-Concl. 



2 — Domestic product by industry 
Table 2.2: industrial production, volume indexes (1961*100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification — concluded 

durable manufacturing 



transp. equipment 



electrical products industries 



motor 
monthly vehicle ship- 
averages parts & railroad building 
or months access- rolling and 



ma|or 
appliances house- communi- 
(electric hold radio cations elect. 
& non- & T.V. equip- industrial 



non-metallic mineral products 

ready- gl ass and 
mix glass 



electric power, gas 
& water utilities 

electric gas distri- 



ories 


stock 


repair 


total 


elect.) 


receivers 


ment equip. total 


cement 


concrete 


products 


total 


power 


bution 


base period industry weight 


.397 


.076 


.225 


1.572 


.187 


.132 


.479 .305 .887 


.171 


.079 


.168 


Z812 


2.270 


.336 



1968 
1969 



242.9 
253.4 



249.0 
265.3 



164.0 
170.4 



192.0 
210.6 



182.9 
199.2 



230.4 
271.1 



238.4 
260.4 



175.2 
185.7 



139.1 
142.8 



121.2 
121.9 



173.4 
171.3 



173.4 
174.0 



174.4 
190.4 



173.6 
189.3 



211.4 
236.7 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1968 J 186.3 205.8 146.6 170.6 116.8 151.3 228.5 170.0 150.1 153.4 212.3 172.6 747.8 156.6 103.3 
A 243.3 238.0 157.6 192.4 195.9 227.4 238.9 170.8 157.3 158.6 216.0 182.1 750.8 160.2 103.7 
S 258.7 241.5 160.0 204.8 217.8 282.9 248.2 173.6 158.1 163.1 217.6 182.6 755.3 163.0 122.7 
O 268.1 236.7 155.1 207.4 207.0 320.1 249.2 174.0 156.3 153.3 238.3 167.9 769.7 174.7 158.8 
N 269.7 239.5 160.3 214.2 215.9 350.6 252.4 177.7 146.9 122.3 188.6 178.5 788.4 187.1 236.2 
D 269.9 243.5 156.8 201.8 172.6 279.4 252.1 177.6 122.1 87.7 105.8 178.1 207.0 199.4 308.3 

1969 J 260.6 243.6 164.7 196.5 181.9 205.7 253.3 176.5 111.9 59.5 85.9 171.1 222.2 205.0 397.6 
F 255.9 251.3 176.3 209.1 210.4 296.9 254.0 177.9 119.8 76.1 114.4 165.5 278.7 202.0 388.2 
M 255.2 264.7 183.9 206.9 210.0 270.1 250.8 180.9 127.5 95.3 122.6 168.2 203.9 194.6 314.2 
A 251.7 269.8 182.0 203.7 204.6 248.1 248.6 179.1 134.3 117.4 146.8 153.8 797.6 186.1 268.9 
M 253.8 273.4 192.2 208.9 210.2 240.0 260.9 184.5 151.0 135.3 200.3 176.3 777.6 181.2 184.5 
J 238.5 270.6 181.9 217.3 233.6 262.2 266.4 188.4 160.2 161.1 204.7 186.6 768.4 175.4 146.9 
J 237.2 261.5 171.9 188.1 136.7 163.3 251.9 181.8 155.2 159.6 205.9 170.0 759.5 169.1 114.6 
A 251.6 278.2 167.6 209.8 179.3 275.6 263.1 184.8 160.8 164.1 222.7 178.8 762.0 172.2 114.2 
S 268.4 291.3 167.5 226.5 240.6 333.1 268.9 193.5 160.4 149.6 218.8 185.6 770.5 179.5 135.7 
263.0 244.6 156.0 223.5 207.5 340.3 269.5 193.8 157.8 135.8 229.3 182.8 784.6 189.6 185.5 
N 254.1 265.9 153.4 228.4 216.6 362.1 269.4 196.1 151.2 125.3 191.5 178.7 204.7 202.4 262.2 
D 250.9 268.8 147.5 208.5 159.1 255.7 268.0 191.2 123.3 83.7 112.8 170.5 227.8 214.5 328.2 



1970 



224.6 

226.2 

228.0 

230.2 

236.1 

251.4 

227.4 

255.7, 

234.1 r 

201. 



,1 



249.8 

276.2 

253.4 

256.9 

273.5 

234.6 

257.6 

280. 8r 

245. 5, 

250.6 



144.7 
151.2 
157.9 
157.0 
150.7 
157.4 
154.1 



200.9 
212.7 
203.5 
203.7 
195.7 
197.3 
175.3 



156. 2r 198. 8r 
159. 6r 208. 5r 
152.2 208.8 



161.1 
200.1 
176.1 
176.3 
143.0 
158.1 
104.8 
149.4 
168.7 
190.3 



214.7 
259.0 
198.2 
206.1 
196.4 
189.1 
98.4 
229.2 
283.4 
291.0 



261.3 

265.5 

266.4 

266.5 

263.1 

260.2 

248.9 

261.9 

267.2, 

262.0 



183.0 

191.9 

187.7 

184.8 

183.4 

184.8 

181.9 

176.1 r 

176.2r 

173.0 



111.2 

116.9 

122.5 

126.9 

133.2 

147.4 

145.2 

147. 8, 

150. 3r 

153.3 



71.1 
80.0 
85.1 
109.9 
124.3 
140.5 
154.8 
156.4 
149.5 
156.1 



74.2 
97.4 
102.2 
121.8 
156.3 
197.2 
197.3 
205.1 
220.7 
229.6 



165.3 

162.7 

186.8 

168.8 

166.6 

176.0 

168.5 

166. 3r 

165. Or 

160.6 



243.2 
240.5 
223.7 
212.3 
797.8 
783. 7 
777.6 
774.4 
782.6 
798.6 



227.6 
224.4 
212.2 
204.7 
195.5 
192.0 
183.3 
186.5 
192.4 
204.6 



418.2 
417.1 
359.4 
313.9 
204.3 
154.7 
117.3 
119.2 
147.4 
199.0 



odjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 J 


224.7 


226.2 


158.9 


192.1 


183.5 


244.0 


241.9 


170.7 


137.2 


120.6 


174.6 


170.7 


778.7 


176.5 


227.9 


A 


244.0 


245.4 


156.2 


193.9 


198.2 


241.9 


239.9 


171.2 


141.0 


123.9 


171.1 


181.8 


777.9 


175.3 


228.4 


S 


247.3 


235.3 


158.1 


195.0 


184.0 


245.7 


244.8 


169.4 


140.8 


124.5 


165.6 


178.0 


776.7 


174.8 


222.1 





258.5 


228.6 


154.0 


194.9 


183.6 


242.4 


245.5 


170.6 


140.1 


123.7 


172.8 


168.0 


778.5 


177.9 


215.9 


N 


257.6 


225.1 


156.3 


199.5 


196.7 


254.2 


246.3 


173.4 


141.1 


119.9 


165.5 


177.3 


779.7 


178.2 


223.4 


D 


257.8 


234.1 


159.1 


200.7 


192.8 


258.7 


248.2 


174.5 


136.3 


118.5 


149.1 


179.7 


786.7 


186.2 


227.7 


1969 J 


260.2 


241.1 


175.4 


201.2 


191.1 


247.1 


250.8 


179.3 


138.6 


107.6 


172.2 


175.7 


784.6 


183.1 


231.3 


F 


260.2 


257.8 


178.7 


207.7 


196.6 


286.0 


254.5 


180.7 


142.9 


123.7 


178.3 


172.0 


785.7 


184.0 


229.2 


M 


257.1 


263.1 


177.5 


210.6 


206.6 


311.3 


251.1 


183.2 


145.1 


131.4 


176.1 


173.3 


785.4 


185.0 


224.5 


A 


250.7 


273.4 


176.6 


208.6 


207.8 


279.7 


249.8 


182.8 


142.9 


131.0 


174.4 


157.8 


786.6 


186.7 


223.0 


M 


254.7 


265.7 


183.3 


213.3 


213.9 


269.3 


262.2 


186.8 


144.2 


121.6 


172.4 


175.9 


786.6 


187.2 


219.6 


J 


241.9 


271.8 


175.1 


217.2 


219.1 


284.8 


266.6 


186.3 


142.8 


123.8 


168.7 


177.5 


788.0 


187.4 


229.6 


J 


258.5 


259.7 


185.0 


212.5 


215.1 


260.6 


267.1 


183.5 


143.5 


128.4 


171.2 


170.6 


792.3 


190.2 


246.7 


A 


254.1 


283.9 


165.7 


211.2 


186.1 


270.6 


266.1 


185.8 


144.3 


127.2 


176.0 


178.7 


797.7 


189.4 


246.3 


S 


257.3 


287.5 


164.1 


213.3 


201.4 


265.7 


265.3 


189.0 


143.4 


116.8 


169.5 


179.3 


194.7 


192.9 


247.5 





252.2 


250.4 


156.6 


210.9 


186.0 


259.4 


265.3 


190.3 


141.9 


112.2 


168.1 


179.6 


796.3 


194.0 


253.8 


N 


247.4 


262.9 


153.3 


212.4 


189.7 


268.0 


263.1 


191.3 


143.5 


121.4 


169.8 


175.7 


796. 7 


194.3 


250.0 


D 


246.7 


266.5 


154.0 


208.2 


177.1 


250.6 


263.6 


189.2 


140.0 


117.7 


159.4 


170.8 


197.4 


197.3 


239.7 


1970 J 


224.4 


246.6 


154.1 


205.6 


169.3 


259.3 


258.5 


186.0 


138.1 


128.6 


148.7 


169.9 


202.0 


202.5 


243.1 


F 


230.3 


282.7 


153.2 


211.2 


185.2 


249.3 


265.7 


194.9 


139.3 


130.5 


151.5 


169.1 


203.9 


204.4 


246.5 


M 


229.8 


251.2 


152.7 


206.5 


173.4 


228.6 


267.0 


190.2 


138.1 


117.5 


147.1 


192.6 


203.0 


201.7 


256.7 


A 


229.8 


260.3 


152.4 


208.2 


179.2 


232.1 


267.9 


188.8 


134.6 


122.2 


144.3 


173.3 


206.4 


205.3 


260.5 


M 


237.3 


265.8 


143.6 


199.5 


146.0 


220.4 


264.4 


185.6 


127.6 


111.9 


134.2 


166.3 


202.7 


202.0 


252.3 


J 


255.2 


235.5 


151.4 


197.2 


148.2 


205.2 


260.2 


182.8 


131.1 


107.8 


156.5 


167.5 


205.0 


205.0 


249.5 


J 


236.8 


255.5 


165.9 


196.1 


165.1 


179.0 


263.9 


183.6 


134.4 


124.6 


164.3 


169.2 


206. 7 


206.2 


251.7 


A 


257.2 r 


275. 3r 


154.4 , 


200. 3 r 


155.0 


225.4 


265.4 


177. Or 


132. 6r 


121.0 


162.2 


166. 2r 


205.9 


205.1 


256.3 


S 


284. Or 


242. 6 r 


156.2, 


197. 5r 


141.2 


225.6 


263. 5 r 


172.1 r 


133. 8r 


116.4 


171.2 


159. 3r 


208.4 


206.7 


267.1 


O 


192.6 


257.0 


153.0 


197.7 


170.7 


222.0 


257.9 


170.0 


136.1 


129.3 


168.3 


157.6 


211.4 


209.4 


272.9 



-34 - 



TABLE 3-1. Financial Flows Matrix, Second Quarter 1970 



Category 
No. 



Transaction category 



Sector 



I. 
Persons 



Unincorporated 
business^ 



III. 

Non-financial 

private 
corporations 



IV. 

Non-financial 
government 
enterprises 



V. 

The monetary 

authorities 



Gross domestic saving 

Residual error of estimate, income and expenditure accounts 

Capital consumption allowances and miscellaneous valuation 

adjustments 

Net domestic saving .... 

Non-financial capital acquisition 

Residual error of estimate, income and expenditure accounts 

Gross fixed capital formation 

Value of physical change in inventories 

Net purchases of existing and intangible assets 

Net lending or borrowing (1100-1500) 

Net financial investment (2100-3100) 

Net increase in financial assets 

Official international reserves: 

Official holdings of gold and foreign exchange 

International Monetary Fund, general account 

Special Drawing Rights 

Currency and deposits: 

Currency and bank deposits 

Deposits in other institutions 

Foreign currency and deposits 

Receivables: 

Consumer credit 

Trade 

Loans: 

Bank loans 

Other loans 

Government of Canada treasury bills 

Finance company and other short-term commercial paper 

Mortgages 

Bonds: 

Government of Canada bonds 

Provincial government bonds 

Municipal government bonds 

Other Canadian bonds 

Life insurance and pensions 

Claims on associated enterprises: 

Non-corporate 

Corporate 1 

Government 

Stocks 1 

Foreign investments 

Other financial assets 

Official monetary reserve offsets 

Net increase in liabilities 

Official international reserves: 

Official holdings of gold and foreign exchange 

International Monetary Fund, general account 

Special Drawing Rights 

Currency and Deposits: 

Currency and bank deposits 

Deposits in other institutions 

Foreign currency and deposits 

Payables: 

Consumer credit 

Trade 

Loans: 

Bank loans 

Other loans 

Government of Canada treasury bills 

Finance company and other short-term commercial paper 

Mortgages 

Bonds: 

Government of Canada bonds 

Provincial government bonds 

Municipal government bonds 

Other Canadian bonds 

Life insurance and pensions 

Claims on associated enterprises: 

Non-corporate 

Corporate 1 

Government 

Stocks 1 

Foreign investments 

Other liabilities 

Official monetary reserve offsets 

Discrepancy (1900-2000) 



780 



780 
229 



229 

1,009 

7 
73 



1,412 
323 
269 



406 

38 

15 

228 

473 

1,467 



337 
19 



80 



346 
426 



1,002 



millions of dollars 
864 1,816 



817 

47 

1,015 

875 
140 



151 
151 

219 



223 
68 



615 



43 
207 



534 



- 1,467 



1, 193 
623 

2,070 

1,881 

54 

135 

- 254 

- 87 
1,230 



54 
26 
15 

3 
591 



234 

23 

5 

393 



1,317 



136 



246 
38 



161 
46 



210 

149 

19 

243 

167 



232 



165 
67 



550 



591 
41 



318 

128 

39 



22 

6 

95 



35 



12 
3 
5 



10 
21 

1 
1 



1 

19 



89 



14 



104 
3 



3 

77 



149 

12 

190 



Total changes in category 3512 plus 3520 is equal to the change in category 2512 plus 2520. 



- 35 - 



TABLE 3-1. Financial Flows Matrix, Second Quarter 1970 













Sector 














VI 1. 


VI 2. 


VII. 
Insurance 


VIII. 
Other 


IX. 


X. 


XI. 

Provincial 


XII. 

Social 

security 

funds 


XIII. 


XIV. 

Residual 
error of 






Chartered 
banks 


Other 

lending 

institutions 


companies 

and 

pension 

funds 


private 

financial 

institutions 


Public 

financial 

institutions 


Federal 
government 


and 

municipal 

governments 


Rest of 
the world 


estimate, 
income and 
expenditure 


Total 


Category 


















accounts 




No. 










millions of dollars 












55 


38 


36 


31 


19 


123 


855 


342 


- 170 


- 383 


4,638 


1100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 383 


383 


1101 


8 


7 


4 


-- 


-- 


57 


237 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2.488 


1200 


47 


31 


32 


31 


19 


66 


618 


342 


- 170 


- 


2,533 


1400 


17 


9 


18 


1 


7 


87 


666 


- 


42 


384 


4,638 


1500 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


384 


384 


1501 


17 


8 


12 


-- 


3 


78 


625 


— 


— 


— 


4,091 


1600 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


10 




— 


— 


— 


163 


1700 


-- 


1 


6 


1 


4 


1 


41 


- 


42 


- 


- 


1800 


38 


29 


18 


30 


12 


36 


189 


342 


- 212 


- 767 


- 


1900 


- 12 


27 


18 


30 


- 26 


69 


154 


342 


- 246 


- 


- 


2000 


846 


536 


537 


170 


306 


244 


560 


342 


572 


— 


5,972 


2100 
2210 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


762 


2211 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8 


2212 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


11 


2213 
2310 


- 7 


18 


1 


72 


17 


- 466 


98 


— 


40 


— 


1, 153 


2311 


— 


- 5 


3 


- 2 


49 


— 


54 


— 


4 


— 


450 


2312 


— 


55 




15 


— 


1 


7 


— 


— 


— 


- 315 


2313 
2320 


165 


152 


32 


- 10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


346 


2321 


— 


— 


42 


- 50 


5 


1 


21 


— 


— 


— 


575 


2322 
2330 


- 310 


— 


• — 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


310 


2331 


— 


24 


1 


45 


95 


90 


5 


— 


122 


— 


359 


2332 


436 


- 17 


- 2 


23 


-- 


1 




— 


- 6 


— 


410 


2340 


— 


13 


26 


- 7 


3 


-- 


— 


— 


136 


— 


129 


2350 


37 


259 


87 


41 


51 


5 


51 


— 


— 


— 


578 


2410 
2420 


227 


- 77 


26 


43 


11 


- 112 


8 


1 


- 139 


— 


332 


2421 


9 


7 


105 


35 


27 


5 


24 


253 


18 


— 


456 


2422 


1 


14 


18 


- 4 


5 


2 


25 


— 


1 


— 


74 


2423 


- 60 


20 


76 


4 


14 


1 


2 


— 


55 


— 


329 


2424 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


473 


2430 
2510 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 1,467 


2511 


9 


31 


1 


- 7 


— 


— 


— 


— 


224 


— 


493 


2512 


— 


— 


— 


— 


9 


981 


44 


85 


— 


— 


1. 159 


2513 


— 


- 2 


95 


38 


8 


-- 


7 


— 


- 75 


— 


- 243 


2520 


— 


- 30 


25 


- 72 


— 






— 


— 


— 


53 


2530 


341 


74 


1 


6 


12 


- 255 


244 


3 


200 


— 


927 


2610 
2700 


858 


509 


519 


140 


332 


175 


406 




818 


- 


5,972 


3100 
3210 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


762 


— 


762 


3211 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8 


— 


8 


3212 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


11 


— 


11 


3213 
3310 


855 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1, 153 


3311 


— 


434 


— 


1 


14 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


450 


3312 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 315 


— 


315 


3313 
3320 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


346 


3321 


~ 


1 


- 4 


- 38 


5 


- 143 


17 


— 


— 


— 


575 


3322 
3330 


— 


- 28 


— 


59 


6 


— 


- 106 


— 


— 


— 


310 


3331 


-- 


- 37 


— 


- 4 


5 


8 


76 


— 


85 


— 


359 


3332 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


410 


— 


— 


— 


— 


410 


3340 


— 


- 35 


— 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


129 


3350 




- 1 


— 


"" 


"" 


~ 


- 


— 


— 


— 


578 


3410 
3420 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 329 


— 


— 


— 


— 


332 


3421 


— 


— 


— 


— 


43 


— 


336 


— 


— 


— 


456 


3422 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74 


— 


— 


— 


74 


3423 


-- 


33 


— 


16 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


329 


3424 


~ 


— 


435 


— 


— 


38 


— 


— 


— 


- 


473 


3430 
3510 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 1.467 


3511 


— 


74 


14 


- 2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


20 


— 


255 


3512 


— 


— 


— 


— 


239 


28 


9 


— 


— 


_ 


1, 159 


3513 


1 


18 


- 1 


- 42 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


3520 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


- 53 


— 


53 


3530 


2 


50. 


75 


147 


20 


179 


1 


— 


300 


- 


927 


3610 
3700 


50 


2 


- 


- 


38 


- 33 


35 


- 


34 


- 767 


- 


4000 



























Source: Financial Flow Accounts (13-002), DBS. For more details see (13-530), DBS. 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 4.1 and 4.2 



36 
4 — Balance of international payments 



January, 1971 









Table 4.1: 


Canadian 


balance 


of international payments, current account. 


all countries (million dollars] 


i 




y< 


2ars 


total 




current 


merchandise 


trade' 


non-merchandise trar 


isactions 


gold 
production 
available 


travel expendi 


tures 




























quarters 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


exports 


imports 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


for export 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


1968 




17,208 


17,268 


- 60 


13,538 


12,162 


1,376 


3,670 


5,106 


-1,436 


120 


992 


1,015 


- 23 


1969 




1 8, 887 


19,609 


-722 


14,886 


14,018 


868 

unadjusted fo 


4,001 

r seasonal 


5,591 
variation 


-1 , 590 


110 


1,079 


1,280 


-201 


1968 


4 


4,501 


4,709 


-208 


3,667 


3,409 


258 


834 


1,300 


-466 


28 


128 


171 


- 43 


1969 


1 


4,212 


4,485 


-273 


3,467 


3,226 


241 


745 


1,259 


-514 


31 


86 


268 


-182 




2 


4,823 


5,157 


-334 


3,809 


3,706 


103 


1,014 


1,451 


-437 


28 


250 


341 


- 91 




3 


4,873 


4,867 


6 


3,545 


3,303 


242 


1,328 


1,564 


-236 


27 


581 


476 


105 




4 


5,014 


5,204 


-190 


4,053 


3,752 


301 


961 


1,452 


-491 


22 


157 


2 07 


- 50 


1970 


1 


4,806 


4,765 


41 


3,936 


3,303 


633 


870 


1,462 


-592 


25 


107 


299 


-192 




2 


5,662 


5,416 


246 


4,525 


3,862 


663 


1,137 


1,554 


-417 


26 


2 92 


373 


- 81 




3 


5,570 


5,102 


468 


4,048 


3,317 


731 

adjusted for 


1,522 
seasonal 


1,785 

variation 


-263 


22 


641 


552 


89 


1968 


4 


4,483 


4,594 


-111 


3,560 


3,277 


283 


923 


1,317 


-394 


30 


238 


262 


- 24 


1969 


1 


4,688 


4,853 


-165 


3,718 


3,483 


235 


970 


1,370 


-400 


30 


255 


304 


- 49 




2 


4,625 


4,844 


-219 


3,614 


3,422 


192 


1,011 


1,422 


-411 


28 


268 


323 


- 55 




3 


4,635 


4,914 


-279 


3,637 


3,468 


169 


998 


1,446 


-448 


27 


263 


343 


- 80 




4 


4,974 


5,102 


-128 


3,905 


3,614 


291 


1,069 


1,488 


-419 


23 


288 


322 


- 34 


1970 


1 


5,405 


5,141 


264 


4,263 


3,558 


705 


1,142 


1,583 


-441 


24 


317 


335 


- 18 




2 


5,402 


5,093 


309 


4,266 


3,572 


694 


1,136 


1,521 


-385 


26 


314 


352 


- 38 




3 


5,323 


5,156 


167 


4,158 


3,509 


649 


1,165 


1,647 


-482 


22 


288 


396 


-108 


years 


interest and divid 


ends 


freight and shi 


pping 


inheritances and migra 


nts'funds 


official 
contribu- 


other current transactions 1 




























quarters 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


tions 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


1968 




331 


1,290 


-959 


894 


937 


-43 


370 


209 


161 


133 


963 


1,522 


-559 


1969 




406 


1,364 


-958 


934 


994 


-60 

unadjusted foi 


363 

• seasonol 


190 

variation 


173 


143 


1,109 


1,620 


-511 


1968 


4 


122 


387 


-265 


238 


253 


-15 


85 


52 


33 


29 


233 


408 


-175 


1969 


1 


88 


298 


-210 


203 


207 


- 4 


62 


40 


22 


16 


275 


430 


-155 




2 


112 


318 


-206 


241 


267 


-26 


100 


44 


56 


49 


2 83 


432 


-149 




3 


85 


2 94 


-209 


235 


251 


-16 


109 


58 


51 


46 


291 


439 


-148 




4 


129 


435 


-306 


257 


266 


- 9 


92 


52 


40 


33 


304 


459 


-155 


1970 


1 


112 


388 


-276 


234 


225 


9 


72 


42 


30 


31 


320 


477 


-157 




2 


121 


352 


-231 


270 


262 


8 


101 


49 


52 


42 


327 


476 


-149 




3 


123 


353 


-230 


274 


265 


9 


122 


62 


60 


79 


340 


474 


-134 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 4 


95 


308 


-213 


228 


243 


-15 


93 


49 


44 


(2) 


239 


418 


-179 


1969 1 


97 


325 


-228 


230 


241 


-11 


88 


48 


40 


(2) 


270 


423 


-153 


2 


115 


335 


-220 


235 


256 


-21 


90 


48 


42 


(2) 


275 


423 


-148 


3 


103 


333 


-230 


225 


239 


-14 


86 


49 


37 


(2) 


294 


444 


-150 


4 


99 


352 


-253 


246 


255 


- 9 


99 


49 


50 


(2) 


314 


470 


-156 


1970 1 


124 


419 


-295 


264 


261 


3 


100 


51 


49 


(2) 


313 


472 


-159 


2 


123 


368 


-245 


264 


251 


13 


91 


53 


38 


(2) 


318 


466 


-148 


3 


150 


397 


-247 


262 


252 


10 


98 


52 


46 


(2) 


345 


481 


-136 



'Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation and timing adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments. included with other current payments. 
'Includes government transactions, n.i.e., personal and institutional remittances, miscellaneous income, insurance transactions ond business services. Source: 
Annual and Quarterly Estimates of The Cai.adion Balance of International Payments (67*201 ond 67-001), D. B. S. 



Table 4.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, country distribution (million dollors) 



United States 



United Kingdom 



all other countries 



years- 



or current non-mer- current non-mer- current non-mer- 

guarters total total account trade chandise total total account trade chandise total total account trade chandise 

receipts payments balance balance balance receipts payments balance balance balance receipts payments balance balance balance 



1968 


11,599 


12,391 


-792 


249 


-1,041 


1,633 


1,155 


478 


559 


- 81 


3,976 


3,722 


254 


568 


-314 


1969 


13,207 


13,917 


-710 


391 


-1,101 


1,591 


1,328 


263 


306 


- 43 


4,089 


4,364 


-275 


171 


-446 


1968 4 


3,043 


3,359 


-316 


67 


-383 


396 


299 


97 


122 


- 25 


1,034 


1,051 


- 17 


69 


- 86 


1969 1 


2,896 


3,324 


-428 


9 


-437 


401 


273 


128 


117 


11 


884 


888 


- 4 


115 


-119 


2 


3,300 


3,647 


-347 


1 


-34 8 


422 


361 


61 


59 


2 


1,073 


1,149 


- 76 


43 


-119 


3 


3,361 


3,293 


68 


155 


- 87 


411 


374 


37 


69 


- 32 


1,074 


1,200 


-126 


18 


-144 


4 


3,515 


3,686 


-171 


231 


-402 


416 


305 


111 


89 


22 


1,061 


1,213 


-152 


- 19 


-133 


1970 1 


3,126 


3,435 


-309 


177 


-486 


475 


292 


183 


167 


16 


1, 180 


1,038 


142 


289 


-147 


2 


3,673 


3,802 


-129 


195 


-324 


569 


358 


211 


214 


- 3 


1,394 


1,256 


138 


254 


-116 


3 


3,601 


3,379 


222 


245 


- 23 


530 


387 


143 


187 


- 44 


1,439 


1,336 


103 


299 


-196 



January, 


1971 
















37 
















SECTION 3 


















4-Bal 


ance of international payments 












TABLE 4.3 








Tabl 


e 4. 3: Canadian 


balance 


of 


international poyments. 


capital 


account. 


'all countries (m 


llion d 


ollars) 








irs 








Canadian stocks 






trade 


in outstanding Canadian bonds 




new issues 


of Cona 


dian bonds 




yec 


































Of 


direct inv 


estment 


trade 










govern- 










govern- 




























ment of 


pro- 


munici 


corpo- 




ment of 


pro- 






corpo- 








in Canada 


abroad 


standing 


issues 


retirements 


total 


Canada 2 


vincia 


2 pal 


ration 


total 


Canada 2 


vincia 


2 municipal 


ration 


total 


1968 




590 


-225 


114 


67 


-5 




179 


-18 


-33 


-7 


-12 


-70 


288 


852 




124 


586 


1,850 


1969 




655 


-255 


53 


213 


-1 




265 


24 


-13 


-6 


- 3 


2 


34 


1,068 




181 


571 


1,854 


1968 


4 


175 


-111 


54 


21 


-3 




75 


11 


- 8 


-1 


5 


7 


24 


188 




31 


102 


345 


1969 


1 


156 


- 52 


37 


73 


- 




110 


6 


6 


-3 


8 


17 


16 


335 




17 


175 


543 




2 


233 


-103 


44 


83 


-1 




126 


11 


- 6 


-1 


-10 


- 6 


9 


206 




95 


123 


433 




3 


79 


- 25 


- 4 


39 


- 




35 


- 


-12 


-1 


1 


-12 


5 


329 




21 


171 


526 




4 


187 


- 75 


-24 


18 


- 




- 6 


7 


- 1 


-1 


- 2 


3 


4 


198 




48 


102 


352 


1970 


1 


200 


-150 


- 4 


36 


- 




32 


2 


3 


-1 


- 


4 


2 


259 




50 


188 


499 




2 


155 


- 15 


-83 


8 


- 




-75 


-20 


- 2 


-3 


- 1 


-26 


8 


62 




20 


110 


200 




3 


110 


20 


-37 


11 


- 




26 


- 5 


- 6 


-3 


- 3 


-17 


8 


186 




5 


94 


293 

























government of 
































Canada 


oans and 










years 




retiremen 


ts of Canad 


an bonds 






fore 


gn securities 


subscriptions 




































Columbia 




























quarters 


govern- 










total 


trade 










River 






total 






ment of 


pro- 




corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


new 


retire- 




repay- 


Treaty 


export 


other 


long-term 






Canada 2 


vincial 2 


municipal 


ration 


total 


bonds 


standing 


issues 


ments 


advances 


ments 


(net) 


credits 


long-term 


capital 


1968 




-58 


-76 


-60 


-233 


-426 


1,354 


-420 


-77 


30 


^18 


5 


88 


29 


182 


1,654 


1969 




-83 


-93 


-88 


-131 


-395 


1,461 


114 


-43 


35 


-59 


22 


32 


- 9 


69 


2,257 


1968 


4 


-18 


-26 


-23 


- 49 


-115 


237 


-105 


-29 


8 


-17 


_ 


88 


-15 


91 


367 


1969 


1 


- 


-40 


-15 


- 29 


- 84 


476 


- 50 


-11 


11 


-11 


- 


- 


-13 


-56 


560 




2 


-49 


-17 


-14 


- 43 


-123 


304 


- 6 


-21 


19 


-16 


2 


- 


-30 


51 


532 




3 


- 9 


-19 


-10 


- 15 


- 53 


461 


65 


- 5 


2 


-12 


- 


- 


7 


- 8 


596 




4 


-25 


-17 


-49 


- 44 


-135 


220 


105 


- 6 


3 


-20 


20 


32 


27 


82 


569 


1970 


1 


- 3 


-31 


-23 


- 30 


- 87 


416 


116 


- 5 


3 


-25 


- 


- 


12 


57 


655 




2 


-126 


-49 


-17 


- 47 


-239 


-65 


82 


- 5 


2 


-59 


7 


- 


-34 


- 4 


-11 




3 


-13 


- 9 


-13 


- 14 


- 49 


227 


- 20 


-12 


2 


-35 


- 


- 


-60 


-53 


153 

































off 


cial 












nor 


-resident 


holdings o 
















monetary 
in the 


movements 
















other 














allo- 
































or 








govern- 






finance 










total 




cation of 


official 




quarters 


foreign 


Cana- 


ment 




finance 


company 


com- 






all other 


short- 


net 


Special 


inter- 


official 






currency 


dian $ 


demand 


treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


other 




trans- 


term 


capital 


Drawing 


national 


monetary 






deposits 3 


deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


total 


actions 4 


capital 


movement 


Rights 5 


reserves 


liabilities 


1968 




- 40 


70 


21 


48 


-132 


19 


1 


-2 


376 


-822 


-1 , 1 98 


456 




350 


- 1 


1969 




-1 , 604 


60 


-34 


35 


176 


116 


42 


-3 


1,104 


-189 


-1,401 


856 




65 


- 


1968 


4 


-142 


54 


27 


13 


_ 


34 


-1 


9 


- 6 


178 


172 


539 




331 


- 


1969 


1 


-156 


-11 


- 2 


13 


159 


23 


-1 


-2 


23 


-348 


-325 


235 




- 38 


- 




2 


-568 


25 


-30 


-10 


71 


28 


23 


-21 


-482 


230 


-252 


280 




- 54 


- 




3 


-621 


- 4 


1 


13 


- 71 


3 


-15 


- 5 


-699 


92 


-607 


- 11 




- 5 


- 




4 


-259 


50 


- 3 


19 


17 


62 


35 


25 


54 


-163 


-217 


352 




162 


- 


1970 


1 


206 


31 


- 2 


- 9 


- 75 


-52 


7 


-1 


105 


-407 


-302 


353 


133 


527 


- 




2 


- 5 


36 


27 


-6 


174 


74 


-7 


-29 


264 


282 


546 


535 




781 


- 




3 


-437 


5 


1 


-44 


75 


-40 


-20 


18 


-442 


47 


-395 


-242 




225 





*A minus sign except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of copital from Canada, includes guaranteed issues. 3 Bank balances and 

other short-term funds abroad (excluding official reserves), includes changes in loans and accounts receivable and payable, and also balancing item representing 
difference between direct measurements of current and capital accounts. 'Canada's Special Drawing Rights are shown for the first quarter 1970. SOR's were issued 
January 1, 1970 by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to member countries participating in the agreement. Sources for above tables: Annual and Quarterly 

Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-201 and 67-001), D. B. S. 



SECTION 
TABLE 1 


4 














38 










January, 1971 






Table 


: waqes 


and salaries. 


by province 


be 


sed on th 


e 1960 standard industrial classification (million 


d 


ollars) 




years 






Prince 






















or 




Newfound- 


Edward 




New 














British 




months 




land 


Island 


Nova Scotia 


Brunswick 




Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba Saskatchewan 


Alberta 




Columbia 


Canada' 


1968 




502 


93 


912 


737 




9,887 


15,313 


1,577 1,108 


2,475 




3,738 


36,458 


1969 




550 


103 


1,046 


830 




10,911 


17,243 


1,774 1,179 


2,910 




4,288 


40, 969 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 A 


45.1 


8.3 


79.7 


65.1 


852.6 


1,311.0 


136.4 


95.9 


213.5 


323.7 


3,141.3 


S 


44.6 


8.6 


80.5 


64.3 


864.7 


1,342.9 


139.0 


96.3 


214.8 


328.8 


3, 194.7 





44.6 


8.1 


79.3 


63.6 


863.7 


1,353.3 


139.8 


96.9 


212.3 


327.1 


3,198.8 


N 


43.8 


8.1 


79.7 


63.6 


868.7 


1,361.0 


139.1 


96.3 


217.4 


331.4 


3,219.1 


D 


41.6 


8.2 


79.7 


62.8 


848.3 


1,335.3 


135.2 


94.2 


214.0 


319.2 


3,148.5 


1969 J 


41.5 


7.4 


78.6 


63.8 


847.0 


1,344.0 


133.4 


91.4 


214.7 


313.7 


3, 145.9 


F 


42.4 


7.5 


82.3 


64.0 


849.8 


1,355.7 


136.0 


93.3 


225.0 


327.8 


3,194.5 


M 


42.7 


7.6 


81.9 


64.1 


856.0 


1,365.3 


137.7 


93.2 


227.3 


333.9 


3,220.3 


A 


42.4 


7.7 


82.7 


63.8 


869.8 


1,391.9 


139.8 


94.5 


227.3 


340.6 


3,271.0 


M 


44.1 


8.6 


84.9 


66.2 


899.2 


1,422.0 


144.1 


98.2 


235.9 


353.3 


3,367.3 


J 


47.0 


9.3 


89.4 


70.4 


920.4 


1,461.0 


158.3 


102.4 


249.1 


362.6 


3,481.2 


J 


48.9 


9.9 


92.4 


72.7 


923.7 


1,470.4 


155.8 


103.6 


257.2 


370.6 


3,517.5 


A 


49.0 


9.9 


91.4 


73.6 


944.9 


1,463.5 


156.2 


104.3 


257.9 


377.2 


3,539.6 


S 


50.1 


9.4 


92.1 


73.8 


950.6 


1,485.5 


155.9 


102.5 


256.1 


381.5 


3,569.5 


O 


48.7 


9.1 


90.7 


72.6 


949.7 


1,484.3 


154.5 


100.4 


253.2 


375.4 


3,550.0 


N 


47.7 


8.7 


90.9 


73.3 


959.6 


1,506.4 


152.5 


98.4 


255.7 


379.6 


3,584.6 


D 


45.1 


8.5 


88.4 


71.9 


940.3 


1,492.6 


149.6 


97.1 


250.4 


372.3 


3,527.6 


1970 J 


45.1 


8.2 


88.2 


70.3 


935.6 


1,487.8 


149.0 


94.0 


250.4 


375.5 


3,514.7 


F 


45.9 


8.1 


88.9 


70.4 


927.7 


1,501.4 


150.0 


95.0 


252.7 


380.2 


3,532.2 


M 


47.1 


8.2 


88.6 


70.1 


931.5 


1,508.9 


152. 1 


95.3 


253.4 


385.5 


3,552.5 


A 


46.6 


8.3 


91.9 


70.7 


942.7 


1,525.7 


152.9 


95.8 


255.3 


386.1 


3,588.0 


M 


49.1 


9.1 


94.5 


74.0 


953.1 


1,573.7 


157.4 


99.0 


264.6 


378.9 


3,665.4 


J 


53.4 


10.1 


97.0 


77.1 


996.3 


1,617.8 


162.7 


103.6 


272.1 


384.6 


3,787.0 


J 


55.2 


10.4 


98.7 


77.4 


989.5 


1,610.0 


164.1 


104.8 


279.4 


390.1 


3,792.2 


Ar 


55.6 


10.8 


95.6 


78.5 


994.5 


1,622.0 


165.9 


105.5 


281.2 


402.9 


3,825.1 


Sp 


55.0 


10.3 


98.6 


78.6 


1,009.8 


1,628.2 


166.3 


105.5 


280.9 


405.3 


3,851.3 


Ot 


54.0 


9.8 


99.0 


77.6 


1,010.6 


1,618.4 


164.0 


104.0 


276.4 


405.6 


3,832.1 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
1 1 1 



1968 A 


41.7 


7.5 


77.2 


61.4 


827.5 


1,294.2 


131.7 


91.2 


205.7 


311.8 


3,066.4 


S 


41.2 


8.0 


78.1 


61.6 


838.3 


1,316.9 


134.3 


92.5 


208.9 


316.9 


3,110.8 





42.5 


7.8 


78.3 


62.2 


841.7 


1,329.7 


135.9 


94.0 


210.6 


322.6 


3,133.5 


N 


43.0 


8.1 


79.3 


63.3 


855.8 


1,343.7 


138.1 


95.4 


217.2 


331.1 


3,182.7 


D 


43.8 


8.6 


81.0 


64.3 


861.3 


1,345.5 


138.4 


96.9 


220.6 


332.5 


3,205.3 


1969 J 


45.1 


8.3 


81.8 


66.1 


876.3 


1,380.9 


139.5 


97.8 


222.5 


330.1 


3,251.0 


F 


45.8 


8.4 


86.4 


67.2 


884.1 


1,398.0 


142.0 


98.7 


229.4 


338.9 


3,308.5 


M 


46.7 


8.5 


85.0 


67.1 


889.2 


1,402.1 


143.2 


98.5 


231.6 


343.7 


3,317.7 


A 


45.5 


8.5 


84.8 


67.4 


891.0 


1,411.1 


144.6 


98.3 


235.5 


346.9 


3,346.6 


M 


45.0 


8.2 


84.3 


67.4 


896.2 


1,419.3 


144.5 


97.4 


238.4 


352.4 


3,356.7 


J 


44.3 


8.6 


86.4 


68.0 


900.2 


1,431.3 


153.0 


97.3 


241.3 


352.7 


3,398.5 


J 


45.0 


8.8 


89.1 


68.9 


907.8 


1,446.4 


150.2 


98.2 


247.3 


354.7 


3,439.7 


A 


45.4 


9.0 


88.5 


69.5 


916.7 


1,446.6 


150.8 


99.7 


248.9 


363.4 


3,449.7 


S 


46.3 


8.8 


89.3 


70.7 


921.6 


1,456.5 


150.7 


98.5 


249.4 


367.8 


3,478.5 





46.4 


8.8 


89.6 


71.2 


926.6 


1,460.2 


150.3 


97.5 


251.9 


370.6 


3,487.0 


N 


46.9 


8.7 


90.5 


73.0 


946.3 


1,486.7 


151.5 


97.4 


255.4 


379.4 


3,545.5 


D 


47.5 


8.8 


89.9 


73.7 


955.0 


1,503.3 


153.3 


99.7 


258.2 


387.7 


3,589.8 


1970 J 


49.0 


9.1 


91.8 


72.8 


967.7 


1,528.8 


155.7 


100.5 


259.4 


395.3 


3,634.5 


F 


49.5 


9.1 


93.3 


73.9 


965.1 


1,548.6 


156.6 


100.6 


257.4 


393.0 


3,657.7 


M 


51.4 


9.2 


92.0 


73.4 


967.3 


1,549.5 


158.2 


100.8 


257.9 


396.7 


3,660.6 


A 


50.1 


9.1 


94.1 


74.6 


965.5 


1,546.8 


158.1 


99.7 


264.3 


393.1 


3,670.6 


M 


50.0 


8.7 


93.9 


75.3 


949.7 


1,571.0 


157.8 


98.2 


267.2 


377.9 


3,653.8 


J 


50.3 


9.3 


93.6 


74.4 


974.1 


1,585.5 


157.1 


98.4 


263.5 


374.1 


3,697.4 


J 


50.8 


9.3 


95.2 


73.2 


972.2 


1,583.5 


158.1 


99.4 


268.6 


373.1 


3,714.8 


Ar 


51.5 


9.7 


92.6 


74.1 


964.4 


1,600.9 


160.1 


100.9 


271.5 


388.1 


3,732.2 


Sp 


50.9 


9.6 


92.6 


75.3 


978.7 


1,596.5 


160.6 


101.5 


273.5 


390.5 


3,755.7 


Ot 


51.6 


9.5 


97.8 


76.1 


986.3 


1,591.5 


159.5 


101.1 


275.2 


400.6 


3,767.8 



'Includes Yukon, North West Territories and Canadian residents abroad. 
: Advance estimates. 



Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005) D.B.S. 



January, 1971 



39 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 2 



1968 
1969 



Table 



2: Waqes and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 













trans- 
















years 










portation, 




finance, 




public' 




supple- 




or 










communi- 




insurance 




admin. 


total 2 


mentary 


total 2 


months 








manu- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


wages and 


labour 


labour 




agriculture 


forestry 


mining 


facturing 


construction utilities 


trade 


estate 


service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 



344.3 
351.7 



434.5 
468.0 



918.6 
959.4 



10,166.9 2,854.6 
11,258.0 3,112.4 



4,105.8 4,847.5 2,051.3 8,066.8 
4,574.6 5,482.0 2,353.8 9,314.3 



2,636.8 36,458.4 2,034.3 38,492.7 
3,066.140,969.2 2,234.2 43,203.4 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 



44.3 
39.2 
31.6 
25.3 
21.3 



44.3 
43.1 

40.9 
40.4 
30.4 



77.5 
77.5 
78.3 
79.2 
78.1 



863.4 
887.1 
889.7 
892.7 
892.6 



270.8 
280.8 
271.4 
256.9 
206.5 



357.4 
358.3 
357.5 
358.4 
360.1 



405.7 
413.2 
420.6 
433.3 
444.8 



174.3 
174.3 
176.8 
180.7 
181.1 



670.8 
693.9 
706.1 
721.5 
725.9 



228.3 
224.0 
223.8 
229.3 
226.0 



3,141.3 
3,194.7 
3,198.8 
3,219. 1 
3,148.5 



171.4 
183.3 
168.7 
166.4 
169.4 



3,312.7 
3,378.1 
3,367.6 
3,385.5 
3,317.9 



1969 



1970 



J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

J 

F 

M 

A 

M 

J 

J 

A, 

Sp 

ot 



18.9 
18.7 
20.8 
24.3 
29.1 
34.6 
40.4 
45.2 
39.9 
32.2 
25.9 
21.7 

19.3 
19.2 
21.4 
26.6 
33.4 
35.8 
41.9 
47.0 
41.6 
33.6 



26.3 
28.2 
29.8 
26.9 
37.6 
43.6 
48.1 
48.6 
49.3 
47.2 
44.8 
37.6 

37.2 
38.9 
33.5 
29.4 
32.5 
38.2 
42.9 
44.6 
45.8 
40.3 



80.5 
81.6 
82.7 
79.6 
79.6 
80.5 
78.7 
76.7 
75.1 
76.8 
80.9 
86.8 

88.3 
90.3 
92.3 
89.8 
92.3 
94.7 
95.6 
96.8 
95.8 
95.3 



881.8 
896.2 
909.7 
914.6 
938.2 
958.4 
943.6 
948.1 
968.3 
964.2 
971.2 
963.8 

961.8 

966.1 

973.0 

974.6 

988.0 

1,013.9 

990.2 

1,010.3 

1,011.0 

1.000.9 



211.7 
225.9 
220.9 
237.6 
252.8 
255.7 
279.4 
300.0 
303.0 
296.2 
286.3 
242.8 

242.4 
245.4 
245.5 
253.0 
265.6 
296.3 
306.9 
319.1 
331.1 
325.6 



355.2 
351.4 
359.6 
366.8 
374.9 
396.0 
396.0 
405.7 
399.2 
393.0 
392.4 
384.3 

380.6 
382.8 
386.7 
394.9 
406.5 
415.5 
420.6 
424.6 
424.6 
422.5 



425.3 
426.4 
433.3 
440.2 
449.9 
462.6 
454.2 
454.2 
470.3 
478.5 
492.0 
495.1 

477.3 
478.1 
483.7 
490.0 
494.9 
507.2 
501.3 
494.3 
503.3 
509.5 



184.5 
185.6 
188.2 
191.7 
196.1 
200.9 
201.7 
199.5 
197.1 
200.7 
203.0 
204.7 

208.2 

207.6, 

209.2 

211.9 

213.5 

216.3 

218.9 

218.0 

216.0 

219.1 



726.9 

736.2 

743.8 

754.3 

766.7 

785. 

784. 

781. 

791. 

796. 

822. 

824. 



840.7 
838.3 
849.3 
856.2 
865.6 
878.9 
873.9 
877.1 
893.0 
899.3 



234.0 
243.4 
230.3 
233.5 
239.5 
259.2 
286.1 
276.0 
273.2 
262.6 
264.2 
264.1 

258.1 
264.5 
259.7 
261.5 
273.1 
286.0 
294.4 
287.5 
285.3 
283.4 



3,145.9 

3,194.5 

3,220.3 

3,271.0 

3,367 

3,481 

3,517 

3,539 

3,569 

3,550 

3,584 



3,527.6 

3,514.7 
3,532.2 
3,552.5 
3,588.0 
3,665.4 
3,787.0 
3,792.2 
3,825.1 
3,851.3 
3,832.1 



161.2 
182.6 
183.1 
185.3 
185.0 
205.6 
199.5 
197.0 
191.7 
188.2 
179.0 
176.1 

173.8 
197.3 
206.4 
205.3 
211.2 
207.9 
209.2 
208.8 
204.6 
195.4 



3,307.1 
3,377.1 
3,403.4 
3,456.3 
3,552.3 
3,686.8 
3,717.0 
3,736.6 
3,761.2 
3,738.2 
3,763.6 
3,703.7 

3,688.5 
3,729.5 
3,758.9 
3,793.3 
3,876.6 
3,994.8 
4,001.4 
4,033.9 
4,055.9 
4,027.5 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
2 2 11 



1968 A 


28.9 


37.4 


76.5 


855.6 


236.8 


344.6 


405.0 


172.3 


686.8 


220.1 


3,066.4 


170.5 


3,236.9 


S 


28.9 


35.5 


77.8 


870.9 


245.5 


348.1 


412.2 


174.7 


694.3 


220.2 


3,110.8 


172.9 


3,283.7 





28.9 


34.8 


78.2 


877.8 


239.8 


351.1 


418.5 


178.0 


697.2 


226.5 


3,133.5 


174.0 


3,307.5 


N 


29.0 


34.7 


79.3 


887.6 


244.2 


354.2 


427.4 


181.8 


710.6 


231.1 


3,182.7 


177.4 


3,360.1 


D 


29.0 


32.7 


79.3 


890.9 


241.9 


361.8 


436.0 


184.5 


723.8 


222.7 


3,2 05.3 


178.9 


3,384.1 


1969 J 


29.1 


30.0 


81.0 


898.6 


252.1 


367.4 


435.2 


186.3 


729.8 


239.1 


3,251.0 


178.4 


3,429.4 


F 


29.1 


32.1 


80.9 


911.7 


269.1 


367.4 


438.6 


188.0 


737.5 


251.6 


3,308.5 


180.6 


3,489.1 


M 


29.2 


40.2 


81.6 


917.3 


258.6 


374.1 


443.5 


188.3 


746.1 


236.4 


3,317.7 


181.8 


3,499.5 


A 


29.2 


41.5 


81.5 


922.6 


257.4 


378.0 


444.9 


190.3 


760.2 


238.6 


3,346.6 


183.1 


3,529.7 


M 


29.2 


41.1 


79.9 


933.5 


250.9 


374.6 


448.9 


193.9 


763.3 


239.1 


3,356.7 


184.2 


3,540.9 


J 


29.3 


39.8 


78.9 


945.1 


234.1 


386.9 


452.9 


198.0 


776.9 


254.1 


3,398.5 


184.2 


3,582.7 


J 


29.3 


40.6 


77.4 


940.9 


248.0 


383.9 


447.8 


198.3 


793.8 


277.9 


3,439.7 


186.3 


3,626.0 


A 


29.4 


40.6 


75.9 


940.2 


259.4 


390.5 


454.7 


197.8 


792.5 


266.5 


3,449.7 


187.9 


3,697.6 


S 


29.4 


40.5 


75.6 


948.9 


263.1 


388.5 


470.1 


198.1 


791.0 


270.9 


3,478.5 


189.0 


3,667.5 





29.5 


40.5 


77.3 


952.4 


265.4 


387.9 


475.9 


202.3 


787.9 


265.6 


3,487.0 


190.4 


3,677.4 


N 


29.5 


39.5 


81.1 


964.7 


273.8 


388.5 


483.5 


204.3 


812.4 


265.1 


3,545.5 


192.7 


3,738.2 


D 


29.6 


41.7 


88.1 


982.2 


280.5 


386.9 


486.1 


208.1 


822.7 


261.2 


3,589.8 


195.7 


3,785.5 


1970 J 


29.7 


42.2 


89.0 


981.4 


289.0 


393.3 


488.3 


210.3 


845.1 


263.6 


3,634.5 


199.1 


3,833.6 


F 


29.8 


44.1 


89.5 


982.7 


292.7 


400.1 


491.5 


210.4 


840.8 


273.4 


3,657.7 


200.0 


3,857.8 


M 


29.9 


44.9 


91.1 


982.2 


287.7 


401.9 


494.8 


209.4 


852.6 


263.4 


3,660.6 


200.9 


3,861.5 


A 


32.6 


45.1 


92.0 


983.2 


274.2 


406.8 


495.0 


210.4 


863.6 


267.6 


3,670.6 


200.8 


3,871.5 


M 


32.9 


35.3 


92.7 


983.1 


264.1 


406.1 


493.7 


211.0 


862.0 


272.8 


3,653.8 


200.2 


3,854.0 


J 


30.3 


34.7 


93.0 


1,000.2 


271.6 


405.8 


496.3 


213.3 


869.6 


280.1 


3,697.4 


201.9 


3,899.3 


J 


30.4 


36.1 


94.1 


992.3 


273.1 


407.6 


494.0 


215.2 


884.7 


285.0 


3,714.8 


202.2 


3,917.0 


Ar 


30.5 


37.2 


95.8 


1,001.9 


276.4 


408.6 


494.8 


216.2 


890.3 


277.2 


3,732.2 


203.9 


3,936.1 


Sp 


30.6 


37.5 


96.6 


990.7 


287.8 


413.2 


503.1 


217.2 


893.4 


282.6 


3,755.7 


204.6 


3,960.3 


Ot 


30.8 


34.5 


96.1 


989.0 


292.8 


417.0 


506.9 


221.0 


889.9 


286.6 


3,767.8 


205.8 


3,973.6 



'Excludes military pay and allowances, includes fishing and trapping Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), D.8.S. 
t " Advance estimates 
NOTE: Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding. 



SECTION 4 












40 










January. 1971 


TABLES 3 and 4 
































Table 3: 


labour force 


characteristics of th 


e populati 


an 14 years 


of age and over (thousands 


of persons) 








>nthly 


population 
14 years 




labour force 








employed 














m< 








paid workers 


aveiu^ts 






















partici- 


unem- 


or months 


of age 






non-agri- 






non-agri- 




non-agri- 


unem- 


not in the 


pation 


ployment 






and over 1 


total 


agriculture 


culture 


total 


agriculture 


culture 


total 


culture 


ployed 


labour force 


rate 2 


rate 5 


1968 




14,264 


7,919 


556 


7,363 


7,537 


546 


6,992 


6,490 


6,391 


382 


6,344 


55.5 


4.8 


1969 




14,638 


8,162 


545 


7,618 


7,780 


535 


7,245 


6,720 


6,625 


382 


6,475 


55.8 


4.7 


1968 


19 


14,378 


7,995 


586 


7,409 


7,707 


577 


7,130 


6,639 


6,528 


288 


6,383 


55.6 


3.6 




N 16 


14,407 


8,015 


536 


7,479 


7,677 


523 


7,154 


6,631 


6,546 


338 


6,392 


55.6 


4.2 




D 14 


14,435 


7,940 


481 


7,459 


7,567 


467 


7,100 


6,561 


6,485 


373 


6,495 


55.0 


4.7 


1969 


J 18 


14,470 


7,891 


467 


7,424 


7,424 


451 


6,973 


6,452 


6,380 


467 


6,579 


54.5 


5.9 




F 15 


14,495 


7,911 


467 


7,444 


7,438 


454 


6,984 


6,443 


6,371 


473 


6,584 


54.6 


6.0 




M 22 


14,528 


7.919 


475 


7,444 


7,471 


466 


7,005 


6,487 


6,406 


448 


6,609 


54.5 


5.7 




A 19 


14,557 


8,061 


532 


7,529 


7,629 


521 


7,108 


6,572 


6,492 


432 


6,496 


55.4 


5.4 




M 24 


14,592 


8,248 


600 


7,648 


7,862 


592 


7,270 


6,751 


6,646 


3 86 


6,344 


56.5 


4.7 




J 21 


14,619 


8,403 


586 


7,817 


8,020 


580 


7,440 


6,892 


6,782 


383 


6,216 


57.5 


4.6 




J 19 


14,651 


8,550 


650 


7,900 


8,201 


644 


7,557 


7,051 


6,911 


349 


6,101 


58.4 


4.1 




A 23 


14,687 


8,489 


643 


7,846 


8,171 


636 


7,535 


7,050 


6,909 


318 


6,198 


57.8 


3.7 




S 20 


14,719 


8,126 


588 


7,538 


7,847 


581 


7,266 


6,749 


6,642 


279 


6,593 


55.2 


3.4 




18 


14,748 


8,142 


557 


7,585 


7,828 


548 


7,280 


6,753 


6,654 


314 


6,606 


55.2 


3.9 




N 15 


14,778 


8,115 


502 


7,613 


7,761 


491 


7,270 


6,724 


6,649 


354 


6,663 


54.9 


4.4 




D 13 


14,809 


8,095 


471 


7,624 


7,712 


457 


7,255 


6,720 


6,656 


383 


6,714 


54.7 


4.7 


1970 


J 17 


14,841 


7,984 


443 


7,541 


7,499 


422 


7,077 


6,521 


6,465 


485 


6,857 


53.8 


6.1 




F 21 


14,873 


8,031 


448 


7,583 


7,505 


430 


7,075 


6,526 


6,468 


526 


6,842 


54.0 


6.5 




M 21 


14,904 


8,067 


452 


7,615 


7,525 


438 


7,087 


6,547 


6,484 


542 


6,837 


54.1 


6.7 




A 18 


14,934 


8, 198 


496 


7,702 


7,654 


481 


7,173 


6,637 


6,561 


544 


6,736 


54.9 


5T6 




M23 


14,970 


8,465 


558 


7,907 


7,952 


550 


7,402 


6,873 


6,768 


513 


6,505 


56.5 


6.1 




J 20 


15,000 


8,677 


579 


8,098 


8,148 


569 


7,579 


7,049 


6,926 


529 


6,323 


57.8 


6.1 




J 18 


15,030 


8,819 


628 


8, 190 


8,301 


619 


7,682 


7,181 


7,023 


518 


6,211 


58.7 


5.9 




A 22 


15,068 


8,720 


622 


8,098 


8,272 


614 


7,658 


7,174 


7,018 


448 


6,348 


57.9 


5.1 




S 19 


15,099 


8,384 


567 


7,817 


7,986 


558 


7,428 


6,896 


6,780 


398 


6,715 


55.5 


4.7 




17 


15,128 


8,412 


534 


7,878 


7,993 


524 


7,469 


6,938 


6,833 


419 


6,716 


55.6 


5.0 




N 14 


15,158 


8,400 


495 


7,905 


7,924 


482 


7,442 


6,912 


6,821 


476 


6,758 


55.4 


5.7 



'Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services, Indians living on reserves and residents of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. The 

estimates are derived from a sample survey and are subject to sampling error. In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error. 'The 

labour force as a percentage of the population 14 years of age and over. 'The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force. Source: Labour Force Bulletin, 

(71.001), D. B.S. 

Table 4: labour force by region' (thousands of persons) 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 
1969 



643 


2,227 


2,934 


1,318 


797 


654 


2,290 


3,031 


1,351 


836 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
2 2 3 

adjusted for seasonal variotion 2 



1968 


19 


650 


2,241 


2,961 


1,344 


799 


645 


2,249 


2,993 


1,347 


800 


N 


16 


642 


2,234 


2,987 


1,344 


808 


645 


2,258 


3,014 


1,353 


810 


D 


14 


633 


2,221 


2,939 


1,331 


816 


643 


2,251 


2,965 


1,348 


825 


1969 J 


18 


626 


2,221 


2,947 


1,309 


788 


654 


2,270 


3,012 


1,351 


813 


F 


15 


626 


2,208 


2,962 


1,318 


797 


654 


2,267 


3,030 


1,358 


813 


M 


22 


622 


2,231 


2,955 


1,309 


802 


653 


2,280 


3,024 


1,354 


818 


A 


19 


641 


2,273 


2,994 


1,332 


821 


662 


2,296 


3,037 


1,357 


835 


M 


24 


666 


2,294 


3,056 


1,384 


848 


662 


2,292 


3,061 


1,359 


845 


J 


21 


674 


2,356 


3,122 


1,381 


870 


659 


2,305 


3,038 


1,358 


855 


J 


19 


697 


2,408 


3,170 


1,411 


864 


656 


2,301 


3,028 


1,349 


823 


A 


23 


689 


2,395 


3,139 


1,407 


859 


656 


2,310 


3,014 


1,350 


829 


S 


20 


656 


2,277 


3,002 


1,352 


839 


649 


2,294 


3,029 


1,343 


844 





18 


659 


2,290 


3,002 


1,342 


849 


653 


2,306 


3,032 


1,352 


851 


N 


15 


646 


2,274 


3,007 


1,333 


855 


649 


2,302 


3,032 


1,340 


857 


D 


13 


641 


2,256 


3,022 


1,334 


842 


653 


2,288 


3,048 


1,351 


851 


1970 J 


17 


623 


2,232 


2,982 


1,306 


841 


650 


2,284 


3,044 


1,344 


866 


F 


21 


621 


2,243 


3,003 


1,315 


849 


648 


2,303 


3,066 


1,348 


866 


M 


21 


618 


2,237 


3,033 


1,332 


847 


649 


2,282 


3,098 


1,373 


863 


A 


18 


632 


2,275 


3,071 


1,341 


879 


653 


2,293 


3,111 


1,361 


893 


M23 


663 


2,325 


3, 176 


1,415 


886 


659 


2,320 


3,183 


1,392 


884 


J 


20 


680 


2,403 


3,265 


1,428 


901 


663 


2,352 


3,173 


1,410 


888 


J 


18 


713 


2,455 


3,269 


1,463 


919 


674 


2,353 


3,122 


1,403 


884 


A 22 


700 


2,408 


3,252 


1,457 


903 


667 


2,330 


3,130 


1,411 


881 


S 


19 


671 


2,333 


3,111 


1,394 


875 


667 


2,360 


3,158 


1,401 


890 


O 


17 


668 


2,335 


3,137 


1,399 


873 


661 


2,358 


3,179 


1,420 


878 


N 


14 


664 


2,346 


3,140 


1,369 


881 


667 


2,380 


3,175 


1,376 


882 



'See footnote 1, table 3. Labour force obtained as the sum of employed and unemployed from tables 5 and 7. 'Canada totals, obtained by summing th* 

seasonally adjusted data for the five regions, are usually different from the totals given on page 7. The small differences result from the seasonal adjustment of 

the Canada and regional data having been carried out independently of each other. Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



January, 1971 



41 



Table 5: employed by region' (thousands of persons) 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 5 and 6 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 


596 


2,082 


2,830 


1,280 


750 


1969 


605 


2,132 


2,936 


1,312 


795 



unadjusted (or seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
3 2 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 19 


616 


2,128 


2,886 


1,320 


757 


594 


2,100 


2,889 


1,307 


753 


N 16 


602 


2,100 


2,905 


1,309 


761 


596 


2,099 


2,912 


1,317 


764 


D 14 


588 


2,069 


2,852 


1,286 


772 


596 


2,090 


2,870 


1,311 


783 


1969 J 18 


563 


2,034 


2,836 


1,256 


735 


611 


2,120 


2,926 


1,315 


773 


F 15 


560 


2,022 


2,846 


1,266 


744 


610 


2,125 


2,937 


1,322 


770 


M 22 


555 


2,041 


2,856 


1,261 


758 


608 


2,138 


2,942 


1,318 


778 


A 19 


574 


2,091 


2,894 


1,290 


780 


614 


2,144 


2,945 


1,320 


796 


M 24 


614 


2,128 


2,959 


1,351 


810 


610 


2,131 


2,953 


1,322 


805 


J 21 


633 


2,204 


3,001 


1,348 


834 


603 


2,142 


2,934 


1,316 


817 


J 19 


655 


2,269 


3,074 


1,373 


830 


600 


2,143 


2,936 


1,307 


783 


A 23 


651 


2,257 


3,056 


1,381 


826 


600 


2,142 


2,921 


1,311 


787 


S 20 


624 


2,153 


2,934 


1,330 


806 


596 


2,117 


2,934 


1,307 


800 


O 18 


625 


2,155 


2,929 


1,310 


809 


602 


2,129 


2,932 


1,299 


806 


N 15 


606 


2,131 


2,925 


1,292 


807 


600 


2,131 


2,930 


1,298 


810 


D 13 


595 


2,104 


2,927 


1,290 


796 


604 


2,127 


2,944 


1,315 


807 


1970 J 17 


561 


2,054 


2,858 


1,246 


780 


608 


2,141 


2,948 


1,304 


820 


F 21 


553 


2,048 


2,867 


1,245 


792 


602 


2,155 


2,957 


1,299 


820 


M 21 


551 


2,031 


2,892 


1,263 


788 


604 


2,128 


2,981 


1,321 


809 


A 18 


566 


2,072 


2,926 


1,269 


821 


605 


2,124 


2,977 


1,297 


838 


M 23 


619 


2,124 


3,044 


1,351 


814 


615 


2,126 


3,037 


1,321 


809 


J 20 


642 


2,215 


3,107 


1,370 


814 


612 


2,151 


3,038 


1,337 


797 


J 18 


665 


2,271 


3,116 


1,406 


843 


610 


2,144 


2,976 


1,340 


795 


A 22 


661 


2,237 


3,128 


1,407 


839 


610 


2,122 


2,992 


1,336 


800 


S 19 


636 


2,186 


2,997 


1,350 


817 


608 


2,150 


2,998 


1,328 


812 


17 


634 


2,176 


3,029 


1,350 


804 


611 


2,150 


3,033 


1,339 


801 


N 14 


622 


2,178 


3,014 


1,305 


805 


616 


2,179 


3,018 


1,310 


808 



'See footnote 1, table 3. 2 See footnote 2, table 4. 



Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



Table 6: employed non-agriculture by region' (thousands of persons) 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 


569 


1,961 


2,687 


1,051 


724 


1969 


579 


2,025 


2,800 


1,069 


772 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
3 2 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 


19 


586 


1,999 


2,729 


1,081 


735 


570 


1,983 


2,737 


1,083 


731 


N 


16 


579 


1,992 


2,758 


1,084 


741 


571 


1,981 


2,763 


1,080 


740 


D 


14 


567 


1,974 


2,718 


1,088 


753 


570 


1,983 


2,727 


1,078 


758 


1969 J 


18 


541 


1,944 


2,713 


1,055 


720 


583 


2,007 


2,781 


1,073 


752 


F 


15 


538 


1,936 


2,726 


1,059 


725 


581 


2,010 


2,794 


1,074 


747 


M 


22 


534 


1,949 


2,734 


1,052 


736 


581 


2,027 


2,796 


1,067 


755 


A 


19 


549 


1,987 


2,767 


1,048 


757 


587 


2,036 


2,806 


1,071 


771 


M 


24 


586 


2,008 


2,820 


1,072 


784 


584 


2,020 


2,813 


1,073 


776 


J 


21 


605 


2,094 


2,853 


1,080 


808 


576 


2,037 


2,797 


1,069 


796 


J 


19 


623 


2,127 


2,908 


1,099 


800 


576 


2,033 


2,797 


1,067 


766 


A 


23 


622 


2,122 


2,894 


1,093 


804 


576 


2,035 


2,794 


1,069 


774 


S 


20 


597 


2,038 


2,790 


1,058 


783 


574 


2,013 


2,805 


1,066 


778 


O 


18 


594 


2,046 


2,795 


1,060 


785 


577 


2,030 


2,805 


1,063 


781 


N 


15 


582 


2,037 


2,794 


1,072 


785 


574 


2,027 


2,798 


1,067 


784 


D 


13 


575 


2,014 


2,805 


1,086 


775 


579 


2,025 


2,813 


1,073 


780 


1970 J 


17 


542 


1,970 


2,752 


1,052 


761 


584 


2,034 


2,820 


1,069 


795 


F 


21 


535 


1,959 


2,762 


1,049 


770 


578 


2,036 


2,829 


1,063 


793 


M 


21 


532 


1,941 


2,784 


1,065 


765 


579 


2,019 


2,848 


1,082 


785 


A 


18 


545 


1,960 


2,807 


1,062 


798 


583 


2,008 


2,846 


1,085 


813 


M 23 


590 


2,008 


2,909 


1,102 


793 


587 


2,020 


2,900 


1,103 


784 


J 


20 


612 


2,095 


2,964 


1,123 


784 


583 


2,035 


2,906 


1,112 


772 


J 


18 


631 


2,139 


2,959 


1,146 


807 


584 


2,044 


2,846 


1,113 


773 


A 22 


628 


2,112 


2,962 


1,141 


815 


581 


2,025 


2,861 


1,116 


785 


S 


19 


607 


2,075 


2,857 


1,093 


795 


584 


2,051 


2,872 


1,101 


791 


17 


604 


2,083 


2,882 


1,115 


785 


587 


2,067 


2,893 


1,118 


781 


N 


14 


597 


2,083 


2,876 


1,098 


788 


589 


2,073 


2,880 


1,093 


786 



'See footnote 1, table 3. 2 See footnote 2, table 4. 



Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 7 and 8 



42 



Table 7: unemployed by region 1 (thousands of persons) 



January, 1971 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B. C. 



1968 
1969 



47 


145 


104 


39 


47 


49 


158 


95 


39 


42 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
3 3 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 


19 


34 


113 


75 


24 


42 


51 


149 


104 


40 


47 


N 


16 


40 


134 


82 


35 


47 


49 


159 


102 


36 


46 


D 


14 


45 


152 


87 


45 


44 


47 


161 


95 


37 


42 


1969 J 


18 


63 


187 


111 


53 


53 


43 


150 


86 


36 


40 


F 


15 


66 


186 


116 


52 


53 


44 


142 


93 


36 


43 


M 


22 


67 


190 


99 


48 


44 


45 


142 


82 


36 


40 


A 


19 


67 


182 


100 


42 


41 


48 


152 


92 


37 


39 


M 


24 


52 


166 


97 


33 


38 


52 


161 


108 


37 


40 


J 


21 


41 


152 


121 


33 


36 


56 


163 


104 


42 


38 


J 


19 


42 


139 


96 


38 


34 


56 


158 


92 


42 


40 


A 


23 


38 


138 


83 


26 


33 


56 


168 


93 


39 


42 


S 


20 


32 


124 


68 


22 


33 


53 


177 


95 


36 


44 





18 


34 


135 


73 


32 


40 


51 


177 


100 


53 


45 


N 


15 


40 


143 


82 


41 


48 


49 


171 


102 


42 


47 


D 


13 


46 


152 


95 


44 


46 


49 


161 


104 


36 


44 


1970 J 


17 


62 


178 


124 


60 


61 


42 


143 


96 


40 


46 


F 


21 


68 


195 


136 


70 


57 


46 


148 


109 


49 


46 


M 


21 


67 


206 


141 


69 


59 


45 


154 


117 


52 


54 


A 


18 


66 


203 


145 


72 


58 


48 


169 


134 


64 


55 


M 23 


44 


201 


132 


64 


72 


44 


194 


146 


71 


75 


J 


20 


38 


188 


158 


58 


87 


51 


201 


135 


73 


91 


J 


18 


48 


184 


153 


57 


76 


64 


209 


146 


63 


89 


A 22 


39 


171 


124 


50 


64 


57 


208 


138 


75 


81 


S 


19 


35 


147 


114 


44 


58 


59 


210 


160 


73 


78 


17 


34 


159 


108 


49 


69 


50 


208 


146 


81 


77 


N 


14 


42 


168 


126 


64 


76 


51 


201 


157 


66 


74 



'See footnote 1 , table 3. 



2 See footnote 2 , table 4. 



Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



Table 8: unemployment rate by region' (per cent) 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 

prov. 



B.C. 



1968 
1969 



7.3 
7.6 



6.5 
6.9 



3.5 

3.1 



3.0 
2.9 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



5.9 
5.0 



M.C.D. 
I 3 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 


19 


5.2 


5.0 


2.5 


1.8 


5.3 


7.9 


6.6 


3.5 


3.0 


5.9 


N 


16 


6.2 


6.0 


2.7 


2.6 


5.8 


7.6 


7.0 


3.4 


2.7 


5.7 


D 


14 


7.1 


6.8 


3.0 


3.4 


5.4 


7.3 


7.2 


3.2 


2.7 


5.1 


1969 J 


18 


10.1 


8.4 


3.8 


4.0 


6.7 


6.6 


6.6 


2.9 


2.7 


4.9 


F 


15 


10.5 


8.4 


3.9 


3.9 


6.6 


6.7 


6.3 


3.1 


2.7 


5.3 


M 


22 


10.8 


8.5 


3.4 


3.7 


5.5 


6.9 


6.2 


2.7 


2.7 


4.9 


A 


19 


10.5 


8.0 


3.3 


3.2 


5.0 


7.3 


6.6 


3.0 


2.7 


4.7 


M 


24 


7.8 


7.2 


3.2 


2.4 


4.5 


7.9 


7.0 


3.5 


2.7 


4.7 


J 


21 


6.1 


6.5 


3.9 


2.4 


4.1 


8.5 


7.1 


3.4 


3.1 


4.4 


J 


19 


6.0 


5.8 


3.0 


2.7 


3.9 


8.5 


6.9 


3.0 


3.1 


4.9 


A 


23 


5.5 


5.8 


2.6 


1.8 


3.8 


8.5 


7.3 


3.1 


2.9 


5.1 


S 


20 


4.9 


5.4 


2.3 


1.6 


3.9 


8.2 


7.7 


3.1 


2.7 


5.2 





18 


5.2 


5.9 


2.4 


2.4 


4.7 


7.8 


7.7 


3.3 


3.9 


5.3 


N 


15 


6.2 


6.3 


2.7 


3.1 


5.6 


7.6 


7.4 


3.4 


3.1 


5.5 


D 


13 


7.2 


6.7 


3.1 


3.3 


5.5 


7.5 


7.0 


3.4 


2.7 


5.2 


1970 J 


17 


10.0 


8.0 


4.2 


4.6 


7.3 


6.5 


6.3 


3.2 


3.0 


5.3 


F 


21 


11.0 


8.7 


4.5 


5.3 


6.7 


7.1 


6.4 


3.6 


3.6 


5.3 


M 


21 


10.8 


9.2 


4.6 


5.2 


7.0 


6.9 


6.7 


3.8 


__^-3r8 — 


6.3 


A 


18 


10.4 


8.9 


4.7 


5.4 


6.6 


7.4 


7.4 


4.3 


4.7 


6.2 


M 23 


6.6 


8.6 


4.2 


4.5 


8.1 


6.7 


8.4 


4.6 


5.1 


8.5 


J 


20 


5.6 


7.8 


4.8 


4.1 


9.7 


7.7 


8.5 


4.3 


5.2 


10.2 


J 


18 


6.7 


7.5 


4.7 


3.9 


8.3 


9.5 


8.9 


4.7 


4.5 


10.1 


A 22 


5.6 


7.1 


3.8 


3.4 


7.1 


8.5 


8.9 


4.4 


5.3 


9.2 


S 


19 


5.2 


6.3 


3.7 


3.2 


6.6 


8.8 


8.9 


5.1 


5.2 


8.8 


O 17 


5.1 


6.8 


3.4 


3.5 


7.9 


7.6 


8.8 


4.6 


5.7 


8.8 


N 


14 


6.3 


7.2 


4.0 


4.7 


8.6 


7.6 


8.4 


4.9 


4.8 


8.4 



'The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force for each region. Due to weighting differences, a simple average of the regional rates will not give the 
seasonally adjusted Canada rate on page 7, nor the unadjusted Canada rate in table 3. Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



January, 1971 



43 



Table 9: not in the labour force by region' (thousands of persons) 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 9 and 10 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 
1969 



692 


1,878 


2,147 


1,004 


625 


707 


1,909 


2,198 


1,022 


639 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
2 3 4 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 


19 


692 


1,893 


2,165 


994 


639 


700 


1,888 


2,139 


997 


639 


N 


16 


702 


1,907 


2,151 


998 


634 


700 


1,888 


2,118 


989 


633 


D 


14 


713 


1,927 


2,210 


1,015 


630 


702 


1,896 


2,181 


996 


620 


1969 J 


18 


723 


1,936 


2,215 


1,042 


663 


695 


1,886 


2,149 


999 


641 


F 


15 


725 


1,955 


2,210 


1,036 


658 


696 


1,894 


2,150 


995 


639 


M 


22 


731 


1,942 


2,230 


1,049 


657 


698 


1,892 


2,164 


1,004 


638 


A 


19 


714 


1,906 


2,202 


1,031 


643 


693 


1,888 


2,161 


1,009 


629 


M 


24 


691 


1,895 


2,155 


983 


620 


695 


1,895 


2,148 


1,008 


624 


J 


21 


686 


1,839 


2,100 


989 


602 


707 


1,883 


2,191 


1,015 


617 


J 


19 


665 


1,796 


2,065 


963 


612 


710 


1,905 


2,212 


1,027 


653 


A 


23 


676 


1,817 


2,110 


972 


623 


714 


1,908 


2,236 


1,029 


653 


S 


20 


711 


1,943 


2,261 


1,031 


647 


721 


1,935 


2,232 


1,038 


642 





18 


710 


1,937 


2,271 


1,046 


642 


718 


1,931 


2,244 


1,048 


642 


N 


15 


725 


1,960 


2,279 


1,059 


640 


723 


1,939 


2,242 


1,050 


639 


D 


13 


732 


1,986 


2,276 


1,063 


657 


720 


1,953 


2,246 


1,044 


647 


1970 J 


17 


753 


2,018 


2,329 


1,094 


663 


724 


1,965 


2,259 


1,049 


641 


F 


21 


757 


2,014 


2,323 


1,088 


660 


727 


1,950 


2,262 


1,045 


641 


M 


21 


761 


2,027 


2,307 


1,075 


667 


726 


1,974 


2,238 


1,029 


648 


A 


18 


749 


1,996 


2,283 


1,069 


639 


726 


1,978 


2,240 


1,046 


625 


M 


23 


719 


1,953 


2,195 


999 


639 


724 


1,953 


2,188 


1,025 


6 43 


J 


20 


703 


1,881 


2,121 


989 


629 


725 


1,929 


2,214 


1,015 


646 


J 


18 


671 


1,835 


2,132 


957 


616 


717 


1,948 


2,285 


1,020 


657 


A 


22 


686 


1,890 


2,167 


967 


638 


724 


1,985 


2,293 


1,023 


669 


S 


19 


717 


1,971 


2,323 


1,033 


671 


726 


1,961 


2,293 


1,039 


666 


O 17 


721 


1,976 


2,310 


1,031 


678 


729 


1,968 


2,283 


1,032 


678 


N 


14 


726 


1,970 


2,322 


1,064 


676 


724 


1,949 


2,283 


1,056 


675 



'See footnote 1 , table 3. 



2 See footnote 2 , table 4. 



Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



Table 10: activities of the Unemployment Insurance Commission 











unemployment 


insurance 












claims and benefit payments 


(thousands) 






fund (million dollars) 




claimants 
















monthly 


for un- 


initial and 






amount 








averages 


employment 


renewal 




number of 


of benefit 


employer- 




balance in 


or months 


insurance 


claims 


beneficiaries 


weeks 


(million 


employee 


total 


fund, end 




benefit 1 


filed 


(estimoted) 


compensated 


dollars) 


contributions 


revenue 


of period 


1968 


423.2 


160.7 


312.9 


1,374 


36.51 


33.23 


41.21 


329.4 


1969 


410.1 


154.6 


307.5 


1,311 


41.58 


41.14 


51.55 


433.6 


1968 S 


246.7 


91.1 


198.9 


796 


20.76 


42.63 


52.62 


341.5 


O 


264.5 


117.5 


155.5 


777 


20.84 


40.40 


50.78 


371.4 


N 


341.6 


170.8 


186.2 


745 


20.62 


40.63 


50.48 


401.3 


D 


497.9 


276.4 


235.6 


1,060 


30.80 


45.89 


55.65 


426.1 


1969 J 


616.0 


267.3 


501.9 


2,008 


61.24 


41.32 


52.98 


417.9 


F 


631.0 


168.6 


536.2 


2,145 


67.39 


40.18 


49.85 


400.3 


M 


594.1 


158.4 


526.1 


2,105 


66.44 


38.17 


48.35 


382.3 


A 


526.5 


155.4 


392.2 


1,961 


61.89 


36.74 


44.96 


367.0 


M 


305.0 


125.3 


423.4 


1,694 


52.85 


38.54 


48.05 


360.5 


J 


276.9 


91.3 


208.1 


833 


26.50 


42.21 


52.48 


386.5 


J 


278.6 


120.9 


155.7 


779 


24.79 


41.76 


52.07 


413.8 


A 


267.7 


87.1 


218.6 


875 


27.75 


42.68 


52.52 


438.5 


S 


259.6 


90.4 


165.6 


745 


24.01 


42.84 


54.32 


468.9 





280.0 


124.2 


174.4 


785 


25.53 


42.03 


53.23 


496.6 


N 


349.2 


165.3 


192.8 


831 


27.55 


45.09 


56.40 


525.4 


D 


536.7 


300.9 


195.3 


976 


33.06 


42.14 


53.43 


545.8 


1970 J 


659.5 


266.1 


549.4 


2,198 


76.50 


43.95 


55.88 


525.2 


F 


694.4 


200.8 


549.1 


2,196 


77.63 


40.26 


51.36 


498.9 


M 


705.1 


202.8 


528.0 


2,376 


83.91 


33.54 


43.16 


458.1 


A 


690.7 


208.9 


513.1 


2,309 


81.06 


37.62 


48.24 


425.8 


M 


505.4 


166.4 


529.6 


2,118 


74.45 


37.22 


43.67 


394.5 


J 


441.9 


138.2 


254.3 


1,144 


40.51 


43.01 


54.34 


408.4 


J 


439.4 


148.4 


277.9 


1,250 


43.85 


42.75 


56.27 


420.8 


A 


408.7 


106.4 


298.5 


1,194 


41.38 


46.29 


58.74 


438.1 


S 


391.1 


121.0 


221.2 


1,106 


37.74 


42.76 


53.99 


454.4 





398.7 


142.1 


291.5 


1,166 


40.37 


40.16 


50.73 


464.8 



1 AM persons currently reporting to local offices to claim unemployment insurance benefit, either regular, seasonal or fishing. Sources: Statistical Report on 
the Operation of the Unemployment Insurance Act, (73*001), D. B. S. ; Monthly Statement of the Unemployment Insurance Fund. 



SECTION 4 














44 












January, 1971 


TABLE 


11 




































Table 


11: time 


lost in work stoppages', ba 


sed on th 


e 1960 s 


andard in 


dustrial c 


lassif icat 


ion 2 (tho 


jsand man 


•working 


days) 
























manufacturing 












years 
























and 








fishing 


mines, 




















furniture 


paper 


months 








and 


guarries, 




food and 


tobacco 








knitting 






and 


and allied 






total 


forestry 


trapping 


oil wells 


total 3 


beverages 


products 


rubber 


leather 


textiles 


mills 


clothing 


wood 


fixtures 


industries 


1968 


5 


, 082. 7 


4.4 


_ 


91.2 3 


, 557. 7 


151.2 


5.4 


197.7 


4.3 


11.6 


_ 


9.5 


419.7 


5.9 


339.1 


1969* 


7 


736.7 


28.9 


- 


1,073.1 3 


433.0 


98.2 


- 


39.8 


2.0 


59.9 


- 


- 


66.3 


14.5 


87.1 


1968 




295.0 


0.4 


_ 


7.8 


772.5 


3.9 


_ 


7.4 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


8.8 


2.2 


34.6 


N 




218.4 


- 


- 


3.2 


88.0 


0.1 


- 


8.9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29.3 


D 




108. 1 


- 


- 


2.3 


68.4 


2.3 


- 


9.2 


- 


3.7 


- 


- 


1.4 


- 


25.4 


1969 J 




725.7 


_ 


_ 


2.2 


87.6 


4.8 


- 


10.1 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


3.0 


- 


21.8 


F 




737. 7 


- 


- 


- 


57.3 


7.9 


- 


4.2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.1 


- 


2.7 


M 




769. 7 


0.8 


- 


4.8 


93.5 


13.6 


- 


2.6 


- 


1.7 


- 


- 


2.2 


1.0 


7.5 


A 




272. S 


- 


- 


8.8 


742.6 


17.3 


- 


- 


- 


0.3 


- 


- 


2.2 


4.6 


34.5 


M 


J 


099.4 


- 


- 


61.3 


746. 7 


30.9 


- 


- 


1.2 


- 


- 


- 


2.2 


4.5 


14.1 


J 




911.7 


6.4 


- 


87.5 


7 70.3 


12.9 


- 


- 


0.8 


3.4 


- 


- 


7.4 


4.5 


0.4 


J 


7 


058.2 


9.0 


- 


66.0 


350.0 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.2 


- 


- 


7.5 


- 


- 


A 


1 


178.8 


8.2 


- 


93.5 


885.7 


- 


- 


6.8 


- 


6.4 


- 


- 


17.9 


- 


- 


S 


1 


726.8 


0.5 


- 


85.9 


930.7 


- 


- 


8.6 


- 


9.8 


- 


- 


11.1 


- 


2.2 





1 


7 72.6 


3.2 


- 


436.2 


487.7 


4.4 


- 


- 


- 


19.8 


- 


- 


5,2 


- 


0.3 


N 




402.0 


- 


- 


219.5 


87.5 


6.3 


- 


3.2 


- 


8.2 


- 


- 


2.6 


- 


1.3 


D 




138.3 


0.8 


- 


7.5 


53.9 


0.3 


- 


4.4 


- 


10.2 


- 


- 


2.9 


- 


2.3 


1970 J 




102.8 


_ 


_ 


7.8 


50.6 


1.1 


_ 


3.4 


- 


2.0 


- 


2.2 


4.7 


- 


6.i 


F 




121.0 


- 


- 


3.0 


58.4 


9.0 


- 


0.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4.6 


- 


7.1 


M 




766. 7 


- 


- 


17.7 


702.5 


38.0 


- 


2.8 


- 


0.5 


- 


- 


2.0 


1.2 


3.0 


A 




633.9 


- 


- 


12.8 


749.8 


21.9 


- 


3.3 


- 


3.4 


- 


2.0 


- 


9.2 


4.9 


M 


1 


263.8 


- 


- 


0.4 


739.0 


13.8 


- 


12.2 


- 


3.4 


- 


3.1 


8.5 


1.2 


7.6 


J 


7 


7 72.9 


- 


- 


14.0 


770.6 


34.4 


6.6 


13.4 


- 


- 


- 


3.4 


12.1 


1.4 


16.2 


J 


i, 


753.7 


- 


- 


0.2 


796.2 


13.7 


7.0 


6.3 


- 


- 


- 


3.4 


38.2 


- 


28.0 


A 




675.3 


- 


- 


- 


280.2 


12.0 


5.1 


1.1 


- 


- 


- 


3.2 


46.6 


7.8 


113.2 


S 




637.8 


- 


- 


- 


592.0 


7.7 


- 


- 


2.0 


- 


- 


3.2 


16.6 


9.2 


99.7 







780. 7 


- 


- 


- 


720.9 


6.4 


- 


- 


0.8 


- 


2.7 


3.2 


16.6 


- 


27.9 


N 




724.2 






3.9 


688.8 








1.5 








6.4 
















manufacturi 


ig 


















community, 
business 


years 
































and 
months 












trans- 


.1.. 


non- 
metallic 








e 


lectricity, 


tro 


de 


and 








metal 




elec- 


petroleum 








gas 






personal 








primary 


fabri- 


ma- 


portation 


trical 


mineral 


and coal 


chemiccl 


con- 


rranspor- 


and other 


whole- 




service 




printing 4 


metals 


cating 


chinery 


eguipment 


products 


products 


products 


industries 


struction 


tation 5 


utilities 


sale 


retail 


industries 


1968 




82.9 


82.5 


105.1 


441.3 


1,444.8 


64.4 


86.7 


0.2 


0.9 


270.7 


534.9 


2.4 


3.8 


340.7 


66.2 


1969 




10.0 1 


,671.5 


820.2 


77.6 


145.5 


80.1 


72.8 


57.2 


42.2 1 


,958.0 


492.7 


56.7 


15.7 


231.8 


130.8 


1968 




7.7 


11.0 


4.3 


17.6 


34.5 


10.0 


24.0 


0.2 


_ 


31.5 


6.4 


_ 


_ 


66.9 


3.4 


N 




7.3 


2.2 


0.1 


8.6 


16.3 


7.1 


- 


- 


- 


31.0 


19.2 


- 


- 


53.9 


9.4 


D 




- 


0.5 


- 


- 


9.3 


5.8 


4.7 


- 


- 


10.1 


6.8 


- 


- 


3.7 


0.6 


1969 J 




_ 


_ 


2.8 


3.7 


14.0 


6.4 


4.5 


_ 


10.0 


14.3 


1.2 


0.2 


2.3 


- 


_ 


F 




- 


4.5 


9.3 


6.8 


- 


3.9 


- 


- 


10.0 


7.9 


0.8 


33.1 


3.2 


- 


14.6 


M 




1.4 


19.1 


11.0 


7.1 


3.6 


5.7 


2.4 


- 


8.5 


16.3 


5.9 


16.5 


3.4 


- 


0.9 


A 




- 


13.7 


9.4 


- 


13.7 


8.5 


24.5 


- 


5.2 


21.0 


47.6 


- 


3.4 


14.8 


13.7 


M 




8.6 


0.6 


5.2 


8.1 


23.8 


12.6 


12.2 


4.9 


6.9 


690.9 


88.4 


0.8 


3.4 


32.7 


48.4 


J 




- 


2.4 


8.5 


11.8 


22.3 


1.8 


9.7 


14.6 


1.6 


549.2 


23.5 


- 


- 


94.3 


0.5 


J 




- 


275.0 


13.0 


12.2 


11.9 


5.4 


3.3 


15.2 


- 


372.6 


150.1 


6.1 


- 


67.7 


0.2 


A 




- 


528.7 


274.7 


12.4 


8.6 


11.6 


12.7 


- 


- 


106.2 


48.0 


- 


- 


12.7 


1.8 


S 




- 


560.2 


292.5 


15.4 


10.0 


2.6 


0.7 


11.6 


- 


66.1 


16.4 


- 


- 


3.3 


3.8 







- 


220.9 


184.8 


- 


27.4 


7.4 


- 


11.0 


- 


49.7 


74.4 


- 


- 


3.1 


31.4 


N 




- 


46.2 


4.4 


- 


9.5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24.0 


29.7 


- 


0.1 


- 


11.4 


D 




- 


0.2 


4.6 


- 


0.7 


14.2 


2.8 


- 


- 


39.8 


6.7 


- 


- 


3.2 


4.0 


1970 J 




_ 


_ 


6.6 


_ 


_ 


14.0 


4.0 


_ 


_ 


18.8 


4.4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3.2 


F 




12.0 


- 


7.9 


- 


- 


10.2 


- 


- 


1.4 


4.0 


22.1 


- 


- 


1.9 


10.3 


M 




29.9 


- 


1.3 


- 


- 


12.7 


- 


- 


- 


6.8 


6.7 


5.8 


- 


- 


4.4 


A 




31.1 


12.6 


6.8 


- 


0.2 


14.1 


13.2 


- 


2.0 


426.7 


6.2 


8.4 


- 


- 


3.9 


M 




9.7 


0.4 


5.4 


5.5 


6.6 


31.2 


15.0 


- 


- 1 


,042.5 


44.7 


12.6 


- 


- 


7.8 


J 




- 


- 


9.3 


2.7 


7.2 


27.9 


15.5 


- 


- 


726.0 


84.8 


5.3 


3.9 


- 


84.7 


J 




2.6 


28.0 


3.2 


11.2 


10.5 


22.6 


11.0 


- 


- 


749.7 


68.5 


- 


2.2 


- 


94.7 


A 




- 


43.6 


- 


5.2 


14.3 


25.2 


3.1 


- 


- 


232.0 


81.0 


0.4 


- 


- 


68.3 


S 




- 


42.0 


1.7 


3.4 


355.3 


33.9 


4.6 


- 


12.7 


15.8 


1.0 


- 


- 


- 


4.4 







- 


32.6 


- 


3.7 


576.0 


33.2 


5.2 


- 


12.6 


19.8 


2.6 


- 


0.2 


- 


9.1 


N 








0.5 




587.1 


88.1 


0.5 






3.5 


6.3 


6.2 


3.1 




2.0 



'In calculating time loss, only the workers directly affected by the strike or lockout are taken into account; time lost by workers indirectly offected, such as 
those laid off as a result of a work stoppage is not included. 2 The statistics for individual industries exclude strikes and lockouts involving fewer than 100 workers; 
the total, however, includes all work stoppages. The agricultural, finance, insurance and real estate ond public administration and defence industries are not 

shown separately; should strikes occur in these industries, they also will be shown in the total. 'Includes miscellaneous manufacturing industries. 'Includes also 
publishing and allied industries. 'Includes also the storage and communication industries. Source: Labour Gozette, Deportment of Labour. 

*Revised monthly data will be available later. 



January, 1971 45 

Table 12: employment indexes,' by industrial division (1961 - 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 12 



monthly 

averages industrial 
or months composite 2 



mining, 
including 
forestry milling 



manufacturing 



total 



non- 
durable 
goods 



durable 
goods 



con- 
struction 



transport- 
ation, com- finance, 

munication trade insurance 

ond other and real 

utilities 3 wholesale retail estate 



1968 
1969 



122.7 
127.0 



91.1 
88.3 



109.8 
108.0 



122.1 
125.3 



114.4 
115.9 



131.7 
136.8 



119.4 
119.0 



109.5 
112.2 



122.5 
129.0 



133.2 
140.7 



131.4 
138.8 



157.9 
171.8 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 S 
O 
N 
D 

1969 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 



1970 



126.7 


107.4 


110.4 


125.8 


118.1 


135.3 


133.9 


113.0 


124.2 


133.6 


131.7 


164.4 


126.0 


102.7 


110.0 


124.6 


116.4 


134.7 


131.9 


111.5 


124.8 


136.7 


132.2 


162.8 


125.7 


92.2 


109.7 


124.0 


115.3 


134.8 


123.6 


110.9 


125.3 


144.7 


133.3 


160.1 


122.7 


75.6 


108.3 


121.4 


111.7 


133.4 


103.1 


109.5 


124.0 


148.6 


133.6 


155.7 


121.4 


65.4 


109.8 


121.8 


112.2 


133.6 


103.6 


108.0 


124.0 


136.0 


134.3 


157.8 


122.0 


63.1 


110.4 


122.5 


112.8 


134.6 


104.8 


108.7 


124.5 


134.5 


134.9 


160.2 


122.7 


61.8 


111.5 


123.2 


112.9 


135.9 


104.7 


109.1 


125.3 


136.3 


136.0 


161.7 


123.4 


58.1 


108.8 


123.6 


113.2 


136.5 


111.3 


108.9 


126.2 


137.1 


136.1 


163.4 


127.0 


86.8 


107.6 


126.2 


116.0 


138.8 


114.4 


114.1 


128.2 


138.3 


138.0 


171.3 


130.2 


107.3 


111.7 


128.9 


119.0 


141.1 


121.6 


115.2 


130.0 


140.2 


139.7 


178.5 


129.1 


111.8 


105.5 


125.3 


118.2 


134.1 


130.1 


115.6 


129.4 


135.6 


141.0 


181.8 


131.1 


111.2 


103.5 


127.9 


121.0 


136.4 


136.3 


117.2 


130.6 


137.3 


140.4 


184.3 


130.3 


108.8 


103.5 


127.9 


119.5 


136.4 


134.8 


114.9 


131.4 


142.5 


140.0 


179.2 


130.0 


103.3 


101.4 


126.4 


117.7 


137.7 


133.3 


112.7 


133.3 


145.3 


141.1 


179.3 


130.1 


96.6 


111.4 


126.4 


115.9 


139.5 


126.0 


112.5 


133.4 


151.7 


141.8 


175.3 


126.5 


85.6 


111.2 


123.3 


112.6 


136.5 


106.8 


109.9 


131.6 


153.6 


141.9 


169.3 


124.4 


81.7 


111.6 


122.5 


112.8 


134.4 


102.8 


108.6 


131.8 


140.4 


142.5 


169.9 


124.3 


78.1 


113.1 


122.6 


112.5 


135.1 


102.5 


108.3 


131.7 


J39.5 


142.9 


170.4 


124.2 


68.3 


113.2 


122.6. 


112.5 


135. Or 


102.4 


108.1 


131.7 


140.2 


142.8 


171.9 


124.5 


58.4 


112.3 


122.2 


112.6 


134. Or 


1 04 . 7 r 


109.7 


131.8 


140.5 


142.7 


174.5 


126.7 


74.4 


115.9 


122.8 


114.4 


133.2 


112.7 


112.4 


132.5 


141.7 


143.6 


179.3 


129.6 


96.9 


119.4 


125.5 


117.5 


135.2 


120.1 


113.9 


133.8 


142.3 


144.9 


183.7 


128.6 


103.1 


121.2 


122.1 


115.9 


129.8 


122.6 


115.4 


133.0 


139.2 


145.2 


184.8 


130.9 


101.4 


120.9 


126.4 


118.9 


135.7 


127.2 


116.7 


133.5 


137.3 


144.4 


187.9 


129.6 


100.3 


117.2 


123.7 


117.5 


131.3 


127.8 


115.8 


133.8 


142.6 


143.3 


183.6 


128.6 


92.0 


115.3 


122.2 


115.7 


130.2 


126.5 


114.5 


133.9 


145.0 


143.1 


181.5 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
113 3 



1968 S 


123.3 


88.8 


110.2 


123.0 


114.5 


133.6 


119.4 


109.9 


122.5 


133.7 


131.8 


159.9 


O 


123.6 


88.2 


110.5 


123.1 


115.0 


133.2 


119.4 


110.4 


122.7 


134.6 


132.0 


160.8 


N 


124.1 


84.6 


110.9 


123.5 


115.1 


133.8 


119.0 


110.5 


124.1 


136.2 


133.1 


161.6 


D 


124.8 


79.6 


111.0 


124.1 


115.4 


134.9 


118.5 


111.8 


124.9 


137.0 


134.1 


162.9 


1969 J 


125.5 


73.4 


111.7 


124.4 


115.6 


135.3 


119.0 


112.5 


126.0 


138.2 


134.9 


165.1 


F 


126.2 


77.0 


111.9 


124.9 


116.0 


136.2 


121.6 


112.9 


127.0 


139.7 


135.5 


167.0 


M 


126.7 


87.0 


112.5 


125.2 


115.8 


137.0 


119.8 


113.1 


127.8 


139.9 


136.5 


168.0 


A 


126.8 


93.6 


112.2 


125.5 


115.8 


137.4 


119.9 


110.8 


128.3 


139.4 


137.1 


167.8 


M 


127.0 


96.0 


107.6 


125.8 


116.1 


137.9 


113.6 


113.4 


129.0 


139.8 


138.1 


169.7 


J 


127.0 


92.3 


108.2 


126.4 


116.5 


138.7 


113.4 


112.0 


128.2 


140.3 


138.9 


171.8 


J 


126.3 


91.1 


101.4 


125.1 


115.4 


136.6 


117.7 


111.3 


127.4 


139.4 


140.0 


173.0 


A 


126.6 


88.7 


100.1 


124.3 


115.7 


134.7 


120.0 


112.3 


128.5 


141.3 


139.1 


174.0 


S 


126.8 


90.0 


101.5 


124.1 


115.9 


134.4 


120.2 


111.8 


129.7 


142.7 


140.2 


174.4 


O 


127.5 


88.6 


101.8 


125.1 


116.3 


136. 1 


120.7 


111.6 


131.1 


143.1 


140.9 


177.0 


N 


128.5 


88.9 


112.7 


125.9 


115.7 


138.5 


121.3 


112.2 


132.2 


142.8 


141.7 


177.0 


D 


128.7 


90.3 


114.0 


126.1 


116.4 


138.0 


122.8 


112.2 


132.6 


141.7 


142.5 


176.3 


1970 J 


128.6 


89.5 


113.3 


125.0 


116.3 


136.3 


117.3 


113.5 


134.1 


143.0 


143.2 


177.9 


F 


128.7 


93.8 


114.7 


125.0 


115.8 


136.6 


118.8 


113.4 


134.7 


145.2 


143.6 


177.9 


M 


128.6 


97.5 


114.2 


124.7 


115.5 


136.0 


116.9 


112.8 


134.7 


144.4 


143.5 


178.6 


A 


128.0 


96.6 


116.6 


124.1 


115.4 


134.8 


113.7 


112.1 


134.4 


142.6 


143.8 


178.9 


M 


126.7 


82.9 


116.0 


122.4 


114.7 


132.4 


110.9 


111.7 


133.6 


143.0 


143.9 


177.8 


J 


126.4 


84.8 


115.6 


123.1 


114.9 


133.0 


111.6 


110.8 


132.0 


142.7 


144.2 


176.8 


J 


125.9 


84.5 


116.6 


122.0 


113.2 


132.2 


110.1 


111.2 


131.0 


143.1 


144.2 


175.9 


A 


126.4 


80.9 


116.9 


122.8 


113.7 


133.9 


112.1 


111.8 


131.4 


141.3 


143.1 


177.4 


Sr 


126.1 


82.9 


117.0 


120.9 


114.0 


129.5 


114.0 


112.7 


132.1 


142.9 


143.5 


178.6 





126.1 


78.9 


115.8 


120.7 


114.4 


128.7 


114.6 


113.4 


131.7 


142.8 


142.9 


179.1 



'The data in Tables 12 to 19 are based on reports from firms employing 20 persons or more in any month of the year and relate to the last pay periods in the 
month. Greater industrial and area detail and more explanatory notes are given in the source publication named below. 'Excludes agriculture, fishing, trapping and 
public administration and defence. 'Includes storage, electric power, gas and water utilities. 4 Excludes domestic service. Source: Employment and Average 

Weekly Woges and Salaries, (72-002), D. B. S. 



SECTION 4 










46 












Januory, 1971 


TABLE 13 
































Table 13: employment indexes,' industria 


compos 


ite, by province (1961 " 


100) 






monthly 
























averages 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alto. 


B.C. 


1968 




122.7 


119.3 


131.9 


114.3 


116.5 


117.7 


126.1 


115.6 


119.5 


128.7 


128.8 


1969 




127.0 


120.0 


130.6 


117.8 


119.0 

unadjusted for 


120.1 
seasonal 


131.0 

variation 


118.0 


118.1 


136.7 


137.6 


1968 


S 


126.7 


126.3 


150.4 


118.2 


122.8 


121.8 


129.7 


119.6 


123.6 


132.1 


133.7 







126.0 


128.2 


147.2 


116.8 


120.4 


120.9 


129.8 


118.6 


120.6 


130.1 


131.9 




N 


125.7 


121.6 


149.7 


116.5 


117.8 


120.1 


130.4 


117.4 


120.6 


130.1 


130.8 




D 


122.7 


113.5 


137.5 


113.6 


113.7 


116.1 


127.9 


113.5 


117.5 


129.2 


129.0 


1969 


J 


121.4 


110.3 


111.6 


113.4 


111.5 


115.3 


127.3 


112.2 


112.2 


126.4 


125.6 




F 


122.0 


110.6 


108.7 


113.3 


110.8 


115.3 


127.5 


112.4 


114.2 


129.3 


128.3 




M 


122.7 


110.7 


106.9 


112.9 


110.7 


115.8 


128.1 


112.9 


113.7 


130.9 


131.6 




A 


123.4 


111.0 


113.4 


114.2 


110.2 


116.1 


129.1 


112.7 


115.5 


130.5 


132.6 




M 


127.0 


116.6 


129.0 


116.8 


118.4 


119.8 


131.5 


118.0 


119.9 


135.5 


137.6 




J 


130.2 


122.3 


142.7 


122.7 


124.9 


122.8 


134.4 


120.6 


122.0 


140.5 


140.1 




J 


129.1 


128.1 


149.3 


123.3 


127.0 


123.0 


130.4 


121.8 


122.6 


143.6 


140.8 




A 


131.1 


133.1 


154.6 


123.1 


130.1 


125.1 


132.0 


123.0 


123.7 


143.2 


146.4 




S 


130.3 


132.7 


146.5 


119.7 


125.0 


124.3 


132.1 


122.6 


122.4 


142.1 


143.5 







130.0 


129.0 


145.2 


119.8 


123.5 


123.8 


132.8 


122.3 


119.7 


140.7 


142.2 




N 


130.1 


122.4 


132.8 


118.5 


120.5 


122.2 


134.9 


120.6 


116.9 


140.2 


142.4 




D 


126.5 


113.5 


126.1 


115.5 


115.4 


118.0 


131.8 


117.0 


114.7 


137.2 


139.6 


1970 


J 


124.4 


111.3 


117.6 


112.5 


111.5 


116.4 


129.6 


115.3 


109.0 


135.3 


137.3 




F 


124.3 


109.8 


112.7 


109.9 


111.1 


116.4 


129.7 


115.0 


108.0 


134.9 


138.0 




M 


124.2 


111.9 


113.1 


108.7 


109.2 


116.4 


129.5 


115.7 


108.6 


135.0 


138.0 




A 


124.5 


111.1 


115.3 


110.7 


110.5 


116.7 


129.9 


115.4 


108.2 


133.8 


138.0 




M 


126.7 


118.6 


132.3 


114.2 


119.9 


119.0 


132.0 


117.6 


112.5 


138.0 


134.8 




J 


129.6 


131.1 


145.2 


116.9 


125.6 


122.1 


134.0 


120.0 


116.7 


141.4 


138.6 




J 


128.6 


132.0 


147.6 


118.5 


125.6 


120.4 


131.8 


119.9 


118.5 


143.6 


140.0 




A 


130.9 


133.9 


154.3 


116.7 


128.0 


123.0 


134.7 


121.0 


118.8 


143.2 


142.6 




Sr 


129.6 


131.3 


152.6 


118.0 


126.5 


122.5 


132.7 


120.4 


116.5 


141.3 


142.8 







128.6 


131.0 


148.0 


117.8 


124.0 


121.2 


131.7 


119.2 


115.9 


139.6 


142.8 



adjusted for seasonal voriation 



M. CD. 



1968 S 


123.3 


114.5 


134.9 


114.4 


116.5 


117.9 


127.3 


115.8 


118.7 


128.7 


129.4 


O 


123.6 


119.3 


133.1 


114.2 


116.6 


117.8 


127.9 


116.0 


117.3 


129.1 


130.1 


N 


124.1 


117.9 


138.6 


114.8 


116.4 


118.3 


128.4 


116.3 


118.9 


130.3 


131.1 


D 


124.8 


119.7 


137.7 


115.2 


116.6 


118.6 


129.0 


116.0 


120.1 


132.1 


132.9 


1969 J 


125.5 


121.7 


131.5 


117.5 


117.4 


119.6 


129.9 


116.3 


119.4 


130.8 


131.9 


F 


126.2 


123.1 


133.3 


119.2 


118.7 


119.9 


130.5 


117.0 


121.8 


133.5 


133.8 


M 


126.7 


123.2 


130.1 


117.9 


119.0 


120.7 


131.0 


117.4 


120.1 


134.4 


135.3 


A 


126.8 


124.6 


130.6 


118.4 


121.4 


119.6 


131.2 


116.2 


119.7 


136.6 


135.6 


M 


127.0 


119.9 


127.1 


117.5 


120.1 


119.5 


131.4 


117.7 


118.8 


135.8 


137.4 


J 


127.0 


116.4 


132.3 


119.0 


118.7 


119.6 


132.0 


117.8 


117.6 


136.1 


136.6 


J 


126.3 


116.2 


131.9 


118.6 


118.0 


119.8 


130.1 


117.4 


117.0 


136.9 


134.8 


A 


126.6 


118.8 


138.1 


118.1 


119.3 


120. 1 


129.4 


118.7 


117.5 


136.9 


139.6 


S 


126.8 


120.3 


131.1 


115.9 


118.6 


120.3 


129.6 


118.8 


117.6 


138.5 


139.0 


O 


127.5 


120.0 


131.5 


117.2 


119.6 


120.7 


131.0 


119.6 


116.4 


139.7 


140.3 


N 


128.5 


118.7 


122.9 


116.9 


119.2 


120.4 


132.9 


119.4 


115.3 


140.5 


142.8 


D 


128.7 


119.6 


126.0 


117.2 


118.4 


120.7 


132.9 


119.7 


117.2 


140.3 


143.5 


1970 J 


128.6 


124.6 


136.2 


116.7 


117.0 


121.1 


132.2 


119.3 


116.8 


140.1 


144.3 


F 


128.7 


124.6 


137.6 


116.0 


118.8 


121.5 


133.0 


119.8 


115.8 


139.5 


144.0 


M 


128.6 


126.4 


137.3 


114.0 


117.3 


121.8 


132.7 


120.4 


115.2 


139.3 


142.2 


A 


128.0 


125.2 


130.9 


115.3 


122.8 


120.3 


132.0 


120.4 


112.6 


140.3 


141.3 


M 


126.7 


121.9 


130.7 


114.9 


121.6 


118.7 


131.9 


117.3 


111.5 


138.3 


134.5 


J 


126.4 


121.3 


135.0 


113.6 


119.5 


118.8 


131.5 


117.0 


112.4 


137.0 


135.8 


J 


125.9 


119.9 


130.3 


114.1 


116.7 


117.3 


131.6 


115.3 


113.2 


136.9 


134.0 


A 


126.4 


119.5 


137.8 


112.0 


117.4 


118.1 


132.1 


116.8 


112.5 


137.0 


136.0 


Sr 


126.1 


119.0 


136.4 


114.3 


120.1 


118.6 


130.2 


116.7 


112.0 


137.7 


138.3 


O 


126.1 


121.9 


134.2 


115.3 


120.1 


118.2 


129.9 


116.6 


112.7 


138.6 


140.9 



'See footnotes 1 and 2 and source in Table 12. 



January, 1971 47 

Table 14: employment indexes, ' by manufacturing industry 2 (1961 -100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 14 and 15 











non 


-durable manufacturi 


W 










c 


urable manufacturing 


















paper 












metal 










mon 


hly 












and 




chemi- 






primary 


fabri- 


machin- 






non- 


averages 












allied 


petroleum 


cals and 




furniture 


metal 


cating 


ery, 


transpor- 


elec- 


metallic 


or months 


food and 


rubber 


leather 


textile 




indus- 


and coal 


chemical 


wood 


and 


indus- 


indus- 


(ex elec- 


tation 


trical 


mineral 






beverages 


products 


products 


products 


clothing 


tries 


products 


products 


products 


fixtures 


tries 


tries" 


trical) 


?guipment 


products 


products 


1968 




110.2 


120.0 


100.3 


117.8 


109.2 


117.6 


104.0 


118.7 


108.4 


126.8 


125.6 


130.1 


141.0 


147.6 


143.6 


116.8 


1969 




109.1 


123.7 


99.2 


119.7 


109.2 


121.7 


104.0 


120.4 


112.9 


134.0 


122.4 


135.7 


151.5 


155.6 


150.4 


119.2 


1968 


s 


121.2 


124.4 


101.7 


119.3 


110.8 


118.1 


104.1 


118.0 


112.9 


131.0 


127.1 


133.9 


143.0 


154.0 


145.0 


122.2 







113.5 


124.7 


100.5 


120.7 


110.3 


118.4 


102.5 


118.9 


111.5 


132.1 


126.3 


133.8 


139.3 


153.8 


146.7 


119.2 




N 


109.6 


125.1 


101.6 


121.0 


108.1 


117.2 


102.5 


118.4 


111.8 


132.4 


126.8 


133.2 


139.0 


154.2 


147.1 


119.6 




D 


102.5 


121.2 


99.2 


119.1 


104.5 


117.7 


102.1 


117.2 


109.9 


127.5 


126.9 


130.5 


143.4 


153.3 


145.1 


113.8 


1969 


J 


100.8 


124.3 


102.1 


119.3 


108.9 


117.0 


102.1 


117.3 


109.0 


128.7 


116.9 


131.0 


145.3 


152.9 


146.0 


112.5 




F 


100.8 


123.8 


102.8 


119.5 


110.3 


118.1 


102.0 


118.5 


110.3 


130.4 


127.2 


132.5 


147.8 


153.1 


147.0 


113.0 




M 


100.5 


124.3 


101.8 


118.5 


110.1 


118.4 


102.5 


120.0 


111.8 


129.1 


128.5 


132.9 


149.2 


155.9 


147.6 


115.3 




A 


102.8 


125.2 


100.1 


120.5 


108.0 


117.8 


102.8 


120.5 


112.6 


130.2 


129.7 


134.9 


149.0 


156.4 


147.5 


113.4 




M 


109.3 


126.2 


100.5 


121.8 


108.2 


121.9 


105.6 


122.0 


115.7 


130.6 


132.1 


136.7 


149.3 


157.8 


151.0 


118.8 




J 


114.8 


127.6 


102.5 


123.2 


110.0 


125.4 


106.9 


123.1 


118.0 


136.0 


134.4 


138.4 


152.8 


158.4 


153.7 


122.1 




J 


117.8 


126.4 


100.5 


118.1 


106.0 


125.4 


108.0 


121.0 


116.2 


132.8 


124.6 


136.0 


151.7 


135.4 


151.1 


122.6 




A 


121.9 


129.0 


101.5 


120.2 


112.3 


125.8 


105.4 


122.1 


116.6 


137.8 


106.7 


136.5 


152.4 


158.5 


153.6 


125.4 




s 


119.0 


120.3 


97.1 


119.3 


111.9 


124.3 


103.1 


120.8 


114.2 


139.7 


100.5 


137.8 


154.7 


162.4 


153.2 


125.9 







112.7 


121.7 


95.4 


119.8 


111.1 


123.6 


103.4 


120.3 


112.0 


140.4 


112.3 


139.3 


155.3 


160.2 


153.4 


124.8 




N 


107.5 


120.2 


94.5 


119.2 


109.0 


121.0 


103.0 


120.1 


111.1 


138.8 


127.8 


138.2 


155.0 


159.3 


152.2 


122.8 




D 


101.4 


116.0 


91.4 


117.5 


105.2 


121.4 


103.0 


119.4 


107.9 


134. 1 


128.1 


134.1 


155.1 


157.0 


148.7 


114.3 


1970 


J 


100.4 


119.3 


93.1 


115.9 


110.1 


119.2 


102.9 


119.6 


106.7 


132.8 


128.6 


133.6 


154.5 


147.1 


148.8 


112.5 




F 


99.5 


117.1 


93.3 


116.2 


111.9 


119.2 


103.1 


120.3 


107.3 


131.1 


129.2 


133.1 


153.7 


151.5 


148.7 


112.5 




M 


100.6 


112.4 


90.8 


115.6 


111.4 


119.8 


103.9 


120.6 


106.5 


127.6 


130.2 


133.7 


154.2 


151.4 


148.0 


112.4 




A 


103.3 


111.5 


88.7 


114.4 


107.6 


120.5 


103.7 


121.3 


105.8 


126.1 


129.9 


133.4 


152.8 


150.0 


146.4 


111.1 




M 


109.2 


108.7 


88.5 


112.5 


108.0 


120.1 


108.2 


123.3 


101.6 


124.2 


132.7 


134.4 


146.1 


149.7 


143.9 


114.4 




J 


114.8 


110.6 


91.6 


115.9 


110.6 


124.9 


109.9 


123.6 


109.8 


127.1 


135.0 


136.7 


150.2 


146.7 


144.5 


117.5 




J 


117.4 


110.9 


92.0 


112.5 


104.5 


120.6 


111.2 


123.6 


109.1 


122.7 


131.1 


136.1 


146.9 


128.5 


142.7 


117.4 




A 


123.4 


113.4 


92.4 


114.6 


111.1 


119.5 


109.7 


120.7 


112.1 


129.5 


132.3 


137.0 


146.6 


150.0 


144.8 


118.6 




Sr 


118.1 


112.2 


91.6 


109.9 


111.0 


122.9 


106.7 


120.4 


111.5 


130.2 


129.4 


136.4 


144. 1 


130.1 


145.6 


118.2 







112.4 


111.8 


91.6 


109.9 


109.9 


122.7 


105.1 


119.3 


111.0 


129. 1 


129.9 


134.7 


146.0 


128.4 


141.7 


116.4 



'See footnote 1 and source in Table 12. Employment indexes in total manufacturing and in its total durable and non-durable components are given 

in Table 12. 3 ln addition to those listed, tobacco products; knitting mills; printing, publishing and allied; and miscellaneous manufacturing industries are included 
in non-durable manufacturing. "Except machinery and transportation eguipment industries. 



Table 15: average weekly waqes and salaries, ' by industrial division, based on the 1960 standard industrial classification-(dollars) 





nthiy 










manufacturing 






transport- 


























ation, com- 






finance, 




averages 
or months 


industrial 




mining, 
including 




non- 
durable 


durable 




munication 
and other 


trade 




insurance 
- and real 








con- 












composite 


forestry 


milling 


total 


goods 


goods 


struction 


utilities 


wholesale 


retail 


estate 


service 


1968 




109.88 


122.04 


139.16 


114.42 


106.16 


123.30 


137.59 


122.70 


108.73 


75.78 


106.21 


78.99 


1969 




117.78 


133.45 


148.94 


122.91 


114.13 


132.11 


149.85 


132.43 


117.93 


81.56 


113.81 


84.16 


1968 


S 


112.52 


122.86 


141.13 


117.08 


107.09 


127.87 


145.05 


125.08 


110.55 


76.59 


107.84 


79.62 




O 


112.89 


124.77 


143.01 


118.08 


108.48 


128.34 


143.17 


125.40 


111.24 


76.48 


108.34 


80.07 




N 


113.37 


133.06 


145.15 


118.70 


109.14 


128.80 


142.67 


126.48 


1 1 2 . 74 


76.53 


109.38 


81.48 




D 


109.95 


124.41 


141.82 


114.92 


107.50 


122.61 


118.07 


126.07 


113.65 


77.73 


109.77 


81.60 


1969 


J 


114.04 


118.24 


146.72 


119.47 


111.10 


128.17 


140.40 


128.67 


115.44 


78.05 


110.87 


82.01 




F 


115.20 


133.60 


148.07 


120.80 


1 1 1 . 87 


130.05 


148.43 


127.06 


115.70 


78.93 


111.00 


82.47 




M 


116.02 


143.38 


148.54 


121.72 


113.06 


130.60 


145.86 


129.27 


115.77 


79.64 


111.70 


83.04 




A 


116.43 


137.50 


147.02 


121.84 


113.24 


130.65 


147.49 


129.76 


116.14 


80.77 


113.58 


83.16 




M 


117.26 


129.61 


147.10 


122.58 


1 1 3 . 64 


131.81 


149.54 


130.78 


117.11 


81.57 


114.62 


83.59 




J 


117.61 


127.07 


145.62 


122.58 


113.86 


131.75 


147.80 


131.21 


118.29 


83.12 


115.98 


84.22 




J 


118.21 


131.06 


146.06 


122.18 


113.93 


131.14 


153.31 


134.15 


1 18.40 


83.59 


115.02 


84.38 




A 


119.07 


132.63 


147.97 


122.55 


113.85 


131.99 


1 56 . 85 


135.65 


118.00 


82.41 


114.24 


84.89 




S 


120.49 


137.54 


149.80 


125.62 


115.55 


136.53 


159.67 


135.54 


119.17 


82.95 


113.27 


84.55 







120.71 


136.68 


153.14 


125.93 


116.70 


135.67 


158.78 


136.61 


120.12 


82.37 


114.39 


84.95 




N 


121.42 


140.79 


153.91 


127.18 


117.49 


137.13 


160.00 


137.00 


120.66 


82.32 


115.07 


86.34 




D 


116.87 


133.27 


153.28 


122.47 


115.26 


129.80 


130.09 


133.50 


120.38 


83.05 


115.95 


86.35 


1970 


J 


123.08 


137.41 


160.51 


129.28 


120.44 


138.44 


160.48 


137.09 


123.91 


83.84 


118.09 


88.63 




F 


124.14 


149.16 


162.34 


130.17 


121.20 


139.38 


162.09 


138.88 


125.17 


84.03 


116.80 


89.85 




M 


123.79 


144.87 


165.76 


130.09 


121.20 


139.21 


1 52 . 90 


139.15 


124.95 


85.31 


117.86 


89.38 




A 


125.53 


146.77 


163.31 


131.43 


122.25 


140.95 


1 64 . 1 3 


140.94 


127.09 


85.97 


119.42 


90.32 




M 


126.07 


124.49 


162.35 


132.39 


123.07 


142.27 


166.28 


141.86 


126.53 


86.56 


119.60 


89.68 




J 


127.17 


124.24 


161.74 


133.21 


123.39 


143.75 


166.59 


143.02 


127.29 


89.01 


120.11 


90.44 




J 


127.02 


125.90 


160.74 


131.83 


122.66 


141.94 


167.61 


142.99 


127.12 


85.69 


121.29 


91.43 




A 


128.11 


132.96 


163.15 


133.05 


122.50 


144.47 


174.55 


142.68 


127.13 


88.55 


121.54 


90.93 




Sr 


128.96 


138.34 


166.31 


133.95 


123.78 


145.19 


178.42 


143.91 


127.96 


87.53 


122.19 


91.51 







130.25 


149.86 


168.82 


135.85 


125.65 


147.04 


178.26 


145.86 


129.05 


87.07 


122.93 


118.94 



'See footnotes and source at bottom of Table 12. 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 16 and 17 



48 



January, 1971 



Table 16: average weekly wages and salaries', by manufacturing industry, based on the 1960 standard industrial class if ication -(dol lars) 



non-durable manufacturing 2 



durable manufacturing 



chemi- 



paper chemi- metal 
monthly and cals primary fabri- machin- non- 
averages allied petroleum and furniture metal eating ery transpor- elec- metallic 
or months food and rubber leather textile indus- and coal chemical wood and indus- indus- (ex elec- tation trical mineral 
beverage products products products clothing tries products products products fixtures tries tries trical) equipment products products 



1968 


100.89 


116.05 


75.54 


95.29 


70.21 


133.15 


168.20 


129.49 


104.03 


93.01 


137.40 


1 1 9. 72 


129.16 


135.76 


116.93 


121.35 


1969 


108.59 


128.03 


80.33 


1 02 . 05 


75.41 


143.13 


179.34 


139.22 


1 1 1 . 07 


100.39 


146.03 


129.10 


140.57 


145.03 


125.31 


131.41 


1968 S 


100.24 


121.68 


77.33 


97.94 


70.47 


134.87 


170.37 


131.42 


106.54 


98.10 


138.93 


124.29 


133.32 


145.52 


119.61 


125.59 





101.77 


124.33 


76.73 


97.73 


72.69 


136.38 


170.34 


132.92 


107.28 


97.99 


1 42 . 05 


123.21 


132.09 


146.47 


119.43 


126.77 


N 


1 03 . 1 8 


124.68 


78.46 


98.68 


71.99 


137.33 


172.24 


133.32 


108.61 


98.09 


140.43 


123.82 


134.26 


147.02 


120.63 


125.85 


D 


103.68 


114.66 


71.10 


96.22 


66.05 


137.98 


174.26 


133.68 


104.58 


86.42 


137.54 


116.28 


131.02 


134.78 


117.33 


120.71 


1969 J 


106.92 


123.81 


79.83 


99.67 


73.70 


139.17 


173.24 


135.01 


105.74 


96.20 


140.84 


124.13 


136.61 


141.96 


122.49 


126.05 


F 


106.83 


125.20 


80.34 


99.89 


75.73 


139.82 


172.54 


135.64 


110.05 


97.49 


141.87 


126.29 


142.43 


142.34 


123.98 


125.95 


M 


108.89 


127.48 


80.51 


101.65 


76.16 


139.77 


172.31 


135.71 


111.45 


99.01 


142.64 


127.50 


138.99 


143.17 


124.63 


126.63 


A 


107.97 


127.78 


80.02 


101.72 


75.46 


140.74 


179.08 


137.25 


1 09. 87 


100.20 


142.21 


127.09 


141.75 


142.27 


124.94 


129.37 


M 


107.89 


126.06 


81.03 


101.33 


75.47 


141.52 


183.24 


137.80 


110.01 


99.78 


145.94 


128.37 


139.77 


144.44 


125.02 


1 31 . 96 


J 


108.51 


125.67 


79.72 


101.11 


74.64 


142.62 


177.33 


138.73 


109.41 


99.87 


145.85 


128.66 


138.56 


144.67 


125.32 


132.91 


J 


107.52 


123.93 


80.94 


1 01 . 06 


77.12 


142.94 


177.69 


140.13 


109.12 


100.12 


147.06 


129.82 


139.93 


144.18 


122.01 


133.48 


A 


105.73 


124.99 


81.88 


103.24 


78.09 


143.11 


179.74 


139.23 


111.49 


103.22 


144.45 


129.82 


137.55 


147.75 


123.96 


133.86 


S 


108.31 


130.17 


81.18 


105.29 


76.29 


145.16 


183.28 


141.68 


114.77 


104.31 


150.33 


133.97 


141.87 


154.29 


127.84 


135.79 





109.53 


135.62 


81.56 


105.03 


78.07 


146.64 


181.85 


142.51 


113.78 


105.42 


150.36 


132.25 


143.71 


149.43 


128.61 


135.55 


N 


112.59 


136.04 


82.73 


105.43 


76.02 


146.84 


186.80 


143.31 


116.61 


105.47 


149.94 


134.17 


144.68 


151.93 


128.65 


135.64 


D 


112.42 


129.59 


74.28 


99.18 


68.21 


149.19 


184.94 


143.68 


110.58 


93.60 


150.86 


124.16 


140.96 


133.98 


126.31 


129.79 


1970 J 


115.98 


133.99 


84.22 


108.64 


80.94 


149.86 


183.15 


146.54 


117.40 


1 05. 96 


153.58 


135.79 


150.31 


150.03 


129.85 


135.27 


F 


117.15 


134.75 


86.27 


107.62 


82.00 


149.78 


188.17 


146.72 


118.53 


104.55 


154.47 


137.24 


150.11 


150.69 


131.56 


135.89 


M 


118.24 


133.02 


82.87 


108.16 


79.12 


149.73 


189.05 


147.50 


117.43 


104.73 


156.66 


135.72 


148.01 


150.64 


1 3 1 . 06 


136.88 


A 


118.57 


134.22 


84.00 


108.64 


79.82 


150.56 


195.55 


147.38 


rll8.10 


105.61 


156.12 


138.30 


150.60 


153.70 


132.62 


138.70 


M 


118.59 


139.83 


86.47 


111.61 


81.34 


148.72 


192.94 


148.97 


115.13 


106.70 


158.80 


139.19 


151.75 


155.72 


134.22 


140.18 


J 


118.70 


139.34 


87.52 


110.39 


80.85 


151.13 


1 91 . 05 


149.26 


116.73 


108.13 


157.43 


142.14 


1 52 . 1 


159.35 


136.46 


142.02 


J 


117.86 


136.43 


86.53 


109.12 


80.85 


150.90 


191.63 


150.19 


115.81 


108.67 


157.54 


139.56 


152.32 


157.71 


132.46 


142.12 


A 


115.39 


135.68 


88.20 


1 1 1 . 85 


82.45 


150.90 


191.95 


150.65 


117.08 


110.35 


160.75 


143.29 


152.32 


158.80 


135.81 


143.02 


Sr 


117.33 


141.92 


88.30 


110.79 


82.25 


152.91 


194.39 


149.15 


118.77 


110.93 


161.91 


145.33 


1 54 . 64 


157.75 


137.12 


146.92 





118.94 


141.84 


88.32 


111.16 


83.32 


157.42 


195.15 


153.71 


123.53 


112.80 


165.49 


145.96 


156.24 


158.05 


138.55 


147.52 



'See footnotes and source at bottom of Table 12. 2 See footnote 3, Table 14. 



Table 17: average weekly wages and salaries', by province (dollars) 



monthly 
























averages 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alto. 


B.C. 


1968 




1 09. 88 


99.15 


72.41 


88.19 


89.55 


107.92 


113.52 


100.46 


102.11 


108.02 


120.74 


1969 




117.78 


105.86 


80.99 


95.56 


96.89 


114.93 


121.52 


107.81 


107.86 


117.84 


129.19 


1968 


S 


112.52 


101.26 


69.40 


89.68 


89.43 


110.21 


116.82 


102.23 


1 03 . 74 


109.75 


123.24 







112.90 


99.53 


68.77 


89.67 


89.56 


110.49 


117.36 


103.25 


104.28 


109.71 


123.31 




N 


113.38 


100.56 


71.61 


90.09 


91.46 


1 1 1 . 46 


117.20 


103.71 


104.32 


110.42 


124.63 




D 


109.95 


97.81 


73.80 


87.00 


91.50 


108.12 


113.22 


100.88 


103.17 


108.56 


120.20 


1969 


J 


114.02 


103.65 


80.59 


91.28 


96.51 


112.08 


117.91 


103.21 


103.94 


113.10 


122.06 




F 


115.20 


105.51 


81.54 


95.73 


97.71 


112.04 


118.80 


105.04 


106.02 


115.60 


125.20 




M 


116.02 


105.88 


84.29 


95.09 


97.62 


112.92 


119.55 


106.54 


106.81 


116.17 


126.29 




A 


116.43 


103.47 


82.70 


94.37 


95.99 


113.52 


120.27 


106.87 


106.47 


115.55 


127.00 




M 


117.26 


104.54 


80.86 


94.70 


93.86 


114.70 


121.25 


107.31 


107.38 


115.98 


127.89 




J 


117.61 


104.82 


78.69 


95.05 


94.97 


114.10 


121.58 


111.33 


108.36 


118.35 


129.31 




J 


118.21 


103.40 


82.71 


95.92 


96.09 


115.20 


122.23 


110.06 


108.42 


119.45 


131.29 




A 


119.07 


105.53 


79.14 


97.41 


96.80 


116.60 


122.44 


110.12 


109.88 


120.30 


130.64 




S 


120.49 


107.13 


79.51 


98.40 


97.25 


117.97 


124.15 


109.68 


108.45 


120.07 


133.76 




O 


120.71 


108.12 


79.38 


96.61 


98.20 


118.50 


124.42 


109.10 


109 26 


120.07 


133.17 




N 


121.42 


111.14 


82.76 


97.99 


99.71 


118.41 


125.21 


108.57 


110.39 


121.51 


134.23 




D 


116.87 


107.15 


79.77 


94.14 


98.00 


113.07 


120.43 


105.86 


108.99 


117.99 


129.42 


1970 


J 


123.08 


113.68 


84.94 


99.51 


103.52 


119.33 


127.14 


111.35 


1 1 1 . 96 


123.53 


134.82 




F 


124.14 


116.68 


85.35 


100.87 


103.15 


119.89 


128.34 


112.88 


113.03 


124.96 


135.58 




M 


123.79 


117.42 


83.59 


101.23 


102.71 


119.31 


127.89 


113.02 


112.82 


124.13 


136.14 




A 


125.53 


116.56 


85.48 


105.00 


104.14 


120.93 r 


129.92 


114.28 


113.90 


125.93 


137.34 




M 


126.07 


115.75 


83.39 


104.04 


101.46 


121.71 


131.24 


115.32 


114.60 


126.63 


135.79 




J 


127.17 


115.84 


82.05 


103.74 


102.31 


122.83 


132.66 


116.91 


114.55 


127.68 


136.57 




J 


127.02 


117.56 


85.33 


105.64 


103.80 


122.17 


132.22 


117.87 


114.63 


129.12 


136.39 




A 


128.11 


118.63 


84.35 


103.75 


101.71 


123.11 


133.55 


118.41 


115.56 


130.80 


138.13 




Sr 


128.94 


120.45 


82.57 


107.65 


103.82 


123.95 


133.90 


117.87 


116.80 


132.54 


140.02 







130.24 


120.69 


82.60 


107.06 


105.79 


126.00 


134.75 


118.01 


117.67 


132.62 


142.69 



'See footnote 1 in Table 12. 



January, 


1971 












i 


19 














) 


SECTION 4 




































TABLE 18 








Table 


i 18: average hour 


ly earnings, ' based 


on the 1960 standard 


industric 


1 classifi 


cation (di 


hilars per hour) 
























manufacturing 








































paper 


printing, 




metal 


mon 


thly 


























and 


publishing 


primary 


fabri- 


averages 


mining, 




non- 
















furniture 


allied 


and allied 


metal 


cating 


or months 


including 




durable 


durabl 


e food and 


rubber 


leather 


textile 




wood 




and 


indus- 


indus- 


indus- 


indus- 






milling 


total 


goods 


goods 


beverage 


s products 


products 


products < 


:lothing products 1 


ixtures 


tries 


tries 


tries 


tries 


1968 




3.07 


2.58 


2.37 


2.79 


2.29 


2.60 


1.76 


2.04 


1.73 


2.47 




2.05 


3.03 


3.06 


3.15 


2.74 


1969 




3.28 


2.79 


2.57 


3.00 


2.48 


2.91 


1.90 


2.21 


1.88 


2.68 




2.22 


3.28 


3.31 


3.35 


2.97 


1968 


s 


3.12 


2.62 


2.38 


2.86 


2.23 


2.71 


1.79 


2.08 


1.76 


2.52 




2.13 


3.06 


3.12 


3.21 


2.81 







3.14 


2.64 


2.42 


2.86 


2.32 


2.76 


1.79 


2.08 


1.77 


2.53 




2.12 


3.09 


3.13 


3.23 


2.81 




N 


3.17 


2.66 


2.44 


2.87 


2.36 


2.78 


1.81 


2.09 


1.77 


2.56 




2.12 


3.11 


3.14 


3.21 


2.81 




D 


3.22 


2.70 


2.51 


2.88 


2.44 


2.73 


1.82 


2.15 


1.81 


2.60 




2.10 


3.17 


3.14 


3.25 


2.77 


1969 


J 


3.22 


2.71 


2.49 


2.91 


2.45 


2.80 


1.83 


2.13 


1.83 


2.58 




2.13 


3.18 


3.18 


3.23 


2.85 




F 


3.23 


2.72 


2.50 


2.92 


2.45 


2.80 


1.84 


2.14 


1.85 


2.61 




2.14 


3.19 


3.21 


3.24 


2.89 




M 


3.24 


2.74 


2.52 


2.94 


2.47 


2.86 


1.87 


2.16 


1.86 


2.63 




2.17 


3.17 


3.26 


3.26 


2.89 




A 


3.23 


2.75 


2.53 


2.96 


2.46 


2.86 


1.88 


2.17 


1.86 


2.63 




2.20 


3.20 


3.26 


3.27 


2.91 




M 


3.24 


2.77 


2.55 


2.98 


2.45 


2.87 


1.90 


2.17 


1.86 


2.65 




2.20 


3.24 


3.28 


3.31 


2.94 




J 


3.25 


2.78 


2.57 


2.99 


2.45 


2.88 


1.91 


2.19 


1.88 


2.66 




2.21 


3.28 


3.32 


3.33 


2.95 




J 


3.23 


2.77 


2.57 


2.98 


2.42 


2.86 


1.90 


2.19 


1.86 


2.65 




2.22 


3.30 


3.33 


3.35 


3.00 




A 


3.24 


2.78 


2.56 


3.00 


2.40 


2.86 


1.90 


2.24 


1.90 


2.68 




2.24 


3.32 


3.36 


3.36 


3.01 




S 


3.25 


2.82 


2.59 


3.05 


2.43 


2.97 


1.92 


2.27 


1.90 


2.76 




2.27 


3.32 


3.38 


3.37 


3.05 







3.30 


2.84 


2.63 


3.06 


2.52 


3.06 


1.93 


2.27 


1.90 


2.75 




2.30 


3.35 


3.39 


3.42 


3.05 




N 


3.45 


2.88 


2.64 


3.10 


2.56 


3.04 


1.94 


2.27 


1.88 


2.79 




2.31 


3.38 


3.38 


3.48 


3.09 




D 


3.51 


2.92 


2.73 


3.10 


2.65 


3.07 


1.98 


2.30 


1.93 


2.83 




2.30 


3.39 


3.37 


3.53 


3.02 


1970 


J 


3.59 


2.92 


2.69 


3.15 


2.65 


3.06 


1.95 


2.32 


1.97 


2.83 




2.36 


3.38 


3.40 


3.55 


3.12 




F 


3.63 


2.93 


2.70 


3.16 


2.66 


3.06 


1.97 


2.33 


1.98 


2.84 




2.34 


3.39 


3.43 


3.53 


3.16 




M 


3.73 


2.96 


2.73 


3.18 


2.69 


3.06 


1.98 


2.34 


1.97 


2.86 




2.35 


3.42 


3.45 


3.62 


3.16 




A 


3.66 


2.99 


2.74 


3.22 


2.70 


3.07 


2.00 


2.34 


1.95 


2.86 




2.38 


3.42 


3.46 


3.59 


3.19 




M 


3.72 


2.99 


2.74 


3.24 


2.67 


3.20 


2.03 


2.38 


1.97 


2.80 




2.39 


3.40 


3.50 


3.64 


3.23 




J 


3.67 


3.01 


2.76 


3.26 


2.65 


3.14 


2.05 


2.38 


2.00 


2.84 




2.42 


3.47 


3.56 


3.62 


3.26 




J 


3.65 


3.00 


2.77 


3.25 


2.66 


3.13 


2.03 


2.39 


1.97 


2.83 




2.42 


3.46 


3.61 


3.63 


3.26 




A 


3.68 


3.02 


2.75 


3.30 


2.62 


3.09 


2.04 


2.41 


2.02 


2.84 




2.42 


3.44 


3.65 


3.71 


3.31 




S 


3.75 


3.02r 


2.78 


3.28 


2.67 


3.17r 


2.05 


2.35 


2.03 


2.86 




2.43 r 


3.51 


3.65 


3.73 


3.35 







3.76 


3.06 


2.83 


3.31 


2.75 


3.19 


2.06 


2.35 


2.04 


2.97 




2.45 


3.60 


3.67 


3.80 


3.35 




mthly 








manufacturing 
















1 


sther industries 




mc 










non- 




chemicals 




higl 


iway laundries. 




averages 
or months 


machine 


ry transpor- 


._:--! 


metallic 


petroleum 
and coal 


and 
chemical 




construction 






and bridge cl 


eaners 
and r 


hotels, 


fex elec 


> tation elecincai 


mineral 










urban 


mainte- 


estaurants 






trical) 


egu 


ipment pro* 


ducts 


products 


products 


products 


total 


bui Iding 


engineering transit nance pressers and taverns 


1968 




2.89 


3, 


,08 2 


,51 


2.69 


3.63 


2.77 


3.33 


3.42 


3. 


16 


3.18 


2, 


,41 1 


.51 


1.49 


1969 




3.17 


3 


.31 2 


.70 


2.95 


3.81 


2.98 


3.71 


3.82 


3. 


50 


3.43 


2, 


,58 1 


.63 


1.62 


1968 


S 


2.99 


3, 


,20 2 


.55 


2.75 


3.66 


2.83 


3.36 


3.45 


3. 


20 


3.31 


2 


.38 1 


.54 


1.51 







2.94 


3, 


21 2 


.54 


2.75 


3.67 


2.84 


3.39 


3.49 


3. 


21 


3.29 


2 


.34 1 


.55 


1.53 




N 


2.97 


3. 


22 2, 


,56 


2.78 


3.69 


2.86 


3.44 


3.53 


3. 


27 


3.30 


2, 


,35 1 


.55 


1.55 




D 


3.00 


3. 


17 2, 


,59 


2.79 


3.73 


2.91 


3.47 


3.57 


3. 


25 


3.32 


2. 


50 1 


.54 


1.63 


1969 


J 


3.09 


3. 


,22 2. 


62 


2.81 


3.72 


2.89 


3.53 


3.60 


3. 


32 


3.33 


2, 


,52 1 


.58 


1.58 




F 


3.12 


3. 


24 2, 


63 


2.83 


3.70 


2.89 


3.61 


3.67 


3. 


48 


3.31 


2, 


,45 1 


.58 


1.59 




M 


3.12 


3. 


25 2, 


,67 


2.83 


3.70 


2.90 


3.62 


3.66 


3. 


52 


3.33 


2, 


,50 1 


.59 


1.59 




A 


3.16 


3. 


26 2 


,68 


2.88 


3.87 


2.93 


3.66 


3.68 


3. 


61 


3.35 


2. 


48 1 


.61 


1.60 




M 


3.14 


3. 


28 2, 


70 


2.93 


3.79 


2.95 


3.61 


3.70 


3. 


44 


3.37 


2, 


,42 1 


.61 


1.62 




J 


3.14 


3. 


30 2. 


71 


2.96 


3.74 


2.97 


3.62 


3.74 


3. 


43 


3.38 


2, 


42 1 


.64 


1.63 




J 


3.16 


3. 


25 2, 


,69 


3.00 


3.78 


3.01 


3.64 


3.78 


3. 


41 


3.49 


2, 


,53 1 


.61 


1.60 




A 


3.16 


3. 


34 2, 


,70 


3.00 


3.75 


2.99 


3.70 


3.85 


3. 


46 


3.51 


2, 


48 1 


.63 


1.61 




S 


3.22 


3. 


40 2, 


75 


3.03 


3.82 


3.04 


3.78 


3.94 


3. 


49 


3.49 


2. 


52 1 


.64 


1.64 







3.23 


3. 


36 2. 


76 


3.02 


3.88 


3.05 


3.86 


4.00 


3. 


60 


3.51 


2. 


54 1 


.67 


1.66 




N 


3.24 


3. 


42 2. 


75 


3.05 


3.94 


3.06 


3.93 


4.09 


3. 


57 


3.54 


2. 


54 1 


.66 


1.67 




D 


3.25 


3. 


36 2. 


77 


3.04 


4.04 


3.11 


3.96 


4.10 


3. 


62 


3.54 


2, 


52 1 


.69 


1.71 


1970 


J 


3.31 


3. 


47 2. 


80 


3.08 


4.05 


3.12 


4.06 


4.17 


3. 


77 


3.54 


2. 


66 1 


.70 


1.71 




F 


3.31 


3. 


46 2, 


83 


3.08 


4.03 


3.13 


4.10 


4.22 


3. 


80 


3.54 


2, 


72 1 


.71 


1.72 




M 


3.31 


3. 


48 2, 


,80 


3.11 


4.06 


3.16 


4.12 


4.22 


3. 


84 


3.54 


2. 


63 1 


.72 


1.73 




A 


3.37 


3. 


53 2. 


91 


3.11 


4.26 


3.15 


4.17 


4.22 


4. 


03 


3.53 


2. 


74 1 


.72 


1.66 




M 


3.34 


3. 


55 2, 


93 


3.12 


4.25 


3.19 


4.14 


4.31 


3. 


81 


3.53 


2. 


62 1 


.74 


1.72 




J 


3.40 


3. 


60 2. 


97 


3.13 


4.14 


3.17 


4.09 


4.26 


3. 


81 


3.59 


2. 


67 1 


.75 


1.72 




J 


3.40 


3. 


60 2, 


,94 


3.20 


4.22 


3.23 


4.11 


4.30 


3. 


78 


3.73 


2. 


68 1 


.73 


1.73 




A 


3.44 


3. 


66 2. 


95 


3.21 


4.25 


3.27 


4.18 


4.37 


3. 


86 


3.77 


2. 


63 1 


.73 


1.74 




S 


3.47 


3. 


49r 2, 


96 r 


3.26r 


4.30r 


3.29 


4.29r 


4.48r 


3. 


98 


r 3.71 


2. 


64 r 1 


.75 


1.78r 







3.48 


3. 


50 2. 


95 


3.26 


4.27 


3.30 


4.35 


4.52 


4. 


05 


3.77 


2. 


72 1 


.78 


1.81 



x See footnotes in Tables 12 & 19. 



Source: Man-Hours and Hourly Earnings (72-003), D. B. S. 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 19 



50 



January, 1971 



Table 19: average weekly hours, ' based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 

























manufacturing 














































paper printing, 




metal 


mon 


thly 
































and publi shin 


g primary 


fabri- 


averages 


mining, 






non- 




















urniture 


allied and alliec 


metal 


cating 


or months 


ncluding 






durobl 


e dura 


ble 


food and 


rubber 


leather 


textile 




wood 




and 


indus- indus- 


indus- 


indus- 






milling 


total 


goods 


goods 


beverage: 


products 


products 


products 


clothing 


products 




ixtures 


tries tries 


tries 


tries 


1968 




41.8 


40 


3 


39.7 


40. 


9 


39.7 


41.0 


39.3 


41.1 


36.7 


40.1 




41 


5 


41.2 38.1 


40.8 


41.0 


1969 




41 .4 


40 





39.5 


40 


6 


39.3 


41.1 


38.4 


40.8 


36.4 


39.3 




41 


5 


41.1 37.8 


40.7 


40.8 


1968 


s 


41.9 


41 





40.1 


41 


8 


40.4 


42.1 


39.7 


42.0 


36.3 


40.4 




42 


8 


41.4 38.5 


40.6 


41.9 







42.1 


40 


9 


40.0 


41 


8 


39.4 


42.6 


39.1 


41.8 


37.4 


40.6 




43 





41.4 38.7 


41.5 


41.4 




N 


42.5 


40 


9 


39.9 


41 


9 


39.1 


42.0 


39.9 


42.1 


36.8 


40.6 




43 





41.4 38.3 


41.1 


41.7 




D 


40.0 


38 





37.4 


38 


6 


37.3 


37.4 


34.7 


39.2 


32.2 


37.9 




36 


4 


40.8 36.4 


39.4 


38.4 


1969 


J 


41.9 


40. 


1 


39.5 


40 


6 


39.0 


41.2 


39.9 


41.3 


36.8 


38.6 




41 


3 


41.0 37.5 


40.6 


40.8 




F 


42.2 


40. 


3 


39.7 


40 


9 


38.9 


41.4 


40.0 


41.3 


37.5 


40.2 




41 


8 


41.2 37.7 


40.9 


41.2 




M 


42.4 


40 


5 


40.0 


41 


1 


39.7 


41.9 


39.3 


41.8 


37.5 


40.5 




41 


9 


41.2 38.4 


40.9 


41.6 




A 


41.4 


40. 


3 


39.8 


40 


8 


39.3 


42.0 


38.6 


41.6 


37.1 


39.8 




41 


9 


41.2 37.7 


40.7 


41.2 




M 


41.5 


40 


4 


39.8 


41 





39.6 


40.8 


39.2 


41.3 


37.1 


39.6 




41 


5 


41.1 37.8 


41.5 


41.3 




J 


40.8 


40 


2 


39.6 


40 


7 


40.1 


40.5 


38.0 


40.8 


36.1 


39.0 




41 


3 


41.1 38.2 


41.1 


41.1 




J 


40.7 


39 


9 


39.5 


40 


4 


39.8 


40.0 


38.5 


40.3 


36.5 


39.0 




41 


4 


40.8 38.1 


41.0 


40.8 




A 


41.2 


40 


1 


39.7 


40 


6 


39.3 


40.6 


39.2 


41.0 


37.7 


39.6 




42 


7 


40.7 38.3 


39.1 


40.7 




S 


41.6 


40. 


7 


39.9 


41 


6 


40.1 


41.5 


38.3 


41.1 


36.5 


39.6 




42 


7 


41.2 38.3 


41.0 


41.7 







41.9 


40. 


4 


39.8 


41 





39.0 


42.4 


38.1 


41.1 


37.4 


39.3 




42 


4 


41.4 38.3 


40.9 


40.8 




N 


41.2 


40. 


4 


39.7 


41 





39.6 


42.2 


38.5 


41.1 


36.6 


39.7 




42 


5 


41.0 38.0 


40.3 


41.2 




D 


39.9 


37. 


2 


36.9 


37 


5 


37.4 


38.7 


32.7 


36.8 


30.6 


36.8 




36 


2 


41.6 35.9 


40.0 


37.3 


1970 


J 


41.4 


39. 


8 


39.5 


40 





39.2 


40.9 


39.4 


41.0 


37.2 


39.0 




40 


9 


41.0 37.4 


40.4 


40.5 




F 


41.4 


40. 





39.7 


40 


3 


39.2 


40.9 


39.3 


40.4 


37.7 


39.5 




40 


5 


41.1 37.5 


40.6 


40.7 




M 


41.3 


39. 


5 


39.1 


40 





39.3 


39.9 


37.1 


40.3 


35.9 


38.9 




39 


8 


40.9 37.9 


40.4 


39.9 




A 


41.0 


39. 


8 


39.3 


40 


3 


39.2 


40.4 


37.1 


40.5 


36. 1 


39.0 




39 


8 


41.2 37.8 


40.6 


40.7 




M 


40.6 


40. 





39.7 


40. 


3 


40.0 


41.3 


38.0 


40.9 


36.7 


38.2 




40 


3 


40.8 37.4 


41.0 


40.5 




J 


40.5 


40. 


1 


39.6 


40. 


6 


40.4 


41.6 


38.2 


40.3 


36.0 


38.6 




40 


1 


40.9 37.3 


40.8 


41.2 




J 


40.6 


39. 


3 


39.0 


39. 


6 


40.0 


40.1 


38.2 


39.3 


35.0 


38.0 




40 


3 


40.6 37.0 


40.4 


39.8 




A 


40.7 


39. 


9 


39.5 


40 


3 


39.7 


40.6 


39.0 


40.4 


36.9 


38.6 




41 


4 


40.7 37.2 


40.6 


41.0 




S 


41.1 r 


40. 


1 


39.5 


40 


7 


39.5 


42. 6, 


38. 8 r 


40. 7, 


36.5 


39. 3 r 




41 


5r 


40.7, 37. 6 i 


40.5 


41. Or 







41.5 


40. 


1 


39.5 


40 


3 


38.9 


42.0 


38.8 


41.1 


36.6 


39.2 




42 


1 


41.1 37.1 


40.9 


41.3 




nthly 










manu 


facturing 


















other industries 




mc 














non- 




chemicals 




highway laundries. 




averages 
or months 


machinery 


transpor- 






metallic 


petroleum 
and coal 


and 
chemfcol 




constr 


jction 






- urba 


and bridge cleaners 


hotels, 


(ex elec 




tati 


Ull C 


ectrica 




m inera 1 












n mointe- 


UI1U 1 


es taurants 






trical) 




eguipment products 




products 


products 


products 


total 


build 


ing engineering 


tran< 


it nance pressers ond taverns 


1968 




41.1 




40 


9 


40.1 




42.7 


43.0 


40.7 


40.5 


38. 


6 44 


6 




41 


5 39.3 


38.1 


33.4 


1969 




40.9 




40 


5 


40.1 




42.4 


43.0 


40.7 


39.6 


37. 


9 43 


6 




41 


7 38.5 


37.4 


32.3 


1968 


s 


41.9 




43 


1 


41.0 




43.9 


43.3 


40.8 


42.8 


40. 


4 47 


6 




41 


1 36.6 


37.8 


33.3 







41.4 




43 


1 


40.7 




44.0 


42.3 


41.1 


41.6 


39. 


5 45 


7 




42 


3 36.7 


37.9 


32.8 




N 


41.9 




43 


3 


41.0 




43.2 


42.9 


41.0 


40.7 


39. 


2 43 


7 




41 


8 36.5 


37.5 


32.9 




D 


38.5 




38 


6 


38.4 




39.8 


43.5 


40.2 


31.1 


29 


5 35 


2 




41 


7 35.7 


35.3 


31.1 


1969 


J 


41.1 




41 





40.6 




41.7 


42.6 


40.3 


38.5 


37. 


5 41 


1 




41 


3 35.1 


36.6 


32.0 




F 


41.6 




40 


7 


40.5 




41.8 


42.4 


40.5 


40.4 


38. 


8 44 


9 




41 


4 35.6 


36.9 


32.6 




M 


41.8 




41 





40.3 




41.8 


42.0 


40.5 


39.4 


38. 


5 42 


2 




41 


6 35.3 


38.2 


32.1 




A 


41.6 




40 


6 


40.2 




42.5 


44.1 


40.7 


39.4 


38. 


3 42 


5 




41 


3 33.7 


38.0 


32.0 




M 


41.2 




40 


9 


40.2 




43.3 


45.7 


40.9 


40.7 


38. 


4 45 


2 




42 


8 35.6 


38.1 


32.1 




J 


40.8 




40 


4 


40. 1 




43.4 


43.4 


40.9 


40.0 


37. 


8 44 







41 


6 37.8 


37.7 


32.5 




J 


40.2 




40 


6 


38.6 




43.1 


43.4 


40.8 


41.6 


39. 


3 46 


2 




41 


6 36.7 


37.4 


33.5 




A 


40.7 




41 


3 


39.8 




42.8 


42.8 


40.3 


42.0 


39. 


4 47 


3 




42 


5 39.1 


38.0 


33.6 




S 


41.0 




42 


8 


40.9 




43.4 


43.0 


41.0 


42.0 


39. 


8 46 


6 




41 


4 37.6 


37.5 


31.9 







41.3 




41 


3 


40.5 




43.0 


40.9 


41.1 


40.9 


39. 


2 44 


8 




42 


3 37.0 


37.6 


31.8 




N 


41.2 




41 


4 


40.6 




42.4 


42.9 


41.0 


40.4 


39. 


1 43 


6 




41 


5 37.3 


37.8 


31.8 




D 


38.6 




34 


6 


38.7 




39.5 


42.7 


40.0 


30.3 


28. 


8 34 


5 




41 


6 33.4 


35.1 


31.3 


1970 


J 


40.7 




39 


5 


39.7 




40.5 


40.5 


40.6 


38.7 


37. 


7 41 


8 




41 


2 34.4 


36.7 


31.4 




F 


41.2 




39 


9 


40.1 




40.6 


41.8 


40.8 


38.9 


37. 


8 42 


2 




41 


2 35.8 


36.9 


31.6 




M 


40.8 




39 


9 


39.6 




40.8 


42.2 


40.6 


35.7 


34. 


5 39 


5 




42 


1 37.0 


37.5 


31.3 




A 


40.9 




40 


5 


39.6 




41.4 


43.3 


40.4 


38.7 


38. 


1 40 


5 




41 


3 35.7 


37.7 


32.6 




M 


40.8 




40 


8 


39.0 




42.0 


43.4 


41.1 


40.0 


38. 


5 43 


2 




43 


4 36.9 


37.5 


31.9 




J 


40.9 




41 


2 


39.3 




42.8 


43.1 


41.2 


40.3 


38. 


2 44 


4 




43 


6 38.7 


37.3 


32.3 




J 


40.2 




40 





37.9 




41.9 


42.2 


40.8 


40.5 


38. 


3 44 


5 




42 


37.1 


37.1 


33.5 




A 


40.5 




40 


6 


39.1 




42.2 


41.8 


40.5 


41.7 


39. 


3 46 


4 




41 


8 37.8 


37.2 


33.4 




S 


41.3 




41 


1 


39.6 




42. 9r 


42.1 


39. Or 


41. 6r 


39. 


1 46 


6 


r 


42 


3 38. 3, 


37. 2r 


31. 9, 







41.3 




41 


1 


39.8 




43.0 


41.9 


41.0 


40.9 


38. 


9 45 


2 




42 


2 38.1 


36.6 


31.8 



includes hours paid in regular and overtime periods and hours of paid absence in the pay periods reported. See also footnotes in Table 12. Source: Man- 

Hours and Hourly Earnings, (72-003), D. B. S. 



January, 1971 



51 



SECTION 5 
TABLE 1 



Table 1: industry selling price indexes, selected industries 1 (1961 ■ 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 

















fooi 


Js and beverages 




























fruit and 




















mon 


thly 




slaugh- 








vegetable 








confec- 












averages 




tering 








canners 


feed 






tionery 




miscella- 


soft drink 






or months 




and meat 


butter and 


pasteu- 


fish 


and pre- 


manu- 


flour 




manu- 


sugar 


neous 


manu- 


dis- 








total 


packing 


cheese 


rizing 


products 


servers 


facturers 


mills 


bakeries 


facturers 


refineries 


foods 


facturers 


tilleries 


breweries 




100.0 


22.0 


6.6 


8.7 


3.5 


6.4 


6.5 


4.4 


7.3 


2.7 


2.5 


8.1 


3.3 


3.1 


4.7 


1968 




115.5 


115.2 


116.8 


127.4 


125.3 


115.4 


107.5 


114.8 


121.5 


114.5 


95.5 


108.0 


126.2 


110.2 


109.1 


1969 




121.3 


129.2 


118.4 


133.1 


137.0 


118.5 


105.8 


115.6 


125.0 


120.3 


117.0 


111.4 


133.5 


110.3 


111.1 


1968 


O 


117.0 


119.3 


118.5 


132.4 


126.5 


116.8 


105.2 


115.6 


122.2 


115.5 


91.0 


107.9 


127.5 


110.1 


109.3 




N 


117.0 


118.2 


119.0 


134.7 


125.3 


117.0 


104.3 


116.1 


122.2 


115.9 


99.5 


107.4 


127.5 


110.1 


109.3 




D 


117.7 


119.6 


119.0 


134.7 


125.5 


116.8 


104.0 


117.6 


122.2 


116.1 


109.8 


107.7 


130.2 


110.1 


109.3 


1969 


J 


118.0 


119.4 


118.2 


132.6 


129.9 


116.5 


104.6 


117.8 


122.8 


118.2 


110.9 


110.6 


130.9 


110.1 


110.9 




F 


118.5 


121.2 


118.2 


132.6 


131.1 


116.8 


104.6 


117.3 


122.8 


118.9 


114.1 


109.7 


130.9 


110.1 


110.9 




M 


118.9 


121.7 


118.0 


132.6 


131.9 


118.2 


104.3 


115.5 


124.0 


119.6 


121.2 


109.7 


130.9 


110.1 


110.9 




A 


119.9 


125.2 


118.0 


132.6 


130.9 


117.0 


104.7 


115.4 


124.0 


119.8 


125.2 


110.5 


130.9 


110.1 


110.9 




M 


121.6 


131.3 


117.7 


133.3 


131.3 


119.1 


106.3 


116.3 


124.4 


119.7 


123.6 


110.6 


132.1 


110.1 


110.9 




J 


123.7 


139.5 


118.7 


133.3 


136.3 


117.2 


107.3 


114.8 


125.0 


120.0 


125.0 


110.2 


135.2 


110.2 


110.9 




J 


123.5 


136.5 


118.7 


133.3 


139.3 


119.2 


107.3 


114.2 


125.2 


120.1 


122.3 


111.1 


135.2 


110.5 


110.9 




A 


122.7 


133.6 


118.7 


133.3 


141.2 


118.8 


107.1 


114.1 


125.2 


121.2 


111.4 


111.4 


135.2 


110.4 


110.9 




S 


122.7 


133.2 


118.7 


133.3 


142.8 


119.4 


106.0 


114.1 


126.5 


121.3 


109.3 


112.1 


135.1 


110.4 


111.4 




O 


121.9 


129.8 


118.7 


133.3 


142.7 


118.8 


104.8 


115.1 


126.5 


121.6 


110.8 


112.9 


135.1 


110.4 


111.4 




N 


121.7 


127.7 


118.4 


133.3 


143.4 


119.9 


104.7 


116.0 


126.7 


121.7 


117.6 


113.8 


135.1 


110.4 


111.4 




D 


122.7 


131.2 


118.7 


133.3 


142.7 


120.8 


107.8 


116.8 


126.7 


121.9 


112.5 


114.2 


135.3 


110.3 


111.4 


1970 


J 


123.8 


133.2 


118.4 


133.3 


148.7 


118.8 


109.0 


117.4 


128.0 


123.8 


117.3 


115.4 


137.8 


110.3 


111.4 




F 


124.9 


136.1 


118.7 


134.6 


149.5 


120.2 


109.4 


116.3 


128.0 


123.8 


118.0 


115.5 


137.8 


110.3 


111.4 




M 


124.9 


135.3 


118.8 


133.3 


150.5 


121.4 


107.5 


114.9 


128.6 


125.2 


124.1 


117.3 


137.3 


110.3 


111.4 




A 


124.6 


133.3 


119.0 


133.3 


152.7 


121.4 


107.2 


116.4 


128.6 


126.1 


124.8 


116.8 


136.8 


110.3 


111.4 




M 


124.6 


131.3 


119.3 


135.9 


151.6 


122.3 


107.3 


116.1 


128.6 


126.0 


128.5 


118.5 


136.8 


110.3 


111.4 




J 


124.2 


129.8 


119.5 


135.9 


152.1 


121.7 


107.4 


113.5 


128.8 


126.7 


128.6 


119.7 


136.8 


109.8 


111.4 




J 


124.5 


128.8 


119.5 


135.9 


154.1 


122.4 


108.1 


114.8 


129.5 


126.8 


129.8 


121.1 


136.8 


109.7 


111.4 




A 


123.8 


126.1 


119.5 


135.9 


155.2 


122.6 


107.6 


115.8 


129.5 


128.0 


127.8 


120.8 


136.8 


109.5 


111.4 




S 


123.9 


125.8 


119.7 


135.9 


155.2 


121.6 


108.8 


117.3 


129.5 


128.0 


128.5 


121.7 


136.9 


109.3 


111.4 




O 


123.8 


125.2 


119.9 


135.9 


155.8 


122.3 


108.6 


117.5 


129.5 


127.9 


130.2 


120.1 


136.5 


109.5 


111.4 




N 


123.5 


122.5 


120.3 


135.9 


158.2 


122.4 


108.0 


118.8 


130.1 


127.9 


131.3 


120.1 


136.8 


109.4 


111.4 




hly 




rubber products 




leather products 










textiles 








monl 




rubber 


tire ond 












cotton 












averc 


ges 






footwear 


tube 








leather 




yarn 


wool 


synthetic 


carpet, 


linoleum 


cotton 


or months 


tobacco 




manu- 


manu- 




leather 


shoe 


glove 




and cloth 


cloth 


textile 


mat and coated 


and 






products 


total 


facturers 


facturers 


total 


tanneries 


factories 


factories 


total 


mills 


mills 


mills 


and rug 


fabrics 


jute bag 




68.5 


100.0 


10.3 


53.5 


100.0 


19.8 


58.4 


4.1 


100.0 


26.2 


7.6 


28.2 


3.3 


4.2 


3.5 


1968 




119.5 


97.9 


112.7 


95.1 


118.1 


108.4 


120.8 


126.7 


103.5 


108.3 


118.1 


93.1 


100.9 


113.3 


107.7 


1969 




124.4 


101.6 


113.6 


99.3 


124.0 


120.0 


124.6 


134.2 


104.6 


108.7 


121.0 


93.5 


100.9 


115.1 


113.0 


1968 





119.3 


99.5 


113.1 


96.8 


120.0 


112.0 


122.2 


128.1 


103.5 


108.4 


118.2 


93.2 


100.7 


113.2 


106.6 




N 


119.3 


100.3 


113.1 


97.8 


120.0 


111.7 


122.3 


128.1 


103.9 


108.4 


118.2 


93.0 


100.7 


113.2 


115.5 




D 


119.3 


100.3 


113.1 


97.8 


120.7 


114.0 


122.4 


128.1 


103.9 


108.4 


118.2 


93.0 


100.7 


113.2 


115.5 


1969 


J 


119.4 


100.1 


112.9 


97.6 


122.0 


115.2 


123.6 


132.4 


104.4 


108.4 


118.3 


93.6 


101.4 


115.1 


115.5 




F 


119.5 


99.9 


112.9 


97.4 


122.0 


114.9 


123.6 


134.3 


104.5 


108.5 


118.3 


93.6 


101.4 


115.1 


115.3 




M 


119.5 


99.4 


112.9 


96.7 


122.3 


115.9 


123.6 


134.3 


104.7 


108.5 


120.1 


93.8 


101.4 


115.1 


115.0 




A 


124.0 


101.0 


113.0 


98.7 


123.6 


119.6 


124.2 


134.4 


104.9 


108.5 


121.7 


93.9 


101.4 


115.1 


114.7 




M 


126.2 


101.8 


113.4 


99.6 


123.7 


120.0 


124.2 


134.4 


104.9 


108.8 


121.7 


93.7 


101.0 


115.1 


114.7 




J 


126.2 


101.8 


113.4 


99.6 


124.3 


122.6 


124.2 


134.4 


104.7 


108.8 


121.7 


93.6 


101.0 


115.1 


112.6 




J 


126.2 


101.6 


113.7 


99.3 


124.3 


122.0 


124.4 


134.4 


104.6 


108.8 


121.7 


93.6 


101.0 


115.1 


110.5 




A 


126.2 


101.6 


113.7 


99.3 


124.3 


121.9 


124.4 


134.4 


104.6 


108.8 


121.7 


93.4 


101.0 


115.1 


110.4 




S 


126.2 


101.6 


113.7 


99.3 


124.8 


122.8 


124.8 


134.4 


104.5 


108.8 


121.7 


93.3 


101.0 


115.1 


110.4 




O 


126.3 


103.0 


113.7 


101.0 


125.5 


122.0 


126.0 


134.4 


104.6 


108.9 


121.7 


93.3 


101.0 


115.1 


110.4 




N 


126.3 


103.7 


114.2 


101.7 


125.4 


122.0 


126.0 


134.4 


104.5 


109.0 


121.7 


92.8 


99.9 


115.1 


112.6 




D 


126.3 


103.9 


115.2 


101.7 


125.3 


121.6 


126.0 


134.4 


104.5 


108.9 


121.7 


92.9 


99.8 


115.1 


114.2 


1970 


J 


126.3 


103.5 


115.7 


101.2 


125.4 


122.0 


125.3 


141.6 


104.8 


108.8 


122.0 


93.5 


99.5 


114.3 


117.0 




F 


126.3 


103.7 


116.9 


101.2 


125.2 


121.4 


125.3 


141.6 


104.9 


108.8 


122.1 


93.4 


99.5 


114.3 


118.2 




M 


126.4 


103.6 


116.4 


101.1 


125.4 


121.8 


125.4 


143.8 


104.8 


108.8 


122.1 


93.1 


99.7 


114.1 


119.1 




A 


126.4 


104.3 


116.4 


102.0 


125.4 


121.6 


125.4 


144.8 


104.8 


108.8 


122.1 


92.9 


99.4 


114.0 


118.7 




M 


126.4 


104.6 


116.4 


102.3 


125.6 


121.9 


125.4 


145.8 


104.7 


108.8 


122.1 


92.8 


99.4 


113.8 


118.7 




J 


126.4 


104.8 


116.6 


102.6 


127.1 


121.2 


127.6 


146.0 


104.6 


108.7 


122.5 


92.6 


99.4 


113.8 


118.7 




J 


126.4 


105.1 


117.9 


102.6 


127.0 


120.8 


127.7 


146.2 


104.0 


108.7 


122.5 


91.0 


99.4 


113.8 


118.6 




A 


126.4 


105.7 


117.9 


103.4 


126.8 


120.0 


127.7 


147.1 


104.0 


108.7 


122.4 


90.9 


99.2 


113.8 


118.6 




S 


126.4 


106.7 


118.9 


104.3 


127.3 


119.9 


128.4 


147.1 


103.5 


108.1 


122.4 


90.2 


99.2 


113.8 


118.6 




O 


126.4 


106.7 


118.9 


104.4 


127.8 


120.2 


129.0 


147.1 


103.4 


108.1 


122.3 


89.8 


99.2 


114.2 


118.7 




N 


126.4 


106.8 


118.9 


104.5 


128.1 


119.8 


129.6 


147.1 


103.1 


107.7 


122.4 


89.6 


99.2 


114.2 


117.1 



See footnote(s) at end of table. 



SECTION 5 


















52 












January, 1971 


TABLE 1 


-Cont. 




































T 


oble 1 : Industry se 


ling price indexes 


. se 


ected inc 


ustries' (1961 -100), 


based on the 1960 


standard 


industria 


1 classification — 


Cont. 


































paper and a 


lied 




















wood 






furniture and fixtures 






















knitting mills 
















sash 














manu- 
facturers 




thly 




















and door 














of folding 


mon 








averages 






other 












veneer an 


d and 








miscella- 




pulp 


boxes and 


or months 




hosiery 


knitting 


men's 










plywood 


planing 




household 


office 


neous 




and pope 


set-up 






total 


mills 


mills 


clothing 


tote 


1 


;awm 


lis 


mills 


mills 


total 


furniture 


furniture 


furniture 


total 


mills 


boxes 




100.0 


34.7 


65.3 


35.0 


100. 





49. 


7 


14.2 


24.6 


100.0 


56.0 


8.5 


32.1 


100.0 


73.1 


5.2 


1968 




102.2 


97.7 


104.5 


117.9 


135 


9 


140 





127.5 


130.0 


112.2 


112.0 


116.4 


111.3 


110.4 


110.1 


112.9 


1969 




101.2 


95.7 


104.1 


121.9 


146 





146 


4 


140.9 


145.2 


116.7 


117.6 


119.3 


114.5 


113.9 


113.6 


115.7 


1968 





102.4 


97.7 


104.8 


118.2 


139 


6 


145 


1 


128.3 


131.6 


112.8 


112.8 


116.1 


111.7 


110.4 


109.7 


113.8 




N 


102.4 


97.7 


104.9 


118.2 


142 


2 


149 





129.7 


131.8 


112.9 


113.1 


116.1 


111.7 


110.4 


109.7 


113.8 




D 


102.3 


97.5 


104.9 


119.8 


146 


3 


153 


9 


133.6 


134.5 


112.9 


113.1 


116.1 


111.7 


110.6 


109.9 


113.8 


1969 


J 


102.3 


97.1 


105.0 


120.4 


150 


7 


156 


8 


138.7 


140.8 


115.0 


115.8 


116.7 


113.0 


112.3 


112.3 


114.1 




F 


102.2 


96.2 


105.3 


121.5 


157 


1 


166 


8 


142.9 


141.8 


115.0 


115.8 


116.9 


113.0 


112.6 


112.4 


114.7 




M 


102.2 


96.1 


105.4 


121.5 


161 


5 


173 


8 


144.2 


143.3 


115.2 


116.1 


117.1 


113.0 


112.9 


112.7 


114.7 




A 


102.3 


96.1 


105.6 


121.5 


159 


8 


168 


2 


145.4 


147.7 


115.4 


116.4 


117.8 


113.2 


113.3 


113.2 


114.7 




M 


102.3 


96.1 


105.6 


121.5 


155 


8 


160 


1 


150.4 


147.8 


115.5 


116.4 


118.2 


113.3 


113.4 


113.3 


115.1 




J 


102.1 


95.5 


105.6 


121.6 


147 


2 


145 


7 


150.5 


147.3 


116.2 


117.1 


119.3 


113.9 


114.0 


113.6 


116.1 




J 


100.7 


95.5 


103.4 


121.6 


141 


5 


138 


5 


140.3 


147.1 


116.6 


117.6 


119.3 


114.2 


114.7 


114.5 


116.3 




A 


100.7 


95.5 


103.4 


122.0 


138 


1 


132 


3 


140.5 


146.3 


117.4 


118.6 


120.1 


114.7 


114.7 


114.3 


116.3 




S 


100.1 


95.5 


102.5 


122.5 


136 


7 


130 


4 


140.0 


144.2 


118.3 


119.2 


120.2 


116.1 


114.8 


114.4 


116.3 







99.9 


95.1 


102.5 


122.7 


134 


1 


127 


7 


133.5 


143.8 


118.3 


119.2 


120.5 


116.0 


114.9 


114.6 


116.8 




N 


99.9 


94.8 


102.5 


122.7 


135 


2 


128 


8 


133.4 


146.3 


118.6 


119.3 


122.8 


116.4 


114.6 


114.1 


116.8 




D 


99.9 


94.8 


102.5 


123.2 


134 


2 


128 


2 


130.5 


145.8 


118.7 


119.1 


122.8 


116.8 


114.5 


113.9 


116.7 


1970 


J 


99.9 


94.4 


103.3 


124.3 


132 


5 


123 


6 


129.0 


149.6 


120.5 


120.5 


124.8 


119.3 


117.9 


118.2 


117.6 




F 


99.8 


94.1 


103.3 


124.3 


131 


6 


122 


9 


124.9 


149.5 


120.6 


120.7 


125.1 


119.4 


118.0 


118.4 


117.6 




M 


99.8 


94.1 


103.4 


127.4 


130 


8 


122. 


7 


121.6 


149.0 


120.9 


121.1 


126.2 


119.1 


118.4 


118.6 


117.6 




A 


99.8 


94.1 


103.4 


127.4 


131 


7 


123. 


8 


125.6 


148.9 


120.3 


120.5 


126.5 


118.3 


118.5 


118.7 


117.6 




M 


99.8 


94.0 


103.4 


127.5 


131. 


2 


121. 


8 


128.2 


149.2 


120.4 


120.5 


126.7 


118.6 


118.5 


118.7 


118.1 




J 


99.3 


92.7 


103.4 


127.5 


131. 


5 


122. 


3 


128.1 


149.2 


120.5 


120.6 


127.1 


118.5 


116.7 


116.2 


118.1 




J 


100.1 


92.4 


104.7 


127.6 


130 


9 


121. 


5 


127.1 


149.3 


119.8 


119.7 


126.8 


118.0 


116.9 


116.5 


118.5 




A 


100.5 


92.5 


104.7 


128.0 


131 


4 


123 


4 


123.5 


149.4 


120.3 


120.1 


127.8 


118.6 


116.3 


115.6 


118.5 




S 


100.5 


92.5 


104.7 


128.0 


132 


2 


123. 


6 


126.9 


149.5 


120.5 


120.8 


128.0 


119.2 


115.8 


115.0 


118.5 







100.5 


92.5 


104.7 


127.9 


131 


4 


121. 


8 


128.9 


149.3 


121.0 


120.8 


128.0 


119.5 


116.4 


115.6 


118.5 




N 


100.4 


87.2 


104.7 


128.0 


130 


8 


120 


8 


130.1 


149.2 


121.0 


120.8 


128.0 


119.5 


116.6 


115.7 


118.5 








>er and 














primary metals 




















pa| 
































mon 


thly 


allied (concl) 


















aluminum 


copper and 
alloy, 


metal 


mete 


1 fabricating 




averages 


corrugate 


d 


















rolling, 


rolling, 


rolling, 








agri- 


or months 


box 


other 








steel 


pipe 






smelting 


casting 


casting 


casting 


wire and 


hordware, 




cultural 






manu- 


paper 




iron and 


and tube 




iron 


and 


and 


and 


and 


wire 


tool and 


heating 


imple- 






facturers 


converters tota 


1 steel mills 


mills 


foundries 


refining 


extruding 


extruding 


extruding products 


cutlery 


squipmen 


ments 




6.6 


8.6 


100. 


31. 


9 


6 


5 




4.2 


45.1 


4.4 


4.9 


3.0 


14.2 


7.5 


5.4 


18.3 


1968 




114.0 


114.6 


120 


5 103 





95 


3 




119.0 


133.6 


104.3 


150.9 


141.7 


106.1 


115.7 


104.5 


114.3 


1969 




119.7 


117.3 


129 


106 


7 


95 


5 




122.2 


146.5 


107.2 


164.7 


158.1 


110.1 


121.0 


107.6 


118.5 


1968 





117.2 


114.7 


118 


5 103 


1 


93 


6 




119.4 


130.1 


104.1 


144.3 


140.0 


106.2 


116.3 


104.8 


114.7 




N 


117.2 


114.7 


118 


8 103 


2 


94 


3 




119.6 


130.5 


104. 1 


144.4 


140.8 


106.3 


116.3 


104.8 


116.4 




D 


117.2 


114.9 


119 


7 103 


2 


95 







119.6 


132.4 


104. 1 


144.4 


141.1 


106.0 


116.3 


104.9 


116.4 


1969 


J 


117.1 


115.6 


123 


4 103 


6 


94 


8 




121.2 


138.6 


106.7 


153.9 


145.4 


106.8 


118.4 


106.9 


117.5 




F - 


117.1 


116.3 


124 


103 


7 


95 


1 




121.4 


139.6 


107.0 


154.3 


148.2 


107.3 


118.8 


107.5 


117.5 




M 


117.1 


116.7 


124 


9 105 


4 


94 


7 




121.5 


140.4 


107.0 


154.3 


148.6 


107.9 


119.3 


107.8 


118.1 




A 


117.1 


116.8 


126 


105 


8 


94 


6 




121.6 


142.2 


107.0 


154.9 


152.4 


108.3 


119.3 


107.8 


118.0 




M 


117.1 


116.9 


126 


6 106 


4 


94 







121.6 


143.0 


107.0 


154.1 


155.0 


109.2 


119.3 


107.8 


118.1 




J 


121.5 


116.9 


128 


1 106 


5 


94 


1 




121.7 


145.6 


107.0 


159.7 


157.3 


109.6 


120.2 


107.8 


118.1 




J 


121.5 


117.5 


128 


106 


7 


94 


1 




122.2 


144.9 


107.0 


160.7 


159.0 


109.7 


120.2 


107.8 


118.2 




A 


121.5 


118.0 


130 


6 107 





94 


5 




122.1 


149.5 


107.3 


167.4 


159.3 


109.8 


120.8 


107.8 


118.1 




S 


121.5 


118.0 


131 


4 107 


1 


95 


7 




122.1 


150.0 


106.9 


177.6 


162.7 


110.1 


123.2 


107.8 


118.1 







121.5 


118.3 


131 


9 107 


5 


97 


8 




123.4 


149.7 


107.5 


179.5 


166.9 


112.2 


123.7 


107.8 


119.0 




N 


121.5 


118.5 


133 


5 110 





98 


3 




123.8 


151.3 


107.7 


180.5 


167.2 


114.4 


123.9 


107.8 


120.5 




D 


121.5 


118.6 


139 


3 111 


2 


98 


2 




123.8 


162.7 


107.7 


179.8 


175.8 


115.7 


124.3 


108.1 


120.7 


1970 


J 


121.4 


120.8 


139. 


4 111. 


9 


98. 


1 




136.8 


161.7 


110.0 


178.8 


181.3 


117.8 


126.7 


109.0 


120.7 




F 


121.4 


120.7 


139 


8 111 


9 


99 


2 




139.1 


162.6 


110.0 


178.8 


181.3 


117.9 


126.8 


109.0 


120.7 




M 


121.4 


121.4 


140 


8 112 





98 


7 




126.5 


165.6 


109.6 


183.3 


187.0 


118.8 


126.9 


109.7 


122.0 




A 


121.4 


122.1 


141 


6 112 


4 


99 


6 




127.7 


165.4 


109.6 


183.8 


188.8 


119.2 


126.8 


109.8 


122.0 




M 


121.4 


122.3 


140 


1 112 


5 


99. 


6 




128.3 


161.8 


109.6 


183.7 


188.7 


119.3 


127.1 


109.8 


122.0 




J 


121.4 


122.2 


137. 


3 112 


5 


98. 


6 




128.3 


155.8 


109.5 


183.6 


183.1 


119.4 


127.4 


110.9 


121.2 




J 


121.4 


122.1 


135 


5 112. 


5 


98. 


3 




128.2 


152.2 


109.5 


183.1 


178.6 


119.4 


126.2 


111.6 


121.0 




A 


121.4 


122.0 


134. 


1 112. 


5 


98. 


9 




128.0 


149.5 


109.5 


182.7 


174.3 


119.6 


125.8 


111.6 


120.7 




S 


121.4 


122.0 


133 


7 112. 


5 


98. 


7 




127.8 


149.0 


109.4 


182.4 


167.9 


119.7 


126.1 


111.9 


120.5 







124.0 


122.2 


133. 


3 112. 


5 


97. 


7, 




128.2 


148.5 


109.5 


182.3 


162.6 


119.6 


127.5 


111.5 


122.1 




N 


124.9 


122.3 


132 


3 112 


5 


97. 


7 




128.3 


147.0 


109.5 


178.8 


161.1 


119.6 


126.4 


111.5 


122.0 



See footnote(s) at end of table. 



January, 


1971 
















53 












SECTION 5 


































TABLE 


— Concl. 




Tab 


e 1 : industry sell inc 


price 


in 


Jexes, selected industries 1 (1961 -100), based on the 1960 standard ind 


ustrial c 


assificat 


on — cone 


luded 






transportation 








electrical products 




















eguipment 
































thly 












manufac- 




t _ . 






manufac- 




non-metal 


lie mineral 


products 












mon 




motor 


manu 


manu- 


manufac- 




manu- 


turers of 












average; 




vehicle 


focturers focturers 


turers of 


turers of 




facturers 


miscel- 






gypsum 


concrete 


ready -mix 


or month 


5 


parts 


of sma 


II of major 


household 


e 


lectrical 


battery of electric 


laneous 




cement 


products 


products 


concrete 






motor 


and acces- electrical electrical 


radio and 


industrial 


manu- 


wire and 


electrical 




manu- 


manu- 


manu- 


manu- 






vehicle 


sories 


appliances appliances 


television 


eguipment 


facturers 


cables 


products 


total 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 




48.0 


16.5 


4. 


9 


16.6 


10.8 




17.3 


3.3 


12.1 


11.8 


100.0 


14.9 


5.1 


16.6 


15.9 


1968 




101.8 


107.9 


96 


2 


98.8 


99.0 




100.6 


114.3 


129.5 


104.7 


116.3 


116.3 


112.0 


116.7 


123.3 


1969 




102.6 


110.2 


96 


8 


100.0 


99.4 




102.0 


117.8 


134.9 


108.6 


120.5 


121.1 


117.0 


120.5 


127.0 


1968 





102.4 


109.0 


96 


6 


99.1 


98.5 




100.4 


115.1 


121.9 


104.7 


116.7 


117.5 


113.0 


116.8 


123.1 




N 


102.3 


108.9 


96 


8 


99.2 


98.5 




100.7 


115.1 


122.3 


105.3 


116.8 


117.5 


113.0 


116.8 


123.2 




D 


102.3 


109.1 


96 


6 


99.0 


98.5 




100.3 


115.1 


122.6 


105.6 


116.8 


117.5 


113.0 


116.8 


123.2 


1969 


J 


102.3 


108.9 


96 


6 


99.6 


99.6 




100.5 


115.3 


126.1 


106.7 


118.0 


117.9 


113.0 


119.0 


124.7 




F 


102.3 


108.9 


96 


6 


99.8 


99.6 




99.6 


115.5 


129.0 


107.0 


118.5 


117.9 


113.0 


119.8 


124.8 




M 


102.3 


109.2 


96 


6 


100.1 


99.6 




100.4 


116.9 


128.8 


107.0 


119.1 


117.9 


113.0 


120.0 


125.2 




A 


102.3 


109.4 


96 


5 


100.2 


99.6 




100.1 


117.2 


128.9 


107.1 


119.0 


117.9 


113.0 


120.0 


125.0 




M 


102.3 


109.6 


96 


4 


100.0 


99.4 




101.1 


117.6 


130.3 


108.7 


120.7 


122.7 


119.5 


120.6 


125.4 




J 


102.3 


109.9 


96 


5 


99.8 


99.4 




102.1 


117.8 


131.4 


109.2 


120.8 


122.7 


119.5 


120.6 


125.4 




J 


102.3 


110.1 


96 


5 


100.2 


99.6 




102.7 


118.1 


131.4 


109.3 


120.8 


122.7 


119.3 


120.8 


125.5 




A 


102.5 


110.7 


96 


5 


100.2 


99.3 




103.1 


118.2 


134.3 


109.2 


121.4 


122.7 


119.3 


120.8 


128.3 




S 


102.5 


111.1 


97. 


1 


100.3 


99.3 




102.9 


118.5 


143.7 


109.4 


121.8 


122.7 


119.3 


120.8 


130.1 







103.2 


111.2 


97 


1 


100.3 


99.3 




103.8 


119.5 


144.7 


109.7 


121.9 


122.7 


119.3 


120.8 


130.0 




N 


103.2 


111.6 


97 


1 


100.5 


99.3 




103.9 


119.8 


144.8 


109.7 


122.0 


122.7 


117.8 


121.4 


130.1 




D 


103.2 


111.6 


97 


7 


99.5 


99.3 




103.6 


119.8 


145.2 


109.9 


121.9 


122.7 


117.8 


121.4 


130.1 


1970 


J 


103.2 


112.3 


98. 


4 


101.3 


98.7 




106.2 


120.3 


146.6 


109.2 


123.1 


124.2 


119.4 


123.5 


130.7 




F 


103.1 


112.4 


98. 


5 


101.5 


98.7 




106.3 


120.3 


146.6 


110.7 


123.6 


124.2 


119.4 


124.8 


130.9 




M 


103.3 


112.4 


98. 


7 


101.5 


98.7 




107.5 


120.5 


148.5 


111.1 


124.0 


124.2 


119.4 


125.6 


131.0 




A 


103.3 


112.8 


98. 


8 


101.5 


98.6 




108.2 


122.9 


149.4 


111.2 


124.1 


124.2 


119.4 


126.0 


131.2 




M 


103.3 


113.0 


99. 


4 


101.4 


98.6 




108.3 


123.3 


150.4 


111.2 


124.2 


124.4 


119.4 


125.9 


131.1 




J 


103.3 


112.4 


99. 


4 


101.2 


98.0 




108.2 


123.3 


149.9 


111.5 


124.5 


126.8 


119.4 


125.9 


131.1 




J 


103.3 


112.2 


99. 


4 


101.4 


98.0 




108.3 


123.3 


149.9 


111.2 


124.5 


126.9 


119.4 


125.9 


131.2 




A 


103.3 


112.5 


99. 


8 


101.1 


97.8 




108.6 


123.9 


149.8 


111.2 


124.3 


126.9 


119.4 


125.4 


131.0 




S 


103.3 


112.7 


99. 


7 


101.1 


97.7 




109.2 


124.0 


149.8 


111.2 


124.2 


126.9 


119.4 


125.3 


131.0 







106.4, 


113.1 


99. 


7 


100.8 


97.4 




109.8 


123.9 


148.5 


111.1 


124.3 


126.9 


119.4 


125.1 


131. 




N 


106.6 


112.4 


99. 


8 


101.3 


97.4 




110.6 


123.9 


147.6 


111.3 


124.4 


126.9 


119.4 


125.2 


130.7 






non-metallic mineral 


































products — concluded 












chemical 


and chemical products 






cellaneous 


manufacti 








. 
























mis 


ring 






clay 




















manu- 












monthly 


products 














manufac 


manu- 




facturers 








buttons, 




averages 


manu- 




petroleum 






turers o 


f focturers 


paint 


of soaps 




clocks 


jewellery 


buckles 


fountain 


or months 


facturers 
(from c 




and coa 


products 


manu- 
facturers 


plastics 
and 


of pharma- 


and 
varnish 


and 


manufac- 


and 
watch 


and 


and 


pen and 






brasives 








ceutical s 


cleaning 


turers of 


si 1 verware 


fasteners 


pencil 






domestic 


manu- 




petroleum 


of mixec 


synthetic and 


manu- 


com- 


industrial 


manu- 


manu- 


manu- 


manu- 






clay) 


acturers 


total 


refining tote 


1 fertilizers resins 


medicines 


facturers 


pounds 


chemicals 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 


facturers 




5.2 


6.5 


100.0 




97. 1 00. 


3.9 




8.7 


11.7 


10.0 


11.3 


32.7 


2.7 


9.4 


2.3 


2.3 


1968 




112.6 


108.9 


98.1 




97.8 101 


116 


6 


88.8 


104.1 


114.0 


104.0 


96.3 


115.4 


142.3 


97.9 


102.9 


1969 




118.3 


110,3 


100.1 




99.7 101 


2 110. 





88.4 


105.6 


114.4 


106.0 


96.0 


118.8 


144.0 


98.4 


104.6 


1968 





112.9 


108.4 


98.7 




98.5 100 


9 115. 


3 


88.2 


104.4 


114.5 


104.5 


95.8 


116.4 


143.5 


97.9 


102.9 




N 


112.9 


110.1 


98.7 




98.5 100 


9 113 


6 


88.4 


104.9 


114.5 


104.5 


95.9 


116.4 


145.4 


97.9 


102.9 




D 


112.9 


110.1 


98.8 




98.5 101 


1 113. 


6 


88.4 


104.7 


114.5 


105.6 


96.1 


116.4 


144.1 


97.9 


102.9 


1969 


J 


117.5 


110.0 


98.9 




98.5 101 


1 113. 


6 


88.4 


104.8 


114.2 


104.1 


96.6 


116.9 


144.6 


97.9 


103.3 




F 


117.9 


110.1 


98.9 




98.5 101 


4 113. 


9 


88.2 


105.8 


114.2 


104.9 


96.7 


117.9 


142.1 


97.9 


103.3 




M 


117.3 


110.3 


98.9 




98.5 101 


8 115. 


5 


89.0 


105.8 


114.2 


104.9 


97.2 


118.1 


142.9 


97.9 


103.3 




A 


117.5 


110.3 


98.9 




98.5 101 


8 112. 


1 


89.2 


105.7 


114.2 


106.1 


97.2 


118.1 


142.6 


97.9 


103.3 




M 


117.3 


110.3 


99.2 




98.9 101 


6 112. 


8 


88.4 


106.0 


114.2 


104.6 


97.2 


118.1 


143.1 


97.9 


103.3 




J 


118.5 


110.5 


99.2 




98.9 101 


6 112. 


8 


88.6 


105.7 


114.2 


104.4 


97.3 


118.1 


143.4 


98.7 


103.3 




J 


117.6 


110.7 


99.2 




98.8 100 


6 112. 


9 


88.1 


105.4 


114.2 


104.6 


95.0 


118.1 


143.5 


98.7 


103.3 




A 


117.8 


110.4 


101.1 




100.8 100 


6 107. 


1 


88.4 


105.6 


114.2 


105.3 


95.1 


119.7 


143.8 


98.7 


105.2 




S 


119.0 


110.4 


101.3 




101.0 100 


5 104. 


1 


88.4 


105.1 


114.2 


107.0 


95.0 


120.2 


144.3 


98.7 


106.3 







119.6 


110.4 


101.3 




1 01 . 1 00 


9 104. 


7 


87.6 


105.2 


114.5 


109.2 


95.3 


120.2 


144.9 


98.7 


106.3 




N 


120.3 


110.2 


101.8 




101.5 100 


7 105. 


2 


87.7 


105.7 


114.8 


107.6 


94.8 


120.2 


147.2 


99.2 


106.3 




D 


118.9 


110.1 


102.2 




101.9 101 


3 105. 


2 


89.2 


105.9 


116.3 


109.2 


94.9 


120.2 


145.5 


99.2 


108.4 


1970 


J 


120.2 


111.1 


102.6 




102.3 101 


4 107. 


1 


88.8 


105.5 


116.9 


108.0 


95.3 


120.6 


147.1 


97.9 


110.3 




F 


120.2 


114.4 


102.6 




102.3 101 


6 107. 


8 


88.8 


105.4 


116.9 


108.9 


95.3 


121.2 


147.3 


97.9 


110.3 




M 


120.1 


114.3 


102.6 




102.3 101 


4 108. 


8 


88.6 


106.1 


116.9 


107.2 


94.7 


120.5 


150.3 


99.2 


110.3 




A 


120.8 


114.3 


102.6 




102.3 101 


6 108. 


6 


88.9 


106.3 


116.9 


108.4 


95.0 


120.5 


150.2 


99.2 


110.3 




M 


121.1 


114.3 


102.6 




102.3 101 


7 109. 





89.0 


106.6 


116.9 


108.9 


95.1 


120.8 


148.5 


99.2 


110.3 




J 


121.1 


112.2 


102.6 




102.3 101 


5 109. 





89.3 


106.8 


116.9 


109.2 


94.4 


120.8 


147.5 


99.2 


110.3 




J 


121.1 


111.7 


102.6 




102.3 101 


5 109. 





89.6 


106.6 


117.8 


110.2 


94.0 


121.0 


147.6 


99.2 


110.3 




A 


121.1 


110.9 


102.6 




102.3 101 


3 107. 


7 


89.1 


105.6 


117.8 


110.2 


93.9 


121.0 


148.5 


99.2 


110.5 




S 


121.3 


110.4 


102.6 




102.3 101 


3 108. 


6 


89.0 


105.9 


117.8 


110.3 


95.3 


121.2 


148.6 


99.2 


110.5 







121.3 


110.9 


104.7 




1 04 . 4 1 02 


3 108. 


6 


89.3 


107.1 


117.8 


109.7 


95.8 


121.2 


148.8 


99.2 


11T.7 




N 


122.6 


110.8 


104.7 




1 04 . 4 1 02 


6 109. 


4 


89.3 


107.7 


117.8 


111.3 


95.7 


121.2 


148.9 


99.2 


111.7 



'The data for 1969 is subject to revision. 



Source: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), D. B. S. 



SECTION 


5 














54 














January, 1971 


TABLES 2 and 3 










































Table 2: 


qeneral 


wholesa 


le price 


'ndexes' 


(1935-39 


-100) 






















_i 














spec 


ial group 


ings 






monthly 








fully & 


chiefly manufactured goods 








principui i_umi pui it_-i 1 1 s 






















averages ~ 






















tron 


raw 




iron 






or months 






animal 




wood 




non- 


non- 


chemical 




& non- & partly 




& non- 




non- 






vegetable 


prod- 


textile 


prod- 


iron 


ferrous 


metallic 


prod- 


non-farm 


ferrous 


mfg. 




ferrous 




ferrous 




total 


products 


ucts 


products 


ucts 


products 


metals 2 


minerals 


ucts 


products 3 


metals 4 


goods 5 


total 5 


metals* 


iron 


metals* 


1968 


269.9 


230.8 


294.6 


256.5 


367.9 


276.8 


250.8 


206.0 


213.7 


278.2 


313.9 


249.1 


281.6 


281.1 


277.6 


355.6 


1969 


282.4 


237.9 


322.4 


256.7 


389.4 


285.8 


264.0 


210.0 


219.7 


288.7 


329.0 


260.0 


294.9 


291.9 


287.6 


385.1 


1968 D 


274.5 


236.1 


304.4 


257.3 


381.9 


277.6 


244.3 


207.0 


214.8 


281.1 


309.6 


250.9 


287.7 


282.2 


278.9 


353.5 


1969 J 


278.0 


239.3 


306.6 


256.6 


388.9 


278.6 


255.6 


209.7 


215.5 


285.2 


318.7 


255.7 


290.6 


284.2 


280.2 


369.5 


F 


279.0 


240.2 


308.5 


256.5 


393.2 


278.9 


253.7 


209.7 


215.2 


286.0 


317.4 


255.8 


292.1 


284.5 


280.5 


369.9 


M 


280.5 


237.9 


309.3 


256.5 


402.4 


281.6 


254.4 


209.8 


217.0 


289.1 


319.4 


255.0 


294.9 


287.4 


283.5 


369.9 


A 


281.8 


238.4 


316:0 


256.4 


401.8 


282.5 


254.4 


209.4 


219.5 


289.2 r 


320.0 


256.8 


2 95.9 


288.2 


284.4 


368.8 


M 


283.1 


238.4 


326.7 


257.0 


394.2 


284.0 


258.7 


210.4 


218.6 


288.6 


324.0 


260.3 


296.0 


290.0 


285.9 


378.4 


J 


284.7 


238.9 


338.6 


257.1 


390.8 


284.4 


258.4 


210.1 


218.6 


287.8 


324.0 


263.2 


296.6 


2 90.4 


286.3 


378.6 


J 


282.7 


238.5 


333.1 


256.8 


383.0 


285.1 


258.8 


209.9 


219.7 


286.1 


324.6 


262.2 


294.1 


290.8 


286.6 


381.2 


A 


282.8 


236.6 


328.8 


256.9 


387.1 


285.3 


264.0 


210.4 


221.3 


288.2 


328.7 


261.7 


294.6 


291.1 


286.8 


384.0 


S 


283.4 


236.1 


327.9 


256.8 


386.5 


285.8 


272.6 


210.2 


222.4 


289.6 


335.4 


262.0 


295.3 


292.2 


287.2 


400.2 





283.4 


236.0 


324.4 


256.7 


384.3 


291.2 


273.7 


210.2 


223.4 


290.5 


339.4 


260.8 


296.0 


298.3 


293.4 


405.1 


N 


283.0 


237.9 


322.2 


256.7 


378.1 


294.1 


274.8 


210.1 


221.6 


289.7 


342.0 


261.2 


295.1 


301.6 


296.7 


405.5 


D 


286.2 


236.6 


327.3 


256.6 


382.9 


297.7 


288.7 


210.3 


223.7 


294.1 


354.6 


265.0 


298.1 


304.4 


299.5 


410.0 


1970 J 


287.8 


236.6 


333.2 


257.0 


380.0 


302.0 


290.9 


212.9 


223.2 


295.1 


358.9 


269.0 


298.2 


306.7 


302.0 


408.8 


F 


289.1 


237.9 


338.4 


256.8 


380.1 


303.4 


291.1 


213.0 


223.4 


295.5 


359.9 


271.9 


298.7 


307.0 


302.2 


407.7 


M 


289.5 


238.7 


337.2 


257.5 


378.1 


305.1 


294.5 


213.7 


223.8 


296.2 


363.5 


273.7 


298.3 


307.2 


302.3 


412.6 


A 


289.5 


238.1 


331.7 


258.1 


383.1 


305.8 


294.8 


214.4 


224.3 


297.9 


364.0 


271.3 


299.6 


308.0 


303.1 


413.7 


M 


288.6 


239.3 


329.8 


257.7 


377.5 


307.0 


288.9 


214.3 


224.5 


295.7 


360.4 


270.3 


298.8 


308.8 


304.0 


413.7 


J 


287.0 


237.2 


325.5 


257.3 


383.3 


306.2 


281.0 


214.5 


225.3 


295.7 


354.9 


265.3 


299.1 


308.2 


303.4 


412.6 


J 


286.2 


238.8 


323.9 


256.9 


379.9 


306.0 


277.9 


214.4 


224.9 


294.2 


352.8 


264.8 


298.1 


308.6 


303.8 


412.6 


A 


283.9 


236.2 


321.6 


257.0 


372.8 


305.8 


275.6 


214.4 


224.6 


292.0 


351.3 


261.7 


296.3 


308.6 


303.6 


415.2 


S 


284. 5r 


237.5 


320.6 


256.9 


375.6 r 


305.7 


275.1 


214.8 


225.3 


292. 7 r 


351.1 


261.5 


297.4, 


308.5 


303.5 


415.2 





284.5 


239.2 


316.9 


257.0 


375.5 


305.8 


272.0 


220.1 


228.4 


293.1 


348.6 


259.7 


298.4 


308.6 


303.7 


415.0 


N 


283.8 


239.3 


315.7 


256.5 


375.2 


305.5 


268.0 


220.1 


229.3 


292.3 


345.4 


258.6 


298.0 


308.2 


303.4 


411.2 



'The data for the current year are subject to revision, includes gold. 'Consists of qeneral wholesale index less animal products and vegetable products 
component groups. 'Consists of iron products and non-ferrous metals products component groups less gold. 5 These two series comprise the general wholesale 

index. 'Excludes gold. Source: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), D. B. S. 



Table 3: other price indexes 











build 


ing materials (1961 -100) 








Canadian farm pro< 
(1935-39-100 
total field 




thirty 
monthly industrial 
averages moterials 1 
or months (1935- 
39-100) 
total 




residential 






non-residential 










total 


plumbing 
lumber and and wallboard 
lumber heating and insu- 
product equipment lotion 


concrete 
products 


total 


plumbing, 
steel heating electrical 
and metal and other equip- 
work equipment ment 


concrete 
products 


lumber 

and 
lumber 
products 


lucts' 

) 

animal 


1968 254.0 

1969 267.7 


132.1 
139.2 


138.7 126.8 122.0 

147.8 128.5 127.8 


122.0 
125.4 


120.7 
126.1 


114.5 127.2 100.0 
120.2 132.5 100.8 


124 
126 



5 


146.7 
162.7 


257.8 186.3 
271.0 184.0 


329.3 
357.9 



1968 D 258.9 135.0 144.0 124.4 123.3 122.0 121.8 114.4 127.5 



98.1 124.0 156.3 



264.4 183.8 345.0 



1969 J 


262.1 


136.6 


145.9 


124.2 


122.9 


123.5 


123.1 


114.8 


129.1 


98.6 


124.4 


162.8 


264.2 


185.4 


343.0 


F 


263.5 


139.9 


150.9 


124.6 


123.6 


123.6 


123.9 


114.8 


129.2 


98.8 


124.5 


168.2 


265.4 


185.3 


345.5 


M 


264.1 


142.1 


154.2 


125.2 


123.6 


124.1 


125.5 


118.1 


129.9 


98.3 


125.1 


173.8 


264.1 


183.5 


344.8 


A 


267.7 


143.5 


156.2 


125.6 


125.8 


123.8 


126.3 


119.4 


130.1 


98.1 


124.8 


177.8 


267.9 


183.0 


352.8 


M 


270.8 


142.7 


154.2 


126.5 


129.6 


124.5 


126.8 


120.5 


131.4 


99.9 


125.4 


174.4 


277.6 


183.5 


371.7 


J 


271.1 


139.8 


149.3 


126.8 


129.6 


124.6 


126.5 


120.4 


132.4 


100.6 


125.5 


167.4 


282.6 


183.5 


381.7 


J 


269.0 


138.9 


147.5 


128.1 


129.5 


124.8 


126.0 


120.4 


132.9 


100.2 


125.8 


162.5 


278.8 


186.0 


371.6 


A 


269.2 


138.4 


145.9 


129.7 


129.5 


126.3 


126.4 


121.8 


133.6 


101.2 


127.5 


157.8 


275.0 


188.2 


361.7 


S 


270.4 


137.3 


143.3 


131.8 


129.5 


127.3 


126.6 


122.3 


134.3 


102.6 


128.6 


153.3 


271.4 


182.6 


360.2 


O 


266.6 


136.5 


141.2 


133.2 


129.5 


127.2 


127.0 


122.4 


135.1 


103.4 


128.5 


150.4 


266.8 


181.3 


352.3 


N 


267.8 


137.0 


141.9 


133.8 


130.1 


127.4 


127.7 


123.6 


136.0 


103.7 


128.8 


152.0 


267.7 


183.4 


352.1 


D 


269.6 


137.5 


142.5 


132.9 


130.1 


127.3 


127.9 


124.0 


136.5 


103.9 


128.7 


151.8 


270.4 


182.9 


357.9 


1970 J 


272.3 


137.6 


142.2 


133.7 


130.1 


128.1 


128.6 


125.3 


137.2 


104.9 


129.5 


150.9 


275.2 


185.4 


364.9 


F 


272.3 


138.0 


142.4 


134.5 


130.4 


128.9 


128.8 


125.3 


137.2 


105.4 


130.0 


149.3 


281.8 


189.2 


374.5 


M 


273.7 


137.2 


140.8 


135.2 


130.4 


129.0 


129.4 


126.9 


137.7 


105.6 


130.1 


147.3 


280.3 


189.4 


371.2 


A 


274.4 


137.3 


140.7 


134.9 


130.4 


129.4 


129.4 


127.3 


137.2 


106.1 


130.6 


147.2 


274.5 


188.6 


360.3 


M 


273.7 


137.1 


140.3 


135.4 


130.4 


129.3 


129.3 


127.3 


137.2 


106.3 


130.5 


146.2 


278.2 


193.3 


363.1 


J 


271.5 


137.5 


140.9 


135.5 


130.4 


129.3 


129.5 


127.3 


138.0 


107.2 


130.5 


146.3 


274.4 


196.1 


352.6 


J 


270.3 


137.5 


141.1 


135.2 


130.4 


129.4 


129.6 


127.3 


138.1 


107.1 


130.6 


147.0 


275.0 


201.3 


348.8 


A 


268.5 


138.8 


143.1 


135.6 


130.4 


129.2 


129.7 


127.3 


138. 1 


107. 1 


130.4 


148.9 


270.2 


197.5 


342.9 


S 


269.2 


138.8 


143.1 


135.7 


130.4 


129.1 


129.7 


127.3 


138.1 


107.1 


130.3 


149.3 


263.6 


184.7 


342.5 





267.4 


138.3 


142.4 


135.2 


130.4 


129.1 


129.6 


126.9 


138.7 


107.2 


130.3 


148.3 


260.4 


185.7 


335.1 


N 


266.4 


138.5 


142.8 


134.6 


130.9 


129.0 


129.5 


126.8 


138.0 


107.0 


130.1 


147.8 


261.4 


185.4 


337.4 



'Calculated as an unweighted geometric average of 30 prices. 

'Indexes are final to July 1968. Source: Prices and Price Indexes (62-002), D. B. S. 



January, 


1971 










55 










SECTION 5 




























TABLE 4 














Table 


4: consumer price 


index 


























Canada, (1961- 


100) 




















all-items and 












supplementary classification; 














main groups 










dities 






hly 








lousing 












commo 




mon 










health and 


recre- 
ation 
and 


tobacco 
and 






non-durable 




averages 
or months 


~i t 






household 








services 


al 1- 








trans- personal 












hts: 


items 


food 


total 


shelter operation 


clothing 


portation care 


reading 


alcohol 


total 1 


durable 


total ex food 


total 1 


weic 


100 


27 


32 


18 14 


11 


12 7 


5 


6 


70 


12 


58 31 


22 


1968 




120.1 


122.0 


118.6 


124.6 110.6 


121.1 


114.7 127.4 


119.7 


120.4 


116.4 


103.8 


119.0 116.9 


125.0 


1969 




125.5 


127.1 


124.7 


133.1 113.5 


124.5 


120.0 133.6 


126.8 


125.0 


120.3 


104.9 


123.6 120.5 


132.3 


1968 





121.4 


122.9 


120.3 


127.1 111.2 


122.8 


114.9 129.0 


121.4 


121.3 


117.7 


103.7 


120.6 118.3 


126.5 




N 


121.9 


123.4 


120.9 


127.6 111.8 


123.4 


115.7 129.4 


123.3 


121.3 


117.7 


104.5 


120.5 118.6 


127.3 




D 


122.3 


124.5 


121.0 


127.6 112.1 


123.4 


115.7 129.4 


123.3 


121.3 


118.2 


104.6 


121.0 118.7 


127.3 


1969 


J 


122.6 


125.1 


121.9 


128.9 112.4 


121.5 


116.3 129.5 


124.2 


121.3 


118.1 


104.3 


121.0 118.1 


127.8 




F 


122.6 


123.9 


122.3 


129.7 112.4 


121.8 


117.3 129.6 


124.7 


121.9 


118.1 


104.3 


120.9 118.6 


128.5 




M 


121+2 


123.8 


122.8 


130.4 112.6 


123.8 


118.3 129.5 


125.1 


121.9 


118.4 


104.6 


121.3 119.3 


129.3 




A 


124.6 


125.0 


123.7 


131.7 113.0 


124.3 


119.9 133.7 


125.4 


125.5 


119.4 


105.1 


122.4 120.3 


131.4 




M 


124.9 


125.1 


124.2 


132.5 113.1 


123.8 


120.4 134.2 


127.4 


125.8 


119.8 


105.0 


122.9 120.4 


132.2 




J 


125.9 


127.8 


124.7 


133.1 113.3 


124.9 


120.6 134.2 


127.4 


125.8 


121.4 


105.0 


124.9 120.8 


133.0 




J 


12674" 


128.8 


125.2 


133.9 113.7 


124.8 


120.7 134.2 


127.4 


126.3 


121.5 


104.8 


125.1 120.8 


133.4 




A 


126.9 


130.6 


125.4 


134.0 113.8 


125.0 


120.5 134.2 


127.6 


126.4 


121.6 


104.5 


125.3 121.0 


133.6 




S 


126.6 


128.5 


125.7 


134.5 113.8 


125.2 


120.9 135.0 


128.0 


126.4 


121.0 


104.5 


124.5 121.3 


134.1 







126.8 


127.8 


126.4 


135.5 114.1 


126.1 


120.9 136.1 


128.1 


126.4 


120.9 


104.6 


124.4 121.6 


134.5 




N 


127.4 


128.8 


126.9 


136.1 114.5 


126.3 


121.8 136.4 


128.5 


126.3 


121.5 


106.2 


124.8 121.7 


134.5 




D 


127.9 


129.8 


127.6 


137.2 114.8 


126.4 


122.0 136.8 


128.1 


126.3 


122.1 


106.3 


125.5 122.0 


135.0 


1970 


J 


128.2 


130.1 


128.1 


138.1 114.7 


125.5 


122.7 136.8 


128.0 


126.5 


122.0 


106.1 


125.4 121.7 


135.5 




F 


128.7 


131.3 


128.3 


138.5 114.7 


125.1 


123.5 137.7 


129.0 


126.5 


122.7 


106.1 


126.1 121.9 


136.4 




M 


128.9 


130.5 


129.2 


139.3 115.4 


126.0 


124.0 137.7 


129.5 


126.5 


122.7 


106.0 


126.2 122.5 


137.1 




A 


129.7 


131.5 


1 29. 8 


140.1 115.9 


126.8 


124.6 139.3 


129.6 


126.5 


123.4 


106.2 


126.9 123.0 


137.8 




M 


12 9.6 


130.3 


130.4 


140.9 116.1 


126.8 


124.8 139.8 


130.1 


126.5 


123.0 


106.4 


126.5 123.2 


138.5 




J 


129.9 


130.9 


130.7 


141.3 116.4 


126.9 


125.1 139.8 


130.3 


126.5 


123.8 


106.3 


127.5 123.4 


138.9 




J 


130.5 


131.6 


131.5 


142.3 116.7 


126.9 


125.2 139.8 


132.4 


126.5 


124.0 


106.2 


127.9 123.8 


139.2 




A 


130.5 


131.9 


131.5 


142.6 116.6 


126.2 


125.3 140.2 


132.5 


126.4 


123.5 


106.1 


127.2 123.6 


139.5 




S 


130.2 


130.0 


131.8 


143.1 116.5 


127.0 


125.3 140.1 


133.0 


126.4 


122.8 


105.9 


126.4 123.9 


139.7 







130.3 


128.5 


132.8 


144.7 116.7 


128.2 


125.2 141.2 


133.1 


126.4 


122.7 


106.0 


126.1 124.4 


140.2 




N 


130.3 


127.5 


133.3 


145.4 117.0 


128.4 


125.8 140.8 


133.7 


126.4 


122.4 


106.7 


125.7 124.6 


140.4 
















regional cities, 


all-items 


(1961=100) 












onthly 


























m 


























averages S 


. John's 
















Saskatoon, 


Edmonton, 




or 


month 


s 


(Nfld.) 


Halifax 


Saint John 


Montreal 


Ottawa 


Toronto 


Winnif 


eg 


Regina 


Calgary V 


ancouver 


1968 






115.9 


114.2 


115.1 


118.1 


118.3 


119.3 


118 


2 


115.8 


116.7 


115.1 


1969 






119.3 


119.5 


119.8 


121.8 


123.1 


124.1 


123 


1 


119.7 


121.5 


119.0 


1968 







117.0 


114.7 


115.7 


118.6 


119.1 


120.4 


119 


1 


116.7 


118.2 


115.8 




N 




117.2 


115.4 


116.2 


119.4 


120.0 


120.7 


120 





117.3 


118.8 


116.4 




D 




117.7 


115.9 


116.4 


120.0 


120.2 


121.5 


120 


3 


117.7 


118.9 


116.8 


1969 


J 




117.2 


115.8 


116.6 


120.1 


120.3 


121.3 


120 


4 


117.8 


119.1 


116.8 




F 




117.8 


115.5 


116.3 


120.4 


120.1 


121.2 


120 


4 


117.7 


119.2 


117.3 




M 




118.2 


115.9 


117.1 


120.0 


120.8 


121.9 


120 


9 


117.7 


119.6 


117.6 




A 




118.7 


119.0 


119.3 


121.0 


121.9 


123.2 


121 


9 


118.3 


120.3 


118.2 




M 




119.0 


119.3 


119.5 


121.4 


122.7 


123.3 


122 


2 


118.9 


120.8 


118.5 




J 




119.9 


120.0 


120.3 


122.5 


123.5 


124.5 


123. 


6 


120.1 


122.1 


119.9 




J 




120.0 


120.4 


121.0 


122.7 


123.8 


124.9 


123 


7 


120.5 


122.2 


120.0 




A 




120.6 


121.4 


121.6 


123.2 


124.3 


125.8 


123. 


9 


120.7 


122.4 


120.1 




S 




120.3 


121.2 


121.5 


122.1 


123.9 


125.5 


124 


7 


121.2 


123.0 


119.5 









119.9 


121.1 


121.1 


122.0 


124.7 


125.3 


124 


2 


120.5 


122.5 


119.2 




N 




120.0 


122.0 


121.5 


122.8 


125.4 


126.1 


125 


4 


121.3 


123.2 


120.1 




D 




120.5 


122.6 


122.0 


123.1 


125.8 


126.6 


126 


2 


121.6 


123.5 


121.0 


1970 


J 




120.9 


123.2 


122.4 


123.5 


125.7 


126.8 


126 


2 


121.7 


123.5 


121.0 




F 




121.9 


123.6 


123.2 


124.2 


126.5 


127.2 


126 


7 


122.1 


123.7 


121.4 




M 




122.0 


123.8 


123.1 


124.2 


127.0 


127.2 


126 


2 


122.1 


124.0 


121.8 




A 




122.4 


124.5 


123.5 


124.7 


127.6 


127.5 


127 


1 


122.1 


124.7 


123.1 




M 




121.8 


125.2 


123.6 


124.4 


127.4 


127.5 


127 


3 


122.2 


124.7 


123.4 




J 




122.2 


125.3 


124.1 


125.0 


128.4 


127.8 


127. 


6 


122.5 


125.2 


123.8 




J 




122.3 


125.2 


123.8 


125.3 


128.5 


127.8 


127 


3 


122.4 


125.5 


123.6 




A 




122.6 


125.3 


124.0 


124.8 


128.0 


127.7 


127 


4 


122.4 


125.7 


123.4 




S 




121.3 


124.1 


123.8 


124.3 


127.7 


127.3 


127 


6 


122.8 


126.1 


123.5 









121.2 


124.3 


123.4 


123.6 


127.5 


127.1 


127 


1 


122.1 


125.7 


123.3 




N 




121.0 


124.8 


123.9 


124.1 


127.6 


127.3 


126 


9 


121.8 


126.1 


123.9 



l Total commodities and services does not add up to 100 per cent; the portion of shelter which includes taxes and mortgage interest, and amounts to 8 per 
cent, is excluded. 2 These indexes measure within each city the percentage change in consumer prices from the base period to the subseguent time periods. They 
cannot be used to compare levels of prices between cities. Information on inter-city retail price differentials is contained in technical note No 6 published in the June 
1969 issue of the Canadian statistical review. Source: Prices and Price Indexes (62*002), D. B. S. 



SECTION 6 










56 










January, 1971 


TABLE 1 
























Table 1 


total inventories, shipments and orders 


in manufacturing based on the 1960 stand 


ard industr 


al classification (million 


dollars) 




onthly 




new orders 


unfilled 






inventory at en 


d of month 








m 








all inventory held 




ratio of 


avera 
















inventories 


or 


months 




received 


orders at 




held but 




raw 


goods 


finished 


owned 






shipments 1 


during month 3 


end of month 4 


owned 2 


not owned 


total 


materials 


in process 


products 


to shipments 


1968 




3,499.6 


3,502.6 


3,942.5 


7,230.2 


434.4 


7, 664. 6 


3,094.3 


2,047.2 


2,523.2 


2.01 


1969 




3,756.3 


3,793.9 


4,393.7 


7,788.1 


466.7 

unadjusted for 


8,254.8 

seasonal variation 


3,334.4 


2,257.1 


2,666.7 


1.98 


1968 


J 


3,582.1 


3,531.2 


3,938.9 


6,880.0 


452.7 


7, 340. 7 


2,830.8 


1,980.4 


2,529.5 


1.95 




J 


3,329.0 


3,316.9 


3,926.9 


6,858.8 


460.9 


7,319.8 


2,865.5 


1,952.1 


2,502.1 


2.07 




A 


3,354.5 


3,389.2 


3,961.6 


6,969.0 


470.0 


7,439.0 


2,909.5 


2,047.0 


2,482.5 


2.06 




S 


3,702.7 


3,681.8 


3,940.7 


7,049.7 


442.2 


7,491.8 


2 , 962 . 7 


2,030.9 


2,498.3 


1.91 







3,976.7 


3,974.8 


3,938.8 


7,067.3 


422.8 


7,490. 1 


2,993.3 


2,006.0 


2,490.8 


1.78 




N 


3,774.9 


3,819.0 


3,982.9 


7,086.9 


434.7 


7,527.6 


2,994.7 


2,031.5 


2,495.3 


1.86 




D 


3,503.5 


3,463.1 


3,942.5 


7,230.2 


434.4 


7,664.6 


3,094.3 


2,047.2 


2,523.2 


2.09 


1969 


J 


3,409.6 


3,533.1 


4,066.0 


7,269.9 


442.8 


7,712.7 


3,035.3 


2,089.5 


2,587.9 


2.06 




F 


3,426.0 


3,502.8 


4,142.8 


7,367.3 


478.2 


7,845.5 


3,059.0 


2,165.4 


2,621.2 


2.10 




M 


3,850.7 


3,854.3 


4, 146.4 


7,421.0 


502.4 


7,923.4 


3,036.2 


2,224.4 


2,662.8 


1.93 




A 


3,761.1 


3,749.1 


4,134.4 


7,406.8 


518.4 


7,925.2 


3,006.8 


2,244.8 


2,673.6 


1.98 




M 


3,944.1 


3,952.9 


4,143.3 


7,445.7 


529.8 


7,975.5 


3,017.0 


2,268.9 


2,689.5 


1.88 




J 


3,947.8 


3,962.7 


4,158.2 


7,429.8 


542.8 


7, 972.6 


3,035.7 


2,263.1 


2,673.9 


1.87 




J 


3,617.5 


3,657.2 


4,198.0 


7,438.9 


542.8 


7,981.7 


3,121.0 


2,245.3 


2,615.4 


2.03 




A 


3,506.9 


3,525.7 


4,216.7 


7,510.9 


519.5 


8,030.4 


3,148.8 


2,271.1 


2,610.5 


2.1.3 




S 


3,962.5 


4,027.2 


4,281.4 


7,535.7 


514.7 


8, 050. 4 


3,170.4 


2,263.1 


2,616.8 


1.87 







4,098.5 


4,039.0 


4,221.8 


7,617.0 


500.2 


8, 7 77.2 


3,201.2 


2,267.6 


2,648.4 


1.89 




N 


3,825.8 


3,890.3 


4,286.3 


7,682.1 


501.0 


8, 783. 7 


3,223.3 


2,283.8 


2,676.0 


1.97 




D 


3,725.1 


3,832.5 


4,393.7 


7,788.1 


466.7 


8,254.8 


3,334.4 


2,257.1 


2,666.7 


2.03 


1970 


J 


3,449.6 


3,573.4 


4,517.5 


7,862.9 


478.5 


8,347.5 


3,298.1 


2,298.8 


2,744.5 


2.20 




F 


3,555.9 


3,486.7 


4,448.2 


7,966.0 


497.0 


8,462.9 


3,308.8 


2,316.0 


2,838.2 


2.28 




M 


3,832.9 


3,845.7 


4,461.0 


7,972.5 


511.6 


8,484. 7 


3,289.3 


2,324.1 


2,870.6 


2.07 




A 


3,896.1 


3,843.0 


4,407.9 


7,943.1 


493.4 


8,436.4 


3,233.5 


2,306.4 


2,896.6 


2.07 




M 


3,910.4 


3,868.2 


4,365.7 


7,925.4 


502.7 


8, 428. 2 


3,197.3 


2,330.8 


2,901.0 


2.05 




J 


4,806.9 


4,062.7 


4,341.4 


7,849.1 


504.1 


8,353.2 


3,175.7 


2,307.9 


2,869.6 


1.92 




J 


3,569.8 


3,601.6 


4,373.1 


7,816.7 


519.9 


8,336.5 


3,237.1 


2,295.8 


2,803.6 


2.19 




A 


3,549.7 


3,596. 6r 


4,420.0 


7,936.7 


537.0 


8,473.8 


3,255.0 


2,367.9 


2,850.9 


2.24 




Sr 


4,014.4 


3,937.8 


4,343.4 


7,897.8 


552.7 


8,450.5 


3,254.4 


2,399.5 


2,796.6 


1.97 




Op 


3,941.5 


3,894.5 


4,296.4 


7,888.6 


560.0 


8,448.6 


3,267.2 


2,376.7 


2,804.7 


2.00 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
2 7 



1968 J 


3,475.1 


3,462.6 


3,942.9 


6,943.0 


437.0 


7, 380. 


2,899.3 


1 , 979. 1 


2,501.6 


2.00 


J 


3,509.2 


3,505.1 


3,938.8 


6,969.9 


445.5 


7,415.4 


2,882.8 


2,008.7 


2,523.9 


1.99 


A 


3,542.5 


3,561.2 


3,957.5 


7,007.9 


467.2 


7,475.1 


2,907.0 


2,054.4 


2,513.7 


1.98 


S 


3,617.4 


3,632.1 


3,972.2 


7,069.8 


441.3 


7,577.7 


2,954.9 


2,026.0 


2,530.2 


1.95 





3,668.3 


3,686.2 


3,990.1 


7,108.6 


438.2 


7,546.8 


2,974.4 


2,028.4 


2,544.0 


1.94 


N 


3,665.9 


3,743.7 


4,067.9 


7,121.1 


451.6 


7, 572. 7 


2,981.8 


2,046.5 


2,544.4 


1.94 


D 


3,600.6 


3,536.3 


4,003.6 


7,206.5 


457.0 


7,663.5 


2,999.6 


2,086.5 


2,577.4 


2.00 


1969 J 


3,659.3 


3,690.1 


4,034.4 


7,209.7 


465.9 


7,675.6 


2,993.5 


2,102.9 


2,579.2 


1.97 


F 


3,725.7 


3,817.8 


4,126.5 


7,324.4 


484.3 


7, 808. 7 


3,051.4 


2,163.2 


2,594.1 


1.97 


M 


3,794.8 


3,641.4 


3,973.1 


7,349.5 


485.3 


7,834.8 


3,045.3 


2,172.1 


2,617.4 


1.94 


A 


3,671.3 


3,786.6 


4,088.4 


7,367.4 


505.5 


7,872.9 


3,053.6 


2,205.2 


2,614.1 


2.01 


M 


3,764.2 


3,786.1 


4,110.3 


7,462.1 


510.5 


7. 972.6 


3,101.4 


2,227.6 


2,643.6 


1.98 


J 


3,798.3 


3,843.5 


4,155.5 


7,473.0 


523.1 


7, 996. 7 


3,098.7 


2,259.2 


2,638.2 


1.97 


J 


3,802.2 


3,848.5 


4,201.8 


7,584.7 


518.2 


8, 702.9 


3,140.6 


2,324.5 


2,637.8 


1.99 


A 


3,834.2 


3,839.7 


4,207.3 


7,526.8 


507.3 


8, 034. 1 


3,140.0 


2,260.3 


2,633.8 


1.96 


S 


3,770.6 


3,880.0 


4,316.7 


7,589.3 


520.6 


8, 109.9 


3,167.2 


2,275.9 


2,666.8 


2.01 





3,786.7 


3,760.6 


4,290.6 


7,650.4 


518.5 


8, 168.9 


3,186.0 


2,280.1 


2,702.8 


2.02 


N 


3,787.3 


3,859.2 


4,362.5 


7,710.9 


511.6 


8. 222. 5 


3,206.2 


2,292.4 


2,723.9 


2.04 


D 


3,738.5 


3,840.2 


4,464.2 


7,768.5 


496.9 


8,265.4 


3,230.3 


2,296.3 


2,738.8 


2.08 


1970 J 


3,776.8 


3,804.2 


4,491.6 


7,836.1 


508.4 


8,344.5 


3,266.9 


2,330.7 


2,746.9 


2.07 


F 


3,866.6 


3,810.4 


4,435.4 


7,928.9 


503.3 


8, 432. 2 


3,304.1 


2,316.8 


2,811.3 


2.05 


M 


3,734.5 


3,682.3 


4,383.2 


7,892.4 


492.5 


8, 384. 9 


3,290.3 


2,280.2 


2,814.4 


2.11 


A 


3,812.8 


3,794.6 


4,365.0 


7,898.0 


482.1 


8, 380. 1 


3,289.4 


2,265.9 


2,824.8 


2.07 


M 


3,809.0 


3,771.3 


4,327.3 


7,905.6 


480.5 


8, 386. 1 


3,275.8 


2,273.4 


2,836.9 


2.08 


J 


3,839.7 


3,851.6 


4,339.2 


7,908.7 


487.3 


8, 396. 


3,248.5 


2,308.7 


2,838.8 


2.06 


J 


3,766.8 


3,804.2 


4,376.6 


7,945.7 


494.7 


8,440.4 


3,261.8 


2,358.2 


2,820.4 


2.11 


A 


3,855.4 


3,883.4 


4,404.6 


7,966.1 


521.9 


8, 488. 


3,245.0 


2,359.4 


2,883.6 


2.07 


Sr 


3,783.9 


3,754.1 


4,374.8 


7,950.9 


548.7 


8,499.6 


3,250.4 


2,401.5 


2,847.7 


2.10 


Op 


3,719.3 


3,706.5 


4,362.0 


7,927.0 


588.4 


8.515.4 


3,245.7 


2,402.0 


2,867.7 


2.13 



'Monthly shipments represent an estimated projection of the latest available Census of Manufacturers values except for those industries whose long-term 
contracts result in large intermittent shipments; for these a monthly estimate of work put in place has been substituted. 'Total manufacturing inventory owned by 

manufacturers including warehouse stocks. 'Total new orders received during the period at estimated selling value, net of cancellations, regardless of whether the 
orders will be filled from stock or as a result of activity during the same month. 'Annual figures for inventories and unfilled orders are end of December values. 

Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), D.B.S. 



January, 1971 










57 










SECTION 6 
























TABLE 2 




Table 2: 


manufacturing 


shipments' 


by industry based on 


the 1960 standard industria 


1 classif 


ication (million 


dollars) 




monthly 
























averaqes 


total 


non- 




foods and 


tobacco 








knitting 






or months 


shipments 


durables 


durables 


beverages 


products 


rubber 


leather 


textile 


mills 


clothing 


wood 


1968 


3, 499. 6 


1,871.8 


1,627.9 


639.5 


42.4 


47.1 


30.8 


127.2 


31.4 


104.9 


163.8 


1969 


3. 756. 3 


1,992.3 


1,764.0 


679.4 


38.8 

unadj 


52.1 

usted for seasona 


33.7 

1 variation 


138.6 


31.7 


105.6 


175.7 


1968 J 


3, 582. 7 


1,859.9 


1,722.2 


645.5 


36.5 


46.6 


27.3 


126.0 


29.0 


80.7 


175.6 


J 


3,329.0 


1,808.4 


1,520.6 


676.5 


40.4 


37.5 


27.2 


105.9 


32.5 


101.3 


158.5 


A 


3, 354. 5 


1,908.8 


1,445.7 


679.2 


34.1 


39.9 


40.3 


118.1 


36.5 


132.5 


176.1 


S 


3, 702. 7 


1,961.1 


1,741.6 


670.5 


35.4 


56.3 


39.8 


135.7 


39.7 


128.7 


178.4 





3, 976. 7 


2,089.8 


1,887.0 


701.6 


37.3 


58.1 


41.4 


151.3 


38.2 


122.4 


185.8 


N 


3, 774. 9 


1,971.2 


1,803.7 


673.1 


37.4 


52.0 


33.5 


138.2 


34.6 


104.5 


173.1 


D 


3,503.5 


1 , 824 . 5 


1,679.1 


637.9 


52.5 


47.6 


27.0 


131.9 


27.6 


73.1 


160.2 


1969 J 


3, 409. 6 


1,788.5 


1,621.2 


592. 1 


32.4 


41.7 


31.9 


136.3 


28.2 


92.8 


153.5 


F 


3,426.0 


1,804.3 


1,621.8 


588.2 


28.8 


49.4 


36.1 


133.3 


31.1 


114.4 


179.9 


M 


3, 850. 7 


1,976.3 


1,874.4 


633.8 


48.6 


56.4 


36.9 


144.4 


33.6 


118.0 


2 02.6 


A 


3,761. 1 


1,967.1 


1,794.0 


650.4 


42.8 


53.8 


33.0 


143.3 


28.8 


103.0 


197.1 


M 


3, 944. 1 


2,040.8 


1,903.2 


701.1 


39.0 


50.9 


27.6 


145.6 


28.1 


86.8 


197.4 


J 


3, 947. 8 


2,046.9 


1,900.8 


710.6 


45.2 


55.7 


29.0 


144.8 


29.7 


89.5 


192.3 


J 


3,617.5 


1,964.0 


1,653.5 


713.3 


38.3 


45.6 


28.9 


117.0 


33.2 


105.4 


168.3 


A 


3, 506. 9 


1,996.4 


1,510.5 


711.3 


31.4 


41.1 


40.2 


126.9 


34.7 


124.8 


163.8 


S 


3. 962. 5 


2,137.4 


1,825.1 


724.0 


36.5 


62.2 


41.9 


143.8 


36.6 


130.7 


165.9 





4, 098. 5 


2,196.1 


1,902.4 


751.0 


32.3 


63.9 


41.5 


152.9 


36.0 


122.7 


153.1 


N 


3, 825. 8 


2,024.6 


1,801.2 


696.7 


37.8 


53.8 


31.3 


141.5 


32.7 


101.0 


168.6 


D 


3, 725. 1 


1,965.2 


1,759.9 


680.6 


53.1 


50.6 


26.3 


133.0 


27.5 


78.4 


166.0 


1970 J 


3,449.6 


1,853.5 


1,596.1 


622.7 


37.8 


40.9 


30.8 


127.8 


29.9 


94.5 


147.4 


F 


3, 555. 9 


1,870.1 


1,685.8 


623.8 


35.5 


47.1 


34.4 


126.3 


31.5 


112.5 


143.5 


M 


3, 832. 9 


1,996.2 


1,836.8 


669.9 


31.2 


50.7 


34.0 


136.3 


34.4 


114.6 


163.2 


A 


3,896. 1 


2,017.7 


1,878.5 


669.2 


45.4 


54.1 


30.9 


138.1 


29.9 


102.6 


177.7 


M 


3,910.4 


2,040.3 


1,870.1 


710.6 


45.3 


52.8 


28.5 


135.9 


27.9 


82.8 


153.8 


J 


4, 086. 9 


2,115.4 


1,971.5 


739.5 


61.1 


59.5 


30.1 


139.5 


30.3 


88.0 


164.6 


J 


3,569.8 


1,983.8 


1,586.0 


726.5 


37.7 


48.4 


28.8 


113.0 


32.3 


100.7 


158.5 


A 


3. 549. 7 


2,015.9 


1,533.8 


730.6 


39.2 


45.1 


38.0 


120.7 


32.9 


117.9 


151.8 


Sr 


4,014.4 


2,147.5 


1,867.0 


748.5 


47.2 


58.6 


39.2 


125.5 


35.4 


125.0 


169.2 


Op 


3.941.5 


2,159.4 


1,782.1 


749.7 


35.8 


58.0 


39.5 


131.2 


34.7 


117.4 


170.8 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 



1968 J 


3,475. 1 


1,845.2 


1,625.6 


624.3 


37.8 


45.5 


32.7 


123.6 


31.4 


107.4 


156.6 


J 


3,509.2 


1,860.9 


1,640.4 


640.6 


42.9 


41.3 


33.0 


128.0 


31.4 


106.8 


157.5 


A 


3, 542. 5 


1,859.8 


1,654.9 


647.7 


39.9 


45.6 


32.8 


126.7 


31.4 


102.9 


166.8 


S 


3,617.4 


1,885.6 


1,728.5 


650.9 


39.9 


48.4 


33.2 


132.4 


32.3 


104.1 


177.4 


O 


3,668.3 


1,925.0 


1,756.4 


648.9 


44.4 


48.2 


35.8 


135.0 


32.2 


104.2 


180.9 


N 


3, 665. 9 


1,934.1 


1,742.4 


654.6 


40.7 


49.1 


33.5 


132.7 


32.0 


106.1 


178.8 


D 


3, 600. 6 


1,913.9 


1,650.1 


656.7 


40.6 


49.2 


33.5 


135.0 


33.4 


104.0 


183.9 


1969 J 


3, 659. 3 


1,923.1 


1,747.4 


652.1 


33.7 


51.2 


33.8 


138.2 


32.8 


103.8 


178.9 


F 


3. 725. 7 


1,945.3 


1,770.8 


666.1 


30.0 


53.0 


34.2 


137.2 


32.5 


106.7 


195.0 


M 


3, 794. 8 


1,994.3 


1,822.3 


665.7 


41.0 


54.4 


34.4 


140.6 


33.6 


105.5 


194.4 


A 


3,671.3 


1,960.8 


1,727.0 


674.8 


36.7 


51.8 


34.0 


139.7 


32.4 


104.9 


191.1 


M 


3,764.2 


1,988.3 


1,775.9 


682.5 


40.8 


52.8 


31.2 


141.4 


33.5 


104.6 


181.0 


J 


3, 798. 3 


2,011.0 


1,783.2 


684.7 


44.4 


53.3 


34.4 


142.0 


32.0 


114.8 


173.4 


J 


3, 802. 2 


2,009.0 


1,783.0 


672.2 


40.1 


51.4 


34.5 


139.3 


31.7 


111.4 


164.0 


A 


3, 234. 2 


1,987.8 


1,767.7 


688.1 


38.2 


47.1 


34.2 


139.1 


30.4 


99.7 


161.5 


S 


3, 770. 6 


2,019.2 


1,759.0 


688.0 


40.8 


53.1 


33.7 


137.5 


29.8 


104.8 


157.7 





3, 786. 7 


2,029.0 


1,780.6 


695.6 


37.9 


52.8 


36.2 


138.2 


31.0 


104.2 


155.3 


N 


3, 787. 3 


2,015.4 


1,770.1 


689.9 


42.1 


51.3 


32.3 


136.6 


29.9 


104.8 


175.0 


D 


3, 738. 5 


2,025.2 


1,674.8 


690.5 


40.6 


51.2 


31.8 


133.7 


32.4 


109.0 


190.5 


1970 J 


3, 776. 8 


2,018.3 


1,757.7 


692.0 


40.9 


51.4 


32.8 


131.4 


35.3 


107.2 


168.5 


F 


3,866.6 


2,016.1 


1,841.6 


706.6 


37.2 


50.6 


32.5 


130.5 


33.0 


104.9 


155.3 


M 


3, 734. 5 


1,992.3 


1,765.2 


695.9 


25.0 


48.8 


31.3 


130.9 


34.0 


102.0 


152.2 


•A 


3,812.8 


2,003.7 


1,816.2 


696.7 


38.4 


52.2 


31.7 


134.3 


33.5 


102.8 


172.9 


M 


3, 809. 


2,030.6 


1,785.8 


703.5 


48.8 


55.0 


33.6 


134.5 


33.5 


102.5 


147.0 


J 


3, 839. 7 


2,039.2 


1,800.5 


698.9 


59.1 


56.6 


34.3 


134.0 


32.3 


111.4 


141.8 


J 


3.766.8 


2,039.6 


1,727.2 


686.3 


38.9 


54.4 


34.5 


136.4 


31.4 


105.4 


161.0 


A 


3, 855. 4 


2,021.1 


1,834.3 


710.7 


47.9 


50.9 


32.2 


132.6 


28.5 


92.6 


149.0 


Sr 


3, 783. 9 


2,023.4 


1,760.5 


708.5 


54.0 


49.9 


31.6 


118.4 


28.4 


101.7 


162.3 


Op 


3,719.3 


2,014.2 


1,705.1 


698.8 


43.2 


49.0 


34.6 


120.1 


30.6 


101.5 


170.5 



SECTION 6 
TABLE 2-Concl 



58 January, 1971 

Table 2: manufacturing shipments' by industry based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) —concluded 













metal 
















monthly 






printing, 




fabricating 
















overages 


furniture 


paper 


publishing 




(ex. machy. 




trans- 




non-metallic 


petroleum 


chemical 




or months 


and 


& allied 


& allied 


primary 


6\ transp. 




portation 


electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


& chemical 


misc. 




fixtures 


industries 


industries 


metal 


eguip.) 


machinery 


eguipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


mfgrg. 


1968 


55.0 


285.2 


114.2 


282.0 


241.6 


123.3 


460.9 


200.8 


100.4 


139.7 


202.4 


104.8 


1969 


59.3 


315.7 


122.8 


295.4 


257.1 


137.0 


512.9 


220.1 


104.3 


147.6 


215.1 


112.5 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 J 


53.6 


304.9 


118.7 


283.3 


252.5 


127.5 


511.8 


203.6 


114.2 


133.1 


205.7 


105.9 


J 


48.0 


272.2 


100.7 


268.9 


248.3 


112.6 


397.4 


170.6 


116.4 


134.4 


185.2 


94.4 


A 


55.5 


271.9 


107.7 


274.6 


247.2 


118.7 


269.9 


188.6 


115.0 


140.9 


203.3 


104.4 


S 


63.4 


275.5 


121.4 


275.9 


271.4 


125.5 


481.9 


227.7 


117.3 


133.3 


207.4 


117.5 





65.4 


314.7 


130.1 


289.5 


270.3 


121.7 


599.8 


231.6 


122.7 


151.3 


223.8 


119.8 


N 


60.6 


306.3 


120.5 


284.2 


242.7 


118.0 


593.5 


227.6 


103.9 


154.5 


199.4 


117.0 


D 


55.7 


285.4 


114.5 


258.8 


237.0 


133.5 


535.2 


216.2 


82.3 


143.5 


181.3 


102.3 


1969 J 


52.8 


280.8 


104.4 


293.7 


224.7 


116.2 


519.3 


186.1 


74.9 


153.7 


199.1 


95.1 


F 


53.1 


280.1 


108.9 


288.4 


221.3 


126. 8 


460.6 


198.8 


82.9 


134.7 


197.0 


102.2 


M 


56.9 


316.8 


125.6 


325.9 


256.0 


152.0 


550.2 


225.6 


89.0 


157.0 


209.4 


112.0 


A 


55.8 


302.8 


128.1 


322.2 


260.9 


151.2 


494.5 


215.8 


96.4 


134.5 


235.5 


111.0 


M 


59.0 


326.2 


128.4 


332.5 


271.6 


147.2 


582.8 


203.6 


109.1 


147.4 


247.2 


112.4 


J 


59.1 


324.6 


127.8 


329.7 


269.3 


157.4 


552.1 


223.3 


117.8 


137.4 


236.2 


116.3 


J 


52.4 


317.3 


112.2 


316.1 


277.9 


123.4 


406.1 


192.0 


117.3 


144.4 


204.3 


104.1 


A 


57.4 


313.1 


112.9 


248.8 


249.1 


109.8 


359.3 


203.2 


119.2 


149.4 


200.4 


110.2 


S 


69.3 


329.6 


132.7 


247.5 


273.4 


136.8 


554.8 


254.5 


122.9 


146.3 


224.2 


128.8 





69.7 


342.5 


139.7 


250.5 


290.0 


138.3 


619.0 


255.6 


126.3 


152.6 


232.2 


128.7 


N 


65.1 


327.8 


128.9 


270.2 


251.5 


134.2 


561.4 


241.9 


108.3 


150.2 


201.3 


121.5 


D 


60.8 


326.9 


123.7 


318.9 


240.0 


151.0 


494.6 


240.9 


87.9 


163.1 


194.0 


108.1 


1970 J 


55.1 


298.9 


113.1 


320.1 


233.4 


121.8 


440.2 


204.4 


73.6 


157.5 


201.7 


98.0 


F 


56.7 


305.7 


112.9 


339.3 


238.2 


150.4 


464.1 


215.7 


78.0 


137.2 


199.3 


103.8 


M 


59.9 


325.4 


128.3 


354.0 


262.4 


148.8 


542.6 


220.5 


85.3 


147.2 


210.5 


113.4 


A 


59.2 


325.7 


131.2 


353.7 


262.9 


147.5 


557.6 


228.4 


91.6 


139.1 


239.7 


111.9 


M 


56.6 


327.9 


127.0 


343.1 


257.6 


140.6 


607.1 


210.0 


101.3 


143.3 


246.9 


111.3 


J 


58.8 


331.8 


131.0 


368.8 


289.9 


152.9 


596.7 


225.5 


114.3 


149.7 


241.2 


113.7 


J 


52.6 


313.0 


115.5 


320.0 


262.0 


129.7 


345.3 


203.8 


114.1 


150.9 


211.6 


105.4 


A 


56.8 


306.2 


117.7 


313.1 


254.1 


121.1 


314.4 


206.9 


115.7 


150.3 


208.5 


108.9 


Sr 


65.7 


320.6 


137.7 


337.2 


297.8 


148.2 


468.2 


256.7 


123.9 


152.7 


236.0 


121.0 


Op 


65.2 


347.8 


139.6 


319.2 


278.0 


138.9 


437.6 


249.8 


122.7 


162.1 


225.1 


118.5 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M. CD. 



1968 J 


54.0 


297.0 


113.9 


281.0 


240.0 


115.6 


477.0 


199.5 


101.8 


141.2 


189.6 


105.1 


J 


55.9 


279.8 


112.8 


285.6 


245.3 


119.4 


483.2 


201.3 


101.4 


136.8 


202.5 


103.7 


A 


55.0 


267.1 


115.0 


285.6 


244.0 


139.4 


484.7 


204.0 


100.1 


137.2 


211.7 


105.0 


S 


56.0 


278.0 


116.6 


292.2 


259.6 


128.5 


514.8 


199.6 


100.8 


139.5 


207.4 


105.9 





56.0 


293.9 


117.2 


290.2 


243.4 


125.7 


548.7 


202.3 


102.4 


143.1 


209.3 


106.5 


N 


56.9 


299.4 


117.7 


287.7 


250.8 


128.7 


513.7 


212.6 


102.1 


147.9 


210.3 


110.6 


D 


56.9 


297.3 


116.5 


273.4 


249.4 


125.8 


489.6 


208.3 


99.7 


133.2 


204.4 


109.8 


1969 J 


58.0 


299.8 


116.3 


295.2 


250.9 


132.3 


509.6 


206.4 


101.9 


145.6 


211.3 


107.5 


F 


57.8 


304.5 


120.9 


294.5 


257.5 


132.9 


509.4 


215.5 


111.1 


143.7 


212.9 


110.2 


M 


57.9 


322.0 


120.6 


303.8 


258.7 


134.6 


521.8 


217.3 


105.3 


161.2 


212.1 


109.9 


A 


57.9 


297.6 


120.2 


301.7 


258.1 


136.1 


445.1 


216.5 


103.4 


144.1 


214.8 


110.5 


M 


59.2 


307.2 


122.1 


306.8 


261.4 


134.5 


517.2 


217.0 


101.0 


146.8 


212.0 


111.2 


J 


58.8 


313.7 


123.5 


324.7 


256.1 


141.4 


504.1 


219.7 


102.0 


145.1 


215.9 


114.3 


J 


60.1 


323.1 


124.3 


333.4 


268.2 


129.8 


510.5 


225.9 


102.0 


146.0 


220.5 


113.8 


A 


59.5 


318.2 


121.9 


268.0 


255.6 


133.4 


634.4 


220.3 


105.4 


150.2 


215.9 


113.2 


S 


59.6 


322.3 


125.0 


256.8 


253.8 


137.2 


563.5 


221.5 


104.4 


148.8 


218.3 


114.0 





60.8 


322.4 


127.4 


250.9 


267.2 


145.3 


550.8 


225.9 


104.9 


145.0 


218.7 


116.3 


N 


61.4 


327.0 


126.2 


280.8 


261.5 


145.2 


512.1 


224.6 


107.9 


147.9 


215.7 


115.1 


D 


60.3 


332.8 


123.7 


327.0 


245.9 


142.4 


419.7 


226.2 


104.6 


148.7 


213.9 


113.6 


1970 J 


61.2 


322.6 


127.4 


326.6 


264.8 


137.7 


464.4 


231.4 


103.6 


148.9 


216.0 


112.7 


F 


61.8 


332.1 


125.1 


344.9 


264.4 


157.3 


518.3 


233.8 


104.4 


146.4 


215.7 


111.8 


M 


60.6 


324.8 


122.3 


327.1 


260.4 


131.0 


507.8 


211.4 


98.6 


148.8 


211.7 


109.9 


A 


60.5 


320.3 


124.1 


327.1 


258.4 


130.7 


524.2 


230.1 


97.4 


148.9 


216.8 


111.8 


M 


59.3 


318.6 


122.1 


328.0 


257.7 


133.0 


532.3 


226.0 


95.6 


147.5 


218.7 


111.8 


J 


57.1 


310.7 


124.3 


355.3 


267.8 


135.2 


525.0 


220.1 


98.2 


153.3 


215.0 


109.3 


J 


61.5 


322.0 


129.9 


338.3 


258.5 


140.2 


426.1 


242.8 


98.8 


153.1 


230.3 


117.0 


A 


57.5 


311.9 


127.6 


337.0 


258.6 


144.1 


563.5 


222.0 


102.6 


152.0 


223.1 


111.1 


Sr 


56.5 


312.5 


127.0 


347.5 


272.3 


150.4 


448.3 


218.5 


104.7 


156.1 


229.3 


106.0 


Op 


57.6 


330.4 


128.6 


324.7 


261.2 


144.5 


415.7 


225.4 


105.5 


154.7 


213.7 


109.0 



'Monthly shipments represent an estimated projection of the latest available Census of Manufacturer's values except for those industries whose long term 
contracts result in large intermittent shipments; for these a monthly estimate of work put in place has been estimated. Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders In 
Manufacturing Industries (31-001), D.B.S. 



January, 1971 










59 










SECTION 6 
























TABLE 3 




Table 3: 


manufacturing inventories 


1 by industry 


based on 


the 1960 standard Industrie 


1 classif 


cation (million 


dollars) 




end of year 


total 
inventories 


non- 




foods and 


tobacco 








knitting 






or month 


owned 


durables 


durables 


beverages 


products 


rubber 


leather 


textile 


mills 


clothing 


wood 


1968 


7, 230. 2 


3,680.8 


3,549.4 


1,064.2 


195.1 


137.3 


80.0 


318.5 


79.0 


236.8 


313.3 


1969 


7. 788. 1 


3,893.6 


3,894.5 


1,125.9 


202.2 


137.6 


81.0 


357.0 


87.0 


236.2 


365.8 












unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 










1968 J 


6, 880. 


3,520.3 


3,367.7 


929.9 


224.9 


134.7 


82.8 


323.5 


79.8 


238.4 


270.1 


J 


6,858.8 


3,545.3 


3,313.6 


941.4 


207.9 


130.0 


81.8 


323.8 


77.6 


234.9 


284.2 


A 


6,969.0 


3,569.4 


3,399.6 


966.6 


194.2 


124.5 


80.6 


326.9 


78.2 


230.5 


276.0 


S 


7, 049. 7 


3,601.9 


3,447.8 


1,000.8 


184.5 


123.3 


77.5 


323.6 


76.1 


226.7 


294.5 





7, 067. 3 


3,611.4 


3,455.9 


1,030.7 


172.5 


121.5 


75.0 


318.5 


76.0 


229.4 


302.0 


N 


7,086.9 


3,603.5 


3,483.4 


1,045.0 


180.3 


120.4 


75.9 


315.5 


76.5 


229.5 


310.6 


D 


7, 230. 2 


3,680.8 


3,549.4 


1,064.2 


195.1 


131.3 


80.0 


318.5 


79.0 


236.8 


313.3 


1969 J 


7, 269. 9 


3,699.8 


3,571.0 


1,042.2 


215.5 


130.4 


83.9 


329.0 


81.2 


240.6 


322.4 


F 


7, 367. 3 


3,741.4 


3,625.9 


1,028.7 


245.8 


136.3 


84.1 


333.7 


83.4 


233.9 


323.5 


M 


7,427.0 


3,749.6 


3,671.4 


1,014.7 


246.4 


141.2 


83.5 


342.3 


85.1 


228.6 


324.2 


A 


7, 406. 8 


3,708.9 


3,698.0 


1,003.1 


253.8 


141.4 


83.6 


344.9 


87.6 


227.3 


322.2 


M 


7, 445. 7 


3,682.4 


3,763.3 


994.3 


243.1 


142.6 


87.0 


350.2 


90.8 


236.2 


330.5 


J 


7,429.8 


3,690.1 


3,739.8 


996.0 


225.4 


142.6 


88.3 


349.3 


93.1 


239.2 


334.0 


J 


7, 438. 9 


3,722.7 


3,716.2 


999.9 


216.0 


143.1 


85.9 


352.9 


90.2 


240.1 


327.7 


A 


7,5/0.9 


3,744.1 


3,766.8 


1,011.8 


201.1 


139.6 


83.0 


358.5 


89.3 


234.2 


338.6 


S 


7,535.7 


3,782.6 


3,753.0 


1,062.0 


192.0 


135.1 


79.8 


348.2 


87.4 


•229.6 


346.4 





7,677.0 


3,829.5 


3,787.5 


1,109.4 


188.4 


131.3 


78.2 


350.7 


87.3 


231.9 


371.4 


N 


7, 682. 1 


3,858.6 


3,823.5 


1,124.3 


193.1 


130.4 


79.6 


352.4 


87.6 


232.2 


357.6 


D 


7. 788. 7 


3,893.6 


3,894.5 


1,125.9 


202.2 


137.6 


81.0 


357.0 


87.0 


236.2 


365.8 


1970 J 


7,862.9 


3,885.6 


3,977.3 


1,084.6 


223.8 


142.3 


84.0 


339.4 


86.5 


242.0 


378.6 


F 


7, 966. 


3,922.9 


4,043.1 


1,062.9 


239.1 


147.3 


82.8 


343.0 


90.2 


243.6 


399.5 


M 


7, 972. 5 


3,918.9 


4,053.6 


1,040.9 


268.7 


151.2 


80.9 


340.5 


85.1 


237.7 


393.0 


A 


7, 943. 7 


3,897.5 


4,045.6 


1,043.4 


264.2 


148.1 


82.2 


344.4 


86.1 


240.1 


368.3 


M 


7,925.4 


3,871.3 


4,054.2 


1,046.2 


255.9 


147.2 


83.7 


344.1 


87.2 


245.8 


345.4 


J 


7, 849. 7 


3,849.4 


3,999.7 


1,032.6 


234.2 


144.9 


84.6 


335.9 


87.2 


250.5 


331.1 


J 


7,876.7 


3,864.8 


3,951.9 


1,038.2 


228.1 


143.4 


81.5 


333.4 


87.9 


247.0 


329.9 


A 


7, 936. 7 


3,924.8 


4,012.0 


1,086.7 


228.2 


139.1 


79.3 


335.1 


85.3 


238.8 


334.5 


Sr 


7,897.8 


3,915.9 


3,981.9 


1,126.8 


194.1 


134.2 


76.6 


332.3 


83.5 


232.8 


331.6 


Op 


7,888.6 


3,931.3 


3,957.2 


1,156.5 


187.3 


131.9 


74.9 


329.3 


82.2 


230.1 


337.4 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 



1968 J 


6, 943. 


3,573.0 


3,370.0 


980.1 


213.6 


131.2 


78.6 


321.7 


74.8 


231.0 


272.0 


J 


6, 969. 9 


3,578.5 


3,391.4 


985.9 


208.8 


127.9 


79.2 


321.2 


75.5 


230.4 


289.0 


A 


7, 007. 9 


3,588.7 


3,419.2 


980.4 


206.3 


124.8 


80.5 


326.9 


77.3 


236.8 


279.3 


S 


7, 069. 8 


3,609.8 


3,460.0 


975.6 


207.3 


128.2 


80.2 


324.6 


78.1 


237.1 


300.1 





7, 708.6 


3,615.4 


3,492.7 


986.5 


202.0 


129.5 


79.5 


324.4 


79.6 


237.5 


308.6 


N 


7, 727.7 


3,598.9 


3,522.2 


985.4 


205.9 


129.8 


79.1 


323.0 


81.0 


238.3 


323.5 


D 


7,206.5 


3,642.3 


3,564.2 


1,006.7 


211.3 


132.3 


80.9 


322.2 


82.8 


237.4 


314.5 


1969 J 


7,269.7 


3,655.8 


3,553.9 


1,011.3 


214.3 


131.7 


82.4 


230.0 


83.0 


234.4 


312.2 


F 


7.324.4 


3,722.8 


3,601.6 


1,032.7 


232.2 


133.3 


83.8 


334.5 


84.4 


229.1 


312.7 


M 


7, 349. 5 


3,722.7 


3,626.8 


1,047.8 


213.5 


134.7 


83.6 


340.6 


84.4 


228.7 


315.4 


A 


7,367.4 


3,707.5 


3,659.9 


1,039.4 


221.5 


136.5 


84.0 


340.5 


85.3 


226.4 


318.7 


M 


7, 462. 7 


3,732.6 


3,729.5 


1,047.9 


220.2 


137.6 


83.9 


344.1 


86.3 


231.8 


331.9 


J 


7,473.0 


3,736.3 


3,736.7 


1,047.0 


213.6 


138.9 


83.6 


345.6 


87.2 


230.5 


336.2 


J 


7, 584. 7 


3,760.3 


3,824.4 


1,046.9 


217.6 


140.8 


83.4 


351.3 


87.9 


235.1 


330.2 


A 


7, 526. 8 


3,750.4 


3,776.4 


1,018.9 


215.7 


140.2 


83.1 


357.7 


87.9 


238.8 


340.6 


S 


7,589.3 


3,800.1 


3,789.2 


1,046.8 


214.9 


140.8 


82.8 


350.9 


89.6 


239.6 


355.8 





7,650.4 


3,832.1 


3,818.3 


1,059.6 


221.6 


139.5 


82.9 


355.1 


91.1 


239.8 


379.9 


N 


7,770.9 


3,853.7 


3,857.2 


1,058.1 


221.5 


141.1 


83.1 


360.8 


93.0 


240.2 


369.0 


D 


7,768.5 


3,855.1 


3,913.4 


1,064.8 


219.2 


138.8 


81.9 


362.0 


91.4 


238.7 


371.7 


1970 J 


7, 836. 7 


3,856.3 


3,979.8 


1,061.6 


227.7 


144.0 


82.2 


342.2 


89.0 


236.5 


367.4 


F 


7, 928. 9 


3,907.7 


4,021.2 


1,067.4 


225.7 


143.7 


82.6 


344.2 


91.5 


239.3 


386.6 


M 


7.892.4 


3,879.9 


4,012.5 


1,071.9 


232.0 


144.1 


81.6 


338.4 


84.1 


235.7 


379.4 


A 


7, 898. 


3,906.9 


3,991.1 


1,080.9 


231.0 


142.9 


82.1 


339.0 


84.0 


241.1 


364.4 


M 


7, 905. 6 


3,914.7 


3,990.9 


1,092.1 


233.6 


141.9 


81.0 


337.2 


82.5 


239.8 


346.5 


J 


7. 908. 7 


3,906.4 


4,002.3 


1,088.1 


221.9 


140.8 


80.4 


333.9 


81.6 


242.0 


334.7 


J 


7. 945. 7 


3,902.7 


4,043.0 


1,085.6 


230.1 


141.0 


78.9 


331.3 


85.5 


242.0 


333.8 


A 


7. 966. 7 


3,937.7 


4,028.4 


1,097.9 


245.5 


140.3 


79.4 


334.3 


84.2 


243.7 


337.1 


Sr 


7, 950. 9 


3,930.8 


4, 020. 1 


1,106.4 


217.7 


140.2 


79.6 


334.8 


85.7 


243.6 


339.7 


Op 


7, 927. 


3,935.8 


3,991.2 


1,108.3 


221.4 


141.0 


79.3 


334.1 


86.1 


237.4 


345.3 



SECTION 6 












60 










J 


anuary, 1971 


TABLE 3-Concl. 


























Table 3: mam 


facturinq inventories' by 


industry based on the 1960 standard industrial class 


fication (mill 


ion dollars 


) — conclu 


ded 


end 


of year 






printinq. 




metal 
fabricatinq 
















or 


Tionth 


furniture 


paper 


publishing 




(ex. machy. 




trans- 




non-metallic 


petroleum 


chemical 








and 


& allied 


& allied 


primary 


& transp. 




portation 


electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


& chemica 


misc. 






fixtures 


industries 


industries 


metal 


equip.) 


machinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


mfqrq. 


1968 




117.6 


520.2 


98.7 


646.6 


615.1 


544.7 


429.8 


768.4 


554.9 


267.4 


431.9 


257.6 


1969 




129.6 


546.5 


111.3 


708.0 


662.4 
unadjusted f 


575.3 

ar seasonal 


475.1 

variation 


809.9 


642.8 


273.3 


459.4 


276.1 


1968 


J 


116.5 


459.8 


109.1 


569.3 


639.4 


553.0 


419.7 


652.0 


610.5 


257.0 


426.5 


253.9 




J 


115.8 


493.0 


110.0 


565.6 


635.8 


543.5 


420.6 


615.9 


594.4 


264.9 


426.8 


253.1 




A 


115.2 


519.1 


106.5 


584.2 


637.3 


543.1 


415.2 


713.7 


581.5 


267.8 


422.7 


251.8 




S 


114.2 


540.8 


106.7 


595.4 


631.3 


543.5 


415.5 


741.3 


572.1 


269.8 


419.2 


252.9 







113.0 


548.2 


98.1 


613.1 


610.9 


540.7 


417.4 


733.2 


565.2 


269.7 


415.6 


256.1 




N 


115.7 


529.4 


99.9 


627.5 


614.0 


542.4 


421.0 


735.1 


559.8 


260.5 


417.9 


252.6 




D 


117.6 


520.2 


98.7 


646.6 


615.1 


544.7 


429.8 


768.4 


554.9 


267.4 


431.9 


257.6 


1969 


J 


116.2 


505.8 


102.7 


634.8 


621.5 


544.4 


426.2 


782.0 


564.4 


263.8 


438.6 


266.1 




F 


117.6 


503.2 


108.4 


632.0 


649.1 


565.4 


436.4 


791.6 


579.4 


269.3 


440.9 


273.6 




M 


120.5 


493.6 


108.5 


625.1 


670.2 


581.0 


440.2 


797.1 


598.2 


280.3 


446.9 


278.5 




A 


121.5 


467.8 


106.0 


627.0 


691.9 


595.0 


441.8 


801.7 


603.4 


266.1 


445.8 


281.4 




M 


122.9 


454.5 


109.1 


645.7 


704.7 


602.3 


445.3 


800.2 


627.6 


252.6 


437.1 


284.7 




J 


120.4 


467.9 


110.4 


649.4 


707.7 


605.4 


430.3 


768.6 


644.9 


262.9 


431.5 


283.5 




J 


119.9 


492.1 


113.0 


645.0 


710.0 


600.9 


430.8 


758.4 


645.9 


272.4 


433.9 


283.2 




A 


122.1 


524.3 


112.6 


642.0 


688.9 


582.8 


434.8 


815.7 


644.5 


275.0 


435.8 


278.9 




S 


122.6 


540.7 


111.8 


632.5 


667.4 


565.2 


449.0 


811.9 


639.7 


286.5 


432.7 


276.8 







123.0 


562.3 


107.4 


637.9 


644.3 


556.0 


451.8 


823.3 


639.6 


275.6 


432.7 


274.2 




N 


125.1 


557.5 


109.2 


673.6 


650.8 


557.2 


454.9 


839.7 


632.9 


280.6 


437.3 


274.5 




D 


129.6 


546.5 


111.3 


708.0 


662.4 


575.3 


475.1 


809.9 


642.8 


273.3 


459.4 


276.1 


1970 


J 


130.4 


545.8 


111.6 


702.4 


680.7 


580.2 


494.9 


824.2 


671.9 


281.4 


465.9 


278.5 




F 


133.2 


545.3 


113.7 


703.8 


701.7 


594.5 


506.5 


820.4 


687.5 


290.3 


483.5 


281.0 




M 


131.9 


544.6 


115.9 


693.2 


737.8 


629.5 


503.2 


797.0 


702.5 


278.8 


493.6 


281.2 




A 


128.6 


522.6 


117.7 


709.6 


731.9 


621.6 


511.3 


784.0 


716.6 


276.2 


486.2 


286.5 




M 


126.8 


503.7 


121.9 


728.7 


751.8 


638.3 


504.9 


770.6 


734.1 


275.0 


476.7 


283.8 




J 


125.0 


510.6 


124.4 


727.5 


636.3 


499.6 


751.9 


724.1 


204.2 


284.8 


470.0 


289.7 




J 


124.5 


537.4 


124.7 


743.5 


627.4 


496.6 


727.1 


702.2 


201.8 


278.2 


477.2 


287.7 




A 


124.8 


563.0 


122.8 


738.1 


615.1 


504.6 


798.3 


693.8 


202.7 


285.1 


474.8 


286.4 




Sr 


123.8 


573.9 


120.9 


740.1 


610.9 


494.4 


798.4 


682.5 


201.4 


293.1 


462.4 


285.2 




Op 


122.7 


588.2 


115.0 


750.8 


592.0 


490.4 


796.5 


669.9 


199.5 


288.8 


462.3 


284.8 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
1 1 2 



1968 J 


114.9 


494.8 


105.8 


577.5 


538.0 


423.7 


678.8 


589.7 


175.4 


257.6 


434.0 


249.8 


J 


115.3 


502.0 


106.2 


568.2 


534.6 


429.7 


698.8 


580.7 


175.1 


258.0 


432.1 


251.3 


A 


116.0 


509.9 


103.9 


586.8 


543.0 


423.5 


721.6 


572.8 


176.2 


257.3 


431.1 


253.5 


S 


116.3 


524.4 


105.6 


595.4 


549.1 


421.4 


723.9 


576.3 


177.5 


259.5 


431.2 


258.0 





116.9 


514.9 


100.0 


601.2 


560.7 


421.9 


725.8 


578.0 


179.6 


268.8 


430.8 


262.4 


N 


117.2 


502.3 


102.0 


611.7 


568.6 


425.3 


716.0 


581.2 


178.7 


262.1 


429.2 


260.8 


D 


118.0 


504.2 


100.2 


622.3 


564.5 


428.9 


759.2 


578.5 


178.3 


272.2 


430.2 


261.9 


1969 J 


117.6 


495.9 


106.1 


626.3 


554.0 


424.0 


761.9 


580.3 


177.6 


271.3 


428.7 


266.7 


F 


117.6 


501.2 


112.5 


637.6 


567. 1 


430.4 


773.0 


586.4 


176.8 


277.7 


430.2 


271.2 


M 


117.8 


496.4 


108.2 


643.1 


569.0 


431.5 


798.1 


593.2 


178.7 


281.9 


428.8 


274.1 


A 


118.3 


490.4 


107.1 


648.3 


576.1 


434.3 


794.4 


591.2 


178.6 


269.3 


431.4 


275.7 


M 


122.2 


501.2 


107.0 


656.4 


592.6 


437.0 


799.6 


605.0 


184.8 


257.4 


436.5 


278.7 


J 


118.5 


503.6 


106.6 


658.4 


585.5 


432.9 


798.5 


622.0 


184.7 


263.6 


437.1 


279.0 


J 


120.4 


501.2 


108.5 


650.0 


594.8 


442.5 


865.3 


631.4 


189.8 


265.7 


441.3 


280.6 


A 


122.3 


512.6 


109.5 


642.1 


579.6 


447.4 


816.1 


637.1 


191.2 


262.2 


443.3 


280.5 


S 


124.5 


519.2 


110.8 


636.2 


574.2 


455.5 


804.2 


645.5 


193.3 


275.5 


446.0 


283.2 





126.8 


528.6 


109.7 


621.4 


573.4 


454.8 


806.3 


654.6 


201.1 


275.1 


448. 1 


281.0 


N 


127.4 


529.2 


111.5 


652.1 


582.2 


461.6 


817.4 


656.7 


190.8 


282.5 


450.3 


282.4 


D 


129.5 


528.6 


113.6 


680.9 


595.0 


470.9 


798.5 


672.9 


194.0 


279.4 


456.0 


280.7 


1970 J 


132.2 


536.6 


115.7 


694.7 


592.8 


492.8 


814.3 


691.0 


194.6 


287.8 


458.1 


279.9 


F 


133.3 


544.7 


118.1 


710.2 


596.2 


499.3 


804.1 


695.5 


196.0 


299.8 


472.0 


278.7 


M 


128.8 


546.7 


115.2 


716.2 


615.9 


496.4 


782.4 


696.4 


197.0 


280.2 


473.2 


276.8 


A 


126.2 


553.8 


118.9 


731.3 


601.6 


498.6 


771.5 


698.1 


199.4 


281.5 


471.6 


280.1 


M 


125.5 


556.1 


118.9 


737.5 


614.1 


497.7 


761.5 


707.9 


200.2 


278.9 


474.9 


277.8 


J 


123.2 


549.0 


120.3 


742.0 


618.7 


503.2 


780.8 


698.2 


201.5 


286.4 


476.7 


285.3 


J 


124.5 


548.0 


119.5 


746.8 


620.8 


508.8 


820.2 


685.7 


202.4 


270.1 


485.2 


285.5 


A 


125.1 


549.1 


119.9 


741.8 


613.6 


516.6 


802.0 


684.6 


207.6 


273.4 


482.2 


287.8 


Sr 


126.2 


552.2 


119.9 


745.3 


622.9 


502.4 


784.9 


690.6 


208.1 


282.5 


476.8 


291.4 


Op 


126.4 


551.6 


117.9 


734.2 


607.9 


495.6 


786.5 


687.0 


208.3 


286.7 


479.6 


292.4 



'Total inventories owned by manufacturers includinq warehouse stocks. 



D.B.S. 



Source: Inventories. Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), 



January, 1971 



61 



SECTION 6 
TABLE 4 



Table 4: estimated value of shipments and unfilled orders in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, based on the 1960 

standard industrial classification (million dollars) 











shipments 








unfilled orders at end of month 




















. 


months 








con- 






supplemen- 


con- other inter- 


tary clas- 


or monthly 








struction 


other inter- 




tary clas- 


struction mediate 


sification: 


averages 


consumer 


goods 


machinery 
and equip- 


materials 
and 


mediate 
goods and 


export- 
based 


sification: consumer goods 


machinery materials goods export- 
and eguip-and com- and based 


auto- 
motive 












non-durable 


durable 


ment 


components 


supplies 


industries 


products non-durable durable 


ments ponents supplies industries 


products 


1968 


959.2 


394.0 


341.8 


332.2 


1,009.4 


463.2 


537.5 138.1 81.7 


2,053.4 659.1 797.5 212.7 


186.0 


1969 


1,007.8 


449.6 


359.1 


354.3 


1,076.6 


508.9 


602.5 137.6 99.1 


2,215.2 805.9 902.2 233.7 


200.6 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 



1969 



1970 



J 


922.4 


423.3 


364.7 


364.5 


1,026.1 


481. 1 


570.9 


146.1 


79.5 


2,117.9 


660.4 


731.1 


203.9 


158.6 


J 


964.2 


347.6 


299.2 


347.6 


931.2 


439.3 


474.7 


143.8 


86.5 


2,129.8 


644.8 


729.7 


192.4 


154.2 


A 


1,021.8 


248.6 


326.2 


351.0 


948.9 


458.1 


338.3 


138.3 


94.5 


2,131.3 


646.7 


757.2 


193.6 


181.3 


S 


1,019.2 


437.6 


355.3 


363.3 


1,061.5 


465.8 


559.9 


123.2 


92.3 


2,119.8 


630.2 


760.8 


214.5 


184.2 





1,068.3 


540.5 


351.1 


373.4 


1,132.2 


511.2 


696.2 


122.5 


91.6 


2,125.2 


639.0 


777.5 


182.9 


174.8 


N 


996.4 


524. 1 


354.3 


333.3 


1,069.3 


497.6 


676.5 


136.0 


91.0 


2,095.0 


669.6 


790.9 


200.4 


180.8 


D 


919.3 


440. 1 


392.8 


300.8 


985.0 


465.7 


586.0 


138.1 


81.7 


2,053.4 


659.1 


797.5 


212.7 


186.0 


J 


917.7 


429.8 


306.3 


283.8 


1,025.4 


446.5 


628.3 


135.5 


94.0 


2,084.5 


658.5 


847.4 


246.1 


199.8 


F 


922.1 


386.6 


326.8 


305.6 


1 , 004 . 9 


480.0 


547.8 


132.3 


96.0 


2,136.2 


682.6 


868.6 


227.1 


198.5 


M 


991.5 


472.6 


388.0 


341.7 


1,123.3 


533.7 


648.0 


127.8 


95.9 


2,119.9 


678.7 


885.3 


238.6 


191.8 


A 


973.3 


421.0 


357.7 


359.9 


1 , 1 32 . 4 


516.7 


589.4 


134.2 


98.2 


2,114.2 


688.7 


870.8 


228.5 


186.9 


M 


1,000.1 


491.2 


364.6 


373.1 


1,169.8 


545.3 


669.4 


155.7 


97.4 


2,136.2 


686.5 


856.9 


210.7 


142.4 


J 


1,007.0 


482.0 


373.4 


374.3 


1,161.3 


549.8 


631.6 


156.1 


95.5 


2,150.0 


682.5 


850.9 


223.3 


139.2 


J 


1,029.8 


363.6 


320.3 


380.1 


1 , 024 . 9 


498.9 


491.0 


143.0 


95.5 


2,207.5 


686.9 


859.3 


205.8 


174.4 


A 


1,051.5 


332.3 


317.6 


358.5 


964.2 


482.8 


449.9 


134.0 


98.6 


2,206.2 


697.6 


869.2 


211.1 


190.3 


S 


1,088.0 


522.2 


373.7 


379.5 


1,093.2 


505.8 


656.9 


118.1 


103.7 


2,218.3 


747.2 


851.7 


242.4 


201.5 





1,103.2 


564.1 


379.9 


401.4 


1,132.0 


517.9 


704.5 


114.7 


108.4 


2,157.8 


741.1 


862.5 


237.3 


191.9 


N 


1,019.9 


505.8 


387.0 


339.9 


1,069.3 


504.0 


639.8 


121.4 


106.0 


2,219.7 


749.0 


874.2 


215.9 


205.7 


D 


990.0 


424.5 


413.6 


354.0 


1,018.1 


524.9 


572.9 


137.6 


99.1 


2,215.2 


805.9 


902.2 


233.7 


200.6 


J 


960.3 


384.0 


329.4 


295.1 


1,012.3 


468.5 


553.0 


135.4 


96.0 


2,285.6 


836.6 


915.3 


248.5 


202.4 


F 


964.1 


407.8 


361.4 


316.1 


1,021.6 


484.9 


560.9 


135.9 


93.8 


2,223.4 


840.2 


928.9 


226.0 


205.2 


M 


1,019.5 


468.4 


374.4 


346.5 


1,097.8 


526.3 


643.1 


130.0 


88.6 


2,191.3 


870.2 


906.6 


274.3 


201.5 


A 


999.9 


480. 1 


381.2 


361.2 


1,140.5 


533.3 


650.2 


151.2 


86.9 


2,153.2 


879.4 


891.8 


245.4 


184.9 


M 


1,006.6 


511.8 


362.3 


360.9 


1, 155.5 


513.1 


703.5 


159.0 


87.3 


2,124.3 


915.6 


851.8 


227.6 


157.6 


J 


1,060.5 


509.9 


386.7 


402.4 


1,186.3 


541.1 


681.3 


159.0 


87.6 


2,105.5 


927.9 


831.8 


229.6 


142.8 


J 


1,038.3 


330.2 


330.6 


381.8 


991.2 


497.7 


443.5 


158.2 


96.9 


2,066.9 


990.8 


860.4 


200.0 


183.6 


A 


1,065.9 


294.1 


331.8 


368.5 


1,013.7 


475.7 


396.6 


142.5 


100.4 


2,165.2 


959.8 


893.6 


158.4 


211.0 


Sr 


1,119.4 


448.5 


384.0 


423.2 


1,135.6 


503.8 


564.3 


120.2 


97.1 


2,187.7 


919.8 


803.6 


215.0 


168.9 


Op 


1 , 1 04 . 1 


425.4 


366.5 


408.9 


1,093.8 


542.9 


531.0 


126.4 


103.8 


2,158.0 


887.7 


797.3 


223.2 


168.9 



M.C.D. 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 J 


941.9 


401.3 


342.9 


336.9 


979.2 


453.9 


548.6 


122.7 


83.0 


2,126.1 


658.0 


759.4 


200.0 


209.6 


J 


953.9 


426.4 


340.2 


330.0 


1,014.8 


447.2 


557.4 


126.7 


87.4 


2,121.0 


647.2 


740.2 


198.5 


179.3 


A 


961.1 


396.1 


349.0 


332.4 


1,018.5 


457.9 


544.1 


134.0 


92.6 


2,108.2 


650.8 


752.5 


206.9 


170.1 


S 


969.3 


428.1 


342.8 


339.3 


1 , 054 . 8 


475.4 


582.1 


137.9 


94.3 


2,120.7 


646.8 


765.6 


219.2 


171.9 


O 


983.6 


447.9 


342.7 


333.4 


1,061.3 


490.9 


643.8 


145.0 


89.7 


2,157.4 


651.8 


784.1 


200.7 


165.0 


N 


983.9 


446.8 


346.0 


346.1 


1,057.8 


494.5 


604.2 


146.0 


90.5 


2,107.8 


685.6 


804.2 


218.6 


169.0 


D 


972.9 


429.5 


345.8 


333.9 


1,053.0 


487.1 


542.9 


142.1 


87.0 


2, 096.4 


669.0 


805.7 


209.4 


175.4 


1969 J 


979.3 


445.9 


349.1 


341.9 


1,058.3 


489.7 


600.5 


133.9 


93.2 


2,089.8 


653.2 


828.8 


227.1 


186.1 


F 


988.5 


435.3 


361.3 


355.2 


1,066.4 


513.0 


590.4 


138.4 


93.5 


2,128.7 


682.5 


843.8 


224.4 


183.8 


M 


995.7 


464.6 


357.1 


351.6 


1 , 1 06 . 7 


514.0 


615.5 


140.2 


92.9 


2,092.7 


664.0 


855.8 


214.0 


181.4 


A 


995.8 


392.2 


355.7 


355.2 


1,077.6 


508.7 


550.6 


138.5 


97.7 


2,117.3 


673.0 


865.3 


218.0 


187.2 


M 


1,006.3 


451.3 


356.8 


349.4 


1 , 081 . 7 


511.6 


608.1 


135.5 


96.8 


2,115.9 


669.0 


866.5 


215.7 


173.9 


J 


1,020.4 


459.0 


355.0 


343.4 


1,093.7 


513.6 


589.6 


130.1 


100.6 


2,154.8 


675.3 


878.9 


220.8 


177.7 


J 


1,012.9 


442.6 


360.3 


357.6 


1,106.7 


508.7 


596.3 


127.4 


96.9 


2,200.3 


696.3 


873.8 


211.6 


202.7 


A 


1,010.6 


524.9 


344.4 


351.3 


1,066.3 


501.1 


713.5 


129.9 


97.4 


2,195.6 


705.9 


872.0 


226.1 


179.0 


S 


1,015.3 


4 85.1 


360.0 


346.4 


1,061.5 


504.5 


663.1 


132.4 


104.8 


2,220.1 


760.8 


856.6 


242.1 


186.1 


O 


1,019.4 


470.6 


374.5 


363.8 


1,067.8 


499.5 


637.6 


133.8 


105.4 


2,185.7 


753.5 


871.4 


261.3 


180.9 


N 


1,023.6 


440.9 


373.1 


356.2 


1,072.4 


509.1 


593.4 


131.6 


105.5 


2,233.6 


776.0 


892.2 


236.4 


195.9 


D 


1,031.4 


398.1 


359.9 


383.0 


1,058.7 


538.4 


498.0 


144.2 


103.7 


2,254.4 


809.4 


906.4 


231.8 


192.2 


1970 J 


1,032.6 


419.5 


376.0 


361.7 


1,069.1 


512.7 


564.8 


132.4 


94.3 


2,283.8 


831.0 


894.5 


229.5 


187.7 


F 


1,033.4 


463.0 


399.3 


366.4 


1 , 084 . 4 


516.9 


609.2 


142.7 


91.8 


2,214.1 


840.2 


901.2 


223.4 


190.7 


M 


1,013.0 


445.2 


347.3 


352.6 


1,068.4 


506.5 


602.8 


141.6 


88.0 


2,178.4 


848.2 


881.2 


240.0 


188.3 


A 


1,020.7 


466.6 


375.0 


351.5 


1,076.8 


518.5 


625.6 


155.8 


86.1 


2,144.8 


865.7 


879.2 


238.0 


184.8 


M 


1,035.2 


467.8 


360.4 


350.2 


1,099.6 


500.0 


632.2 


138.2 


88.1 


2,120.6 


897.1 


868.9 


235.2 


193.2 


J 


1,054.8 


465.4 


367.0 


361.5 


1,092.8 


494.2 


623.4 


133.8 


92.1 


2,118.0 


916.9 


858.4 


225.6 


182.3 


J 


1,023.9 


407.6 


377.3 


364.6 


1,078.0 


511.2 


529.1 


138.9 


98.2 


2, 054.31 


,003.4 


875.9 


208.5 


211.4 


A 


1,024.9 


476.3 


355.5 


355.7 


1,115.4 


486.0 


631.3 


139.7 


98.6 


2, 148.4 


967.9 


890.3 


169.3 


197.3 


Sr 


1 , 044 . 5 


391.4 


364.6 


384.7 


1,090.0 


509.7 


545.1 


135.9 


97.6 


2,191.4 


944.3 


810.8 


215.0 


158.3 


Op 


1,028.4 


370.5 


362.2 


376.8 


1,059.0 


521.5 


510.8 


146.4 


100.7 


2,184.8 


904.1 


807.0 


246.9 


159.6 



Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), D. B. S. 



SECTION 
TABLE 5 



62 



January, 1971 



Table 5: estimated value of inventories owned and raw materials in manufacturinq industries, by economic use classification 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 















led 










inventories 


held: raw 


materials 














inveniuries ow 














other 


































supplemen- 


enc 


of 








con- 






supplemen- 








con- 


inter- 




tary clas- 


period 








struction 


other inter- 




tary clas- 








struction 


mediate 




sification: 






consumer 


goods 


machinery 
and equip- 


materials 
and 


mediate 
goods and 


export- 
based 


sification: 


consumer 


goods 


machinery 
and equip- 


materials 
and com- 


goods 
and 


export- 
based 


auto- 










automotive 






motive 






non-durable 


durable 


ment 


components 


supplies 


industries 


products 


non-durable 


durable 


ments 


ponents 


supplies 


industrie 


; products 


1968 




1,591.1 


646.0 


1,055.7 


734.5 


2,075.4 


1,127.9 


825.7 


659.5 


199.4 


396.1 


318.0 


978.1 


543.1 


236.8 


1969 




1,661.5 


700.7 


1,157.1 


779.7 


2,259.9 


1,230.9 


859.0 


706.6 


229.1 


413.7 


337.2 1 


,055.5 


592.2 


253.9 
















unad 


usted for seasonal variation 












1968 


J 


1,559.0 


613.7 


1,050.4 


719.8 


1 , 992 . 8 


953.0 


719.1 


643.7 


193.8 


387.5 


296.8 


889.6 


419.4 


204.0 




J 


1,541.3 


564.3 


1,048.8 


708.2 


1 , 974 . 8 


1 , 021 . 9 


692.7 


639.6 


192.6 


393.7 


295.3 


896.0 


448.4 


208.9 




A 


1,547.9 


620.8 


1,049.8 


690.9 


1 , 984 . 1 


1,076.1 


777.1 


645.0 


194.4 


397.7 


284.1 


906.8 


481.6 


223.1 




S 


1,570.0 


627.4 


1,060.4 


707.1 


1,983.9 


1 , 1 01 . 7 


795.3 


630.6 


198.7 


398.1 


301.3 


915.4 


518.6 


223.6 







1,572.3 


621.8 


1,054.6 


704.5 


1,988.3 


1,126.3 


790.4 


628.3 


196.4 


397.9 


300.7 


921.6 


548.5 


222.8 




N 


1,578.8 


618.5 


1,055.2 


713.4 


2,013.0 


1,108.9 


782.6 


629.4 


192.9 


389.5 


303.6 


937.4 


541.9 


221.4 




D 


1,591.1 


646.0 


1,055.7 


734.5 


2,075.4 


1,127.9 


825.7 


659.5 


199.4 


396.1 


318.0 


978.1 


543.1 


236.8 


1969 


J 


1,600.4 


672.9 


1,052.5 


732.7 


2,090.0 


1,121.8 


840.0 


665.4 


206.0 


381.4 


311.2 


956.0 


515.3 


233.5 




F 


1,617.4 


682.0 


1,080.4 


749.2 


2, 123.2 


1,115.2 


852.5 


680.1 


210.5 


388.3 


313.0 


960.2 


506.7 


235.6 




M 


1,628.1 


694.7 


1,094.2 


764.0 


2,138.3 


1,102.0 


867.3 


684.5 


214.5 


389.4 


314.2 


949.6 


483.9 


240.9 




A 


1,610.6 


716.5 


1,089.9 


771.4 


2,148.4 


1,070.6 


861.0 


679.3 


220.0 


382.7 


318.2 


957.0 


449.5 


237.4 




M 


1,606.5 


725.2 


1,111.6 


785.9 


2, 159.5 


1,057.6 


838.1 


672.9 


225.9 


387.7 


328.4 


965.9 


436.4 


237.9 




J 


1,616.7 


705.1 


1,101.8 


795.1 


2,140.0 


1,071.9 


820.2 


680.1 


222.3 


392.2 


333.2 


950.7 


457.2 


243.0 




J 


1,612.4 


674.6 


1,105.7 


789.4 


2,153.7 


1 , 1 03 . 9 


821.7 


687.8 


225.6 


392.1 


340.3 


977.0 


498.1 


254.4 




A 


1,593.8 


718.6 


1,113.5 


767.2 


2,150.7 


1,168.2 


873.2 


668.8 


223.6 


397.8 


331.2 


992.3 


535.2 


246.0 




S 


1,639.6 


699.9 


1,141.2 


757.8 


2,107.7 


1,190.5 


861.0 


675.8 


224.5 


406.7 


322.4 


981.9 


559.2 


254.3 







1,653.4 


699.6 


1,154.6 


751.8 


2,129.9 


1,236.8 


851.6 


677.4 


224.1 


404.5 


326.3 


990.6 


578.2 


247.4 




N 


1,661.2 


701.2 


1,164.8 


748.4 


2,177.1 


1,231.3 


865.5 


680.4 


222.0 


402.6 


320.9 1 


,015.2 


582.1 


251.7 




D 


1,661.5 


700.7 


1,157.1 


779.7 


2,259.9 


1,230.9 


859.0 


706.6 


229.1 


413.7 


337.2 1 


,055.5 


592.2 


253.9 


1970 


J 


1,651.0 


707.2 


1,215.2 


808.4 


2,252.4 


1,230.4 


872.6 


693.2 


230.4 


420.2 


353.4 1 


,026.4 


574.3 


254.4 




F 


1,668.4 


725.2 


1,224.5 


827.0 


2,260.7 


1,261.6 


881.6 


703.9 


231.9 


426.0 


354.6 1 


,010.0 


582.3 


257.0 




M 


1,656.9 


722.0 


1,221.4 


846.4 


2,274.6 


1,252.2 


860.4 


704.6 


233.8 


427.5 


359.4 1 


,000.9 


563.1 


239.8 




A 


1 , 673 . 8 


726.1 


1,239.6 


844.7 


2,256.4 


1,203.8 


845.3 


714.0 


231.8 


437.2 


345.5 


984.7 


520.4 


241.2 




M 


1,676.0 


733.4 


1,234.4 


862.1 


2,244.0 


1,176.6 


835.7 


701.3 


231.6 


431.9 


362.1 


973.8 


496.5 


228.1 




J 


1,682.5 


701.3 


1,245.1 


864.5 


2,192.5 


1,163.2 


815.0 


703.4 


226.9 


433.7 


361.1 


946.3 


504.2 


239.0 




J 


1,668.2 


657.4 


1,225.6 


842.5 


2,224.5 


1,198.4 


788.1 


703.7 


227.5 


431.4 


357.7 


980.6 


536.2 


236.1 




A 


1,685.6 


708.7 


1,239.5 


828.8 


2,227.3 


1,246.7 


851.1 


688.2 


227.3 


436.6 


352.6 


991.0 


559.4 


238.0 




Sr 


1,678.0 


707.7 


1,215.9 


809.5 


2,213.1 


1,274.8 


863.0 


681.6 


224.3 


424.3 


336.3 


996.9 


591.0 


245.3 




Op 


1,671.9 


701.8 


1,204.6 


792.7 


2,227.1 


1,292.4 


855.6 


679.2 


220.2 


424.8 


333.8 1 


,004.5 


604.7 


244.0 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 



1968 J 


1,552.4 


612.1 


1,039.9 


703.6 


2,015.7 


1,018.9 


748.2 


637.8 


194.3 


388.5 


295.4 


917.5 


460.9 


209.7 


J 


1,546.8 


603.2 


1,045.5 


706.6 


2,001.3 


1 , 046. 3 


752.8 


628.3 


191.8 


390.8 


294.8 


905.7 


468.2 


214.2 


A 


1,570.3 


629.4 


1,047.5 


703.9 


2,009.3 


1,053.0 


777.2 


643.2 


195.2 


393.8 


285.1 


908.4 


481.7 


218.2 


S 


1,570.6 


628.5 


1,058.6 


721.9 


2,017.2 


1 , 061 . 1 


774.8 


641.1 


199.5 


394.8 


303.2 


917.1 


493.9 


218.5 


O 


1,583.4 


639.4 


1,066.9 


737.3 


2,022.4 


1,081.9 


793.3 


650.9 


199.9 


399.5 


306.1 


92 0.2 


513.5 


225.6 


N 


1,585.6 


633.1 


1,064.4 


742.9 


2,030.9 


1,067.1 


782.8 


650.7 


200.6 


392.1 


309.5 


925.9 


502.0 


224.1 


D 


1,599.4 


654.9 


1,072.2 


752.6 


2,040.7 


1,089.0 


813.4 


664.5 


203.1 


394.1 


318.7 


928.5 


496.9 


230.9 


1969 J 


1,592.7 


665.6 


1,066.4 


731.1 


2,061.7 


1,093.9 


826.3 


661.9 


205.6 


383.1 


312.3 


939.4 


491.3 


232.2 


F 


1,608.2 


667.8 


1,088.4 


741.8 


2,098.1 


1,104.2 


832.3 


672.2 


208.8 


391.4 


313.9 


960.4 


494.5 


235.6 


M 


1,625.0 


680.5 


1,087.4 


741.1 


2,106.9 


1,114.5 


842.5 


675.5 


211.7 


391.8 


310.8 


960.4 


497.3 


239.4 


A 


1,604.8 


689.5 


1,081.2 


747.8 


2,127.5 


1,122.4 


852.5 


675.3 


215.0 


384.5 


314.8 


971.5 


495.6 


239.1 


M 


1 , 604 . 1 


704.6 


1,091.2 


762.7 


2, 158.9 


1,147.9 


849.7 


665.7 


221.1 


390.6 


324.0 


989.8 


503.8 


241.0 


J 


1,602.8 


701.4 


1,090.6 


772.6 


2,155.9 


1,142.7 


856.6 


668.0 


221.2 


391.0 


330.9 


977.1 


502.1 


247.4 


J 


1,623.4 


729.9 


1,108.2 


790.3 


2,185.8 


1, 133.2 


903.4 


679.9 


224.0 


390.0 


339.4 


987.4 


521.3 


261.2 


A 


1,605.7 


720.0 


1,117.3 


777.5 


2, 169.0 


1,137.4 


860.5 


663.7 


225.0 


394.1 


329.9 


991.3 


531.5 


239.9 


S 


1,647.1 


707.7 


1,138.5 


777.8 


2,154.4 


1,149.5 


849.8 


689.5 


225.6 


404.2 


325.4 


988.9 


531.2 


251.1 


O 


1,659.6 


718.4 


1,160.3 


783.0 


2,156.1 


1,183.4 


852.1 


698.2 


229.0 


403.7 


332.7 


989.2 


537.4 


248.9 


N 


1,670.3 


712.8 


1,180.9 


776.5 


2,190.0 


1 , 1 82 . 2 


858.1 


706.5 


230.6 


406.5 


325.8 


999.9 


536.4 


255.3 


D 


1 , 672 . 2 


711.9 


1,167.8 


801.0 


2,225.7 


1,189.3 


849.7 


711.4 


234.3 


410.6 


340.2 1 


, 002 . 4 


541.3 


248.5 


1970 J 


1,653.3 


709.3 


1,232.5 


809.2 


2,235.3 


1,207.3 


864.5 


695.8 


231.4 


424.1 


356.1 1 


,016.4 


551.5 


253.8 


F 


1,658.7 


710.7 


1,233.6 


818.9 


2,234.1 


1,250.0 


862.2 


695.3 


229.9 


429.6 


355.7 1 


,010.6 


569.1 


257.1 


M 


1,647.9 


702.9 


1,222.8 


818.5 


2,236.9 


1,262.4 


834.5 


690.5 


228.6 


431.0 


353.5 1 


,008.4 


576.8 


238.4 


A 


1,674.2 


699.5 


1,221.8 


819.1 


2,229.9 


1,267.9 


837.2 


711.3 


225.9 


437.5 


343.3 


998.5 


578.1 


240.9 


M 


1,662.8 


703.0 


1,218.5 


833.1 


2,232.4 


1,276.1 


834.9 


691.0 


226.8 


436.4 


354.6 


994.2 


574.9 


231.0 


J 


1,673.7 


699.7 


1,231.8 


845.2 


2,215.8 


1,244.9 


854.0 


693.6 


226.3 


433.4 


359.4 


974.6 


556.4 


244.6 


J 


1,676.4 


706.3 


1,222.7 


841.9 


2,257.5 


1,230.4 


858.5 


694.9 


227.0 


428.4 


356.8 


992.7 


561.8 


241.3 


A 


1,702.4 


712.2 


1,241.8 


841.9 


2,248.5 


1,213.7 


844.1 


682.6 


227.9 


431.4 


352.2 


989.0 


554.5 


232.4 


Sr 


1,685.7 


713.7 


1,212.3 


833.1 


2,262.2 


1,229.5 


846.9 


696.5 


225.8 


421.4 


339.6 1 


,003.0 


560.3 


241.8 


Op 


1,680.2 


725.2 


1,215.0 


822.3 


2,268.5 


1,239.0 


858.7 


703.1 


225.8 


425.3 


339.7 1 


, 006. 


561.8 


246.7 



Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), D. B. S. 



January. 1971 63 SECTION 6 

TABLE 6 

Table 6: estimated value of qoods in process and finished products in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 





J of 














inventories 


held 




















goo 


ds in process 










finished products 






en( 














supplemen- 














supplemen- 


per 


iod 








con- 
struction 


other inter- 




tary clas- 
sification: 








con- 
struction 


other inter- 
mediate 




tary clas- 
sification: 






consumer 


goods 


machinery 
and 


moterials 
and com- 


mediate 
qoods and 


export- 
based 


auto- 
motive 


consumei 


■ goods 


machinery 
ond eguip- 


materials 
and com- 


goods 
and 


export- 
based 


auto- 
motive 


















non-durable 


durable 


equipment 


ponents 


supplies 


industries 


products 


non-durable 


durable 


ments 


ponents 


supplies 


industries 


products 


1968 




161.3 


222.6 


784. 1 


234.4 


379.2 


265.5 


254.9 


770.3 


224.1 


239.0 


252.5 


718.1 


319.3 


334.0 


1969 




166.7 


236.5 


869.8 


265.1 


421.4 


294.3 


270.3 


788.2 


235.2 


251.3 


264.6 


783.1 


344.4 


334.8 
















unad 


justed for seasonal variation 












1968 


J 


162.8 


171.7 


776.2 


251.5 


370.0 


248.1 


188.5 


752.5 


248.2 


252.2 


257.8 


733.3 


285.5 


326.5 




J 


158.8 


146.3 


775.8 


253.7 


369.2 


248.3 


165.2 


743.0 


225.4 


247.4 


251.5 


709.6 


325.2 


318.6 




A 


159.5 


205.8 


793.0 


259.2 


380.7 


248.9 


232.1 


743.4 


220.7 


234.3 


241.8 


696.7 


345.5 


321.8 




S 


157.4 


206.8 


783.3 


255.2 


377.1 


251.1 


235.2 


781.8 


222.0 


232.7 


238.5 


691.4 


332.0 


336.5 







158.0 


209.4 


774.8 


233.7 


374.7 


255.4 


237.1 


786.0 


216.1 


233.9 


240.5 


692.0 


322.4 


330.4 




N 


162.3 


201.7 


790.8 


236.4 


378.7 


261.6 


232.0 


787.0 


223.8 


237.1 


245.0 


697.0 


305.3 


329.2 




D 


161.3 


222.6 


784.1 


234.4 


379.2 


265.5 


254.9 


770.3 


224.1 


239.0 


252.5 


718.1 


319.3 


334.0 


1969 


J 


169.8 


221.7 


794.2 


240.1 


394.5 


269.1 


254.9 


765.2 


245.2 


242.1 


258.5 


739.5 


337.4 


351.7 




F 


173.7 


220.2 


837.0 


256.2 


404.6 


273.6 


260.2 


763.5 


251.2 


249.4 


263.7 


758.4 


334.9 


356.7 




M 


165.3 


225.2 


875.0 


266.0 


415.9 


277.1 


256.8 


778.3 


255.0 


242.6 


273.0 


772.9 


341.0 


369.6 




A 


164.6 


226.2 


883.1 


274.0 


419.2 


277.8 


254.8 


766.7 


270.3 


245.0 


276.0 


772.2 


343.4 


368.8 




M 


169.1 


222.8 


901.2 


277.7 


418.4 


279.8 


249.7 


764.5 


276.6 


249.6 


282.2 


775.2 


341.4 


350.6 




J 


168.4 


204.3 


906.8 


282.7 


420.8 


280.1 


230.1 


768.1 


278.5 


242.6 


281.5 


768.5 


334.7 


347.1 




J 


166.5 


196.8 


901.3 


286.9 


417.5 


276.4 


225.4 


758.2 


252.2 


245.2 


271.2 


759.2 


329.4 


341.9 




A 


163.6 


243.3 


883.9 


279.8 


421.4 


279.0 


272.0 


761.5 


251.7 


244.1 


262.1 


737.0 


354.1 


355.2 




S 


160.5 


229.8 


896.2 


276.7 


420.0 


279.9 


257.7 


803.3 


245.7 


249.8 


260.8 


705.8 


351.4 


349.0 







167.9 


232.6 


913.2 


256.9 


411.8 


285.3 


264.0 


808.3 


242.9 


247.4 


257.0 


719.5 


373.3 


340.2 




N 


170.0 


233.7 


914.4 


263.7 


412.5 


289.6 


268.4 


810.8 


245.5 


253.4 


257.4 


749.4 


359.6 


345.5 




D 


166.7 


236.5 


869.8 


265.1 


421.4 


294.3 


270.3 


788.2 


235.2 


251.3 


264.6 


783.1 


344.4 


334.8 


1970 


J 


169.7 


226.6 


898.0 


271.4 


432.5 


300.6 


261.3 


788.0 


250.3 


273.4 


283.9 


793.5 


355.4 


356.8 




F 


171.3 


223.8 


904.5 


280.6 


432.6 


303.2 


255.5 


793.2 


269.5 


282.2 


299.0 


818.1 


376.2 


369.2 




M 


169.1 


225.8 


904.9 


286.3 


430.8 


307.1 


253.8 


783.2 


262.5 


291.2 


309.0 


842.8 


382.0 


366.7 




A 


173.8 


217.0 


887.9 


296.7 


428.3 


302.7 


242.1 


786.1 


277.3 


296.3 


312.8 


843.4 


380.7 


362.0 




M 


179.5 


215.6 


893.5 


307.5 


429.1 


305.6 


241.5 


795.2 


286.2 


297.2 


306.0 


841.1 


374.5 


366.1 




J 


177.8 


190.3 


886.7 


319.3 


428.9 


304.8 


212.0 


801.3 


284.1 


304.0 


307.9 


818.2 


354.2 


364.0 




J 


175.9 


175.6 


886.0 


322.7 


432.9 


302.7 


201.8 


788.7 


254.2 


297.6 


291.5 


812.1 


359.5 


350.2 




A 


174.9 


217.1 


912.7 


325.0 


431.4 


306.8 


244.5 


822.6 


264.4 


292.1 


285.2 


806.1 


380.6 


368.6 




Sr 


174.9 


229.0 


903.2 


352.0 


428.9 


311.5 


260.4 


821.6 


254.3 


287.1 


274.0 


787.3 


372.3 


357.4 




Op 


172.3 


227.0 


894.6 


343.5 


425.0 


314.3 


257.1 


820.5 


254.6 


286.4 


272.3 


797.5 


373.4 


354.5 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 3 3 12 12 3 2 3 



1968 J 


160.3 


193.8 


759.6 


241.7 


372.9 


247.7 


218.5 


754.3 


224.0 


245.3 


248.2 


725.3 


310.3 


320.0 


J 


160.4 


192.7 


774.8 


241.5 


375.2 


251.3 


220.3 


758.1 


218.7 


245.2 


252.7 


720.4 


326.8 


318.3 


A 


165.0 


205.7 


801.7 


250.8 


379.6 


252.7 


233.2 


762.1 


228.5 


238.1 


251.9 


721.3 


318.6 


325.8 


S 


162.9 


196.7 


783.9 


248.9 


376.2 


254.6 


221.1 


766.6 


232.3 


235.8 


252.7 


723.9 


312.6 


335.2 





161.7 


201.5 


784.2 


253.8 


376.8 


257.3 


226.0 


770.8 


238.0 


242.1 


257.5 


725.4 


311.1 


341.7 


N 


163.6 


191.2 


800.6 


253.2 


382.5 


261.4 


217.8 


771.3 


241.3 


245.8 


259.2 


722.5 


303.7 


340.9 


D 


164.1 


205.3 


807.2 


252.8 


387.1 


264.8 


233.6 


770.8 


246.5 


246.6 


262.0 


725.1 


327.3 


348.9 


1969 J 


167.7 


212.4 


819.7 


247.1 


393.7 


266.8 


242.7 


763.1 


247.6 


244.7 


256.1 


728.6 


335.8 


351.4 


F 


171.2 


213.0 


843.4 


259.0 


401.6 


273.7 


247.7 


764.8 


246.0 


248.4 


256.5 


736.1 


336.0 


349.0 


M 


163.0 


216.2 


851.2 


261.1 


408.4 


273.9 


244.7 


786.5 


252.6 


238.4 


259.2 


738.1 


343.3 


358.4 


A 


161.0 


222.2 


870.8 


264.6 


413.5 


276.0 


255.0 


768.5 


252.3 


236.6 


260.8 


742.5 


350.8 


358.4 


M 


164.5 


228.4 


875.2 


267.3 


416.4 


278.0 


260.0 


773.9 


255.1 


240.7 


267.6 


752.7 


366.1 


348.7 


J 


165.1 


231.9 


890.0 


272.2 


423.2 


279.0 


267.2 


769.7 


248.3 


235.7 


269.1 


755.6 


361.6 


342.0 


J 


168.0 


259.3 


898.9 


273.3 


425.8 


280.1 


299.8 


775.5 


246.6 


243.5 


273.0 


772.6 


331.8 


342.4 


A 


167.0 


237.9 


888.3 


268.1 


417.9 


282.6 


267.3 


775.0 


257.1 


248.5 


272.9 


759.8 


323.3 


353.3 


S 


167.9 


220.6 


908.0 


270.4 


421.7 


284.4 


247.0 


789.7 


261.5 


253.0 


276.6 


743.8 


333.9 


351.7 


O 


170.9 


224.6 


918.5 


278.1 


413.6 


287.1 


251.7 


790.5 


264.8 


255.8 


274.2 


753.3 


358.9 


351.5 


N 


170.5 


219.7 


918.4 


281.8 


415.4 


289.4 


248.2 


793.3 


262.5 


263.2 


272.4 


774.7 


356.4 


354.6 


D 


170.9 


218.4 


895.3 


285.3 


430.6 


293.2 


249.5 


789.9 


259.2 


259.1 


276.4 


792.7 


354.8 


351.7 


1970 J 


168.3 


219.8 


931.7 


282 2 


433.3 


299.1 


251.7 


789.2 


258.1 


276.3 


280.8 


785.6 


356.7 


359.0 


F 


168.9 


216.5 


912.0 


283.9 


429.4 


303.3 


243.7 


794.5 


264.3 


281.1 


291.1 


794.1 


377.6 


361.4 


M 


166.7 


215.6 


890.5 


280.5 


424.3 


303.5 


241.9 


790.7 


258.7 


286.0 


292.0 


804.2 


382.1 


354.2 


A 


170.3 


215.6 


868.8 


288.7 


422.2 


301.0 


242.2 


792.6 


258.0 


286.4 


295.6 


809.2 


388.8 


354.1 


M 


172.6 


216.5 


864.0 


293.5 


424.4 


303.0 


246.1 


799.2 


259.7 


287.0 


290.7 


813.8 


398.2 


357.8 


J 


175.6 


216.7 


874.6 


307.2 


433.2 


304.0 


248.8 


804.5 


256.7 


295.2 


296.2 


808.0 


384.5 


360.6 


J 


176.6 


231.2 


878.6 


307.4 


440.0 


306.5 


266.9 


804.9 


248.1 


295.3 


292.1 


824.8 


362.1 


350.3 


A 


179.7 


213.5 


920.4 


312.2 


428.5 


310.8 


241.9 


840.1 


270.8 


297.2 


296.7 


831.0 


348.4 


369.8 


Sr 


182.6 


218.5 


906.3 


342.5 


429.7 


316.3 


247.1 


806.6 


269.4 


291.1 


291.6 


829.5 


352.9 


358.0 


Op 


175.3 


219.4 


901.4 


372.6 


426.9 


316.9 


245.4 


801.8 


280.0 


296.5 


290.4 


835.6 


360.3 


366.6 



Source: Inventories, Shipments ond Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), D. B. S. 



SECTION 6 












64 














January. 1971 


TABLES 7 and 8 












































Table 


7: tobacco 


and beveraqes 




























tobacco 














beverc 


ges 












































sa 


es 3 of tobacco products 








































production 






mon 


thly 


production' of 


tobacco prod 


jets 




domestic 4 








stocks, 








stocks, 6 
dis- 




dis- 




























or months 






cut tobacco 






cut tobc 


ceo 


ex-wareh 


oused 5 


unmanu- 
factured 


beer 


til leries 

alcohol 


bottled 


tilleries 
and bond 






























cigarettes 


cigars 


fine cut 2 


other 7 


cigarettes 


cigars 


fine cut 2 


other 7 


cigarettes 


cigars 






(ethyl) 


spirits 


warehouse 
































million 


thousand 




































mill 


ons 


thousand 


pounds 


mill 


ons 


thousand pounds 


millions 


pounds 


gallons 


million proof gallons 


1968 




3,890 


39.5 


1,284 


202 


3,856 


38.4 


1,290 


201 


47.4 


0.5 


176.7 


27,479 


6.28 


2.18 


257.21 


1969 




4,207 


42.5 


1,240 


220 


3,882 


42.4 


1,253 


202 


47.1 


0.6 


177.6 


28,754 


6.98 


2.39 


289.77 


1968 


S 


4,056 


40.2 


1,324 


184 


3,757 


37.8 


1,236 


185 


60.2 


1.1 


172.0 


26,528 


6.36 


2.37 


251.70 







4,593 


45.5 


1,293 


214 


4,409 


40.6 


1,317 


210 


45.0 


0.5 




26,366 


7.69 


2.82 


253.78 




N 


4,144 


45.0 


1,302 


206 


3,470 


47.3 


1,167 


186 


53.8 


0.3 




27,566 


6.73 


3.21 


254. 92 




D 


3,451 


38.2 


1,239 


189 


4,523 


39.7 


1,368 


217 


42.1 


0.6 


176.7 


28,232 


5.96 


2.18 


257.21 


1969 


J 


3,995 


39.5 


1,169 


246 


3,187 


34.6 


1,069 


187 


30.0 


0.2 




15,597 


6.65 


1.79 


260.50 




F 


3,973 


39.0 


1,273 


212 


3,552 


28.6 


1,190 


194 


33.5 


1.0 




22,873 


6.90 


1.68 


264.04 




M 


4,357 


42.4 


1,406 


220 


4,223 


35.2 


1,363 


222 


46.0 


0.6 


250.6 


27, 066 


7.38 


2.15 


267.36 




A 


4,352 


40.3 


1,298 


275 


3,344 


42.9 


1.214 


218 


42.2 


0.6 




30,678 


7.34 


2.22 


270.38 




M 


4,046 


44.8 


1,312 


312 


3,554 


44.9 


1,271 


225 


41.9 


0.6 




32,445 


7.12 


2.38 


273.76 




J 


4,130 


43.3 


1,352 


278 


4,205 


44.8 


1,393 


197 


51.4 


0.8 


204.2 


34,806 


7.40 


2.57 


276.73 




J 


3,051 


25.7 


791 


126 


3,977 


48.9 


1,230 


201 


54.7 


0.3 




36,153 


4.26 


1.53 


277.50 




A 


3,355 


39.3 


1,133 


181 


3,833 


42.4 


1,085 


189 


67.6 


0.4 




31,446 


6.49 


2.60 


279.70 




S 


4,290 


47.8 


1,290 


210 


4,106 


43.7 


1,269 


194 


62.1 


0.7 


171.0 


30,671 


7.51 


3.27 


282.14 







4,335 


55.9 


1,471 


216 


4,004 


46.5 


1,323 


203 


41.8 


0.6 




28, 052 


8.38 


3.90 


283.39 




N 


3,864 


50.6 


1,240 


211 


3,716 


53.1 


1,205 


199 


42.7 


0.5 




27,456 


7.55 


2.76 


286.60 




D 


3,740 


41.1 


1,143 


152 


4,881 


43.7 


1,420 


192 


51.0 


0.8 


177.6 


27,810 


6.78 


1.87 


289.77 


1970 


J 


4,001 


48.6 


1,336 


180 


3,367 


34.8 


1,046 


158 


43.9 


0.8 




18,493 


6.70 


1.65 


286.60 




F 


3,824 


47.5 


1,374 


221 


3,611 


34.7 


1,206 


156 


34.1 


0.2 




21,632 


7.20 


1.71 


296.84 




M 


3,717 


49.4 


1,356 


198 


3,894 


41.1 


1,243 


180 


56.4 


0.1 


259.3 


29,532 


7.95 


2.16 


299.84 




A 


4,462 


48.1 


1,476 


184 


3,840 


46.1 


1,341 


196 


55.0 


0.6 




33, 084 


7.46 


2.29 


303.04 




M 


4,572 


46.1 


1,354 


182 


4,175 


51.9 


1,238 


173 


52.4 


0.5 




32,408 


7.16 


2.00 


307.24 




J 


4,913 


39.4 


1,289 


226 


4,422 


49.8 


1,389 


219 


56.5 


0.5 


230.6 


39,704 


7.56 


2.61 


310.21 




J 


2,886 


21.4 


648 


102 


4,430 


50.2 


1,278 


198 


61.1 


0.8 




39,338 


4.45 


1.29 


311.88 




A 


3,894 


43.2 


1,304 


201 


4,293 


40.4 


1,232 


187 


67.2 


0.8 




35,515 


6.94 


2.31 


315.11 




S 


4,867 


57.7 


1,255 


206 


4,251 


50.3 


1,310 


198 


68.5 


0.4 


193.0 


32,280 


7.37 


2.97 


317.95 







4,469 


57.1 


1,199 


197 


4,021 


52.2 


1,247 


183 


63.6 


1.3 




25,049 


6.87 


3.62 


318.22 



Starting with January 1968, production is manufacturers' production; prior to that date production was indicated by the use of excise duty stamps, intended 
for cigarettes. 'Includes sales to wholesalers or retailers. 'Subject to Excise Tax. 'Includes sales for ships' stores and for export. 'End of period. 7 Includes 
smoking, chewing and twist. Sources: Tobacco and Tobacco Products Statistics Quarterly (32-014), D. B. S. ; and Deportment of National Revenue. 



Table 8: rubber (million pounds) 







imports 


production 




consumption 




consumption of naturol and synthetic 


stoc 


ks ! 




nthly 
















































averages 














tires and 




wire and 






or months 


natural' 


synthetic 


natural 


synthetic 


reclaimed 


total 


tubes 


footwear 


cable 


natural 


synthetic 


1968 




10.02 


36.16 


8.36 


19.51 


3.10 


27.86 


20.56 


0.67 


0.54 


8.05 


55.90 


1969 




11.63 


36.53 


9.12 


23.72 


3.19 


32.84 


25.07 


0.60 


0.56 


9.18 


59.59 


1968 


O 


8.72 


34.64 


9.74 


22.98 


3.31 


32.73 


24.70 


0.75 


0.46 


9.88 


50.94 




N 


14.19 


39.58 


9.58 


23.35 


3.35 


32.93 


25.06 


0.74 


0.44 


7.52 


50.06 




D 


8.27 


40.40 


9.93 


23.57 


3.86 


33.50 


25.02 


0.46 


0.46 


8.05 


55.90 


1969 


J 


13.14 


40.18 


8.62 


20.64 


2.85 


29.26 


21.71 


0.67 


0.50 


8.10 


59.10 




F 


13.29 


34.82 


9.40 


22.50 


3.37 


31.90 


24.33 


0.69 


0.61 


6.84 


62.41 




M 


10.46 


38.79 


10.05 


24.71 


3.68 


34.76 


26.60 


0.59 


0.68 


7.86 


66.93 




A 


16.94 


34.45 


9.70 


25.81 


3.80 


35.51 


27.25 


0.74 


0.52 


9.19 


64.37 




M 


10.09 


38.79 


9.08 


22.80 


3.25 


31.88 


24.01 


0.46 


0.69 


9.64 


68.77 




J 


12.13 


38.43 


9.92 


24.94 


3.31 


34.86 


27.12 


0.41 


0.65 


9.97 


67.10 




J 


8.47 


35.91 


7.44 


20.97 


2.70 


28.41 


22.45 


0.43 


0.27 


9.56 


68.33 




A 


9.82 


32.55 


6.00 


16.12 


2.08 


22. 12 


15.19 


0.64 


0.49 


9.43 


66.25 




S 


11.67 


34.81 


9.80 


24.52 


3.45 


34.32 


25.24 


0.65 


0.58 


9.35 


63.65 




O 


9.06 


32.54 


9.21 


25.94 


3.31 


35.15 


26.78 


0.78 


0.60 


8.30 


57.02 




N 


15.77 


37.31 


10.14 


27.50 


3.10 


37.64 


29.80 


0.63 


0.58 


8.32 


56.30 




D 


8.77 


39.73 


10.13 


28.15 


3.40 


38.28 


30.42 


0.53 


0.55 


9.18 


59.59 


1970 


J 


12.24 


41.38 


8.50 


21.45 


2.58 


29.95 


23.26 


0.65 


0.52 


8.98 


69.47 




F 


13.58 


37.70 


10.48 


27.92 


3.27 


38.40 


30.34 


0.63 


0.60 


10.42 


69.84 




M 


11.84 


38.03 


9.10 


25.89 


3.31 


34.99 


27.44 


x 


X 


10.84 


71.02 




A 


7.02 


40.30 


9.06 


24.22 


3.06 


33.28 


25.07 


x 


X 


11.14 


68.20 




M 


16.59 


40.74 


9.28 


25.35 


2.77 


34.63 


37.59 


X 


X 


10.24 


66.05 




J 


17.66 


39.65 


10.18 


29.96 


3.45 


40. 14 


32.70 


0.49 


X 


11.46 


69.96 




J 


6.31 


32.87 


8.91 


22.31 


2.78 


31.22 


26.61 


0.33 


X 


9.73 


72.13 




A 


13.83 


34.70 


6.29 


17.79 


1.94 


24.08 


17.18 


X 


0.44 


10.50 


X 




S 


7.47 


34.85 


10.52 


27.52 


3.37 


38.04 


29.70 


X 


0.47 


8.38r 


X 




O 


14.04 


40.12 


9.45 


24.92 


3.18 


34.37 


28.08 


X 


0.46 


9.34 


X 



'Includes latex natural and synthetic, rubber allied gums n.o.p., and rubber crude caoutchouc. 
Inventories of Rubber, (33-003); Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), D.B.S. 



'End of period. 



Sources: Consumption, Production ond 



January, 1971 










65 












SECTION 6 


























TABLES 9 and 10 














Table 


9: rubber pi 


oducts 


















tires' (thi 


susands) 










footwear (thousand pairs) 














prod 


jction 


































raqes 












boots all 


rubber 










stocks 








shipments 






production 2 








knee, 
storm kinq. 




overshoes 
and 


liqht and 
heavy 


utility 


shipments 


end of 
period. 














lumber- 
























total 


totol 


facturers 


to dealers 


total 


and hip 


men's etc. 


qaloshes 3 


rubbers 


footwear 


total 


total 


1968 




7,537.6 


7,546.2 


515.8 


978.8 


829.9 


48.8 


11.3 


345.0 


147.5 


234.6 


839.0 


2, 742. 


1969 




7,677.6 


7,640.2 


529.2 


1,076.9 


749.9 


44.6 


10.6 


321.3 


127.8 


168.7 


766.5 


7,962.5 


1968 


D 


7,836.3 


7,387.8 


644.3 


674.8 


604.9 


39.6 


7.6 


203.3 


145.2 


177.7 


484.7 


2, 742.0 


1969 


J 


7,499.0 


7, 7 79.5 


534.5 


565.3 


756.9 


57.5 


7.8 


255.4 


143.1 


267.6 


570.4 


2, 324. 




F 


7.763.5 


7.542.9 


544.2 


980.9 


879.9 


66.6 


8.4 


307.0 


153.8 


313.4 


696.2 


2. 507. 7 




M 


7, 908. 3 


7,882.4 


596.0 


1,237.6 


847.5 


53.6 


10.6 


318.2 


120.5 


302.7 


747.9 


2.6 73.4 




A 


7,885.2 


7,804.7 


627.7 


1,160.0 


828.7 


39.0 


15.3 


371.0 


97.7 


260.4 


573.6 


2, 928. 4 




M 


7,690.7 


7,784.0 


604.4 


1,143.2 


763.0 


51.8 


13.0 


320.2 


108.6 


191.7 


455.6 


3, 235. 9 




J 


7,747.0 


7,870.9 


668.4 


1,151.1 


6 78. 7 


33.2 


11.4 


295.7 


95.4 


104.3 


526.5 


3, 328. 3 




J 


7,397.3 


7,357.6 


258.2 


1 , 060. 8 


577.9 


31.4 


5.4 


282.6 


76.9 


106.8 


636.2 


3. 264. 




A 


886.8 


1.234.6 


274.6 


941.4 


580. 7 


34.6 


10.4 


277.0 


109.9 


61.3 


1,004.3 


2, 839. 8 




S 


7,697.7 


7,967.9 


546.4 


1,380.1 


777.5 


34.0 


11.2 


384.2 


142.5 


26.7 


1,231.7 


2, 332. 2 







7,857.3 


2,026.8 


585.8 


1,404.5 


996.0 


45.1 


15.2 


472.8 


208.8 


115.5 


7,399.5 


1,928.7 




N 


7,876.4 


1,633.7 


554.7 


1,044.7 


849. 7 


48.2 


11.1 


366.1 


164.3 


129.8 


922.0 


7,855.9 




D 


7,976.7 


1,457.4 


555.3 


853.0 


589.9 


40.8 


6.9 


204.9 


112.5 


144.4 


499.6 


7, 962. 5 


1970 


J 


1,422.0 


949.9 


378.7 


551.9 


625.7 


54.5 


7.9 


183.3 


141.1 


170.1 


572.7 


2, 042. 1 




F 


7,859.3 


7,437.9 


527.5 


887.4 


820.5 


67.1 


9.0 


336.6. 


162.2 


186.3 


634. 7 


2, 228. 7 




M 


7, 789. J 


7,773.2 


557.5 


1,140.3 


767.3 


53.1 


9.4 


307.2- 


169.2 


160.4 


539.3 


2, 463. 3 




A 


7,845.5 


2, 740.8 


669.3 


1,357.6 


. . 










. . 








M 


7,737.2 


7,866.6 


636.5 


1,143.5 




















J 


7, 976. 3 


7,985.4 


700.8 


1,131.5 




















J 


7,663.0 


7,424. 7 


291.6 


1,051.3 


689.4 


38.9 


11.2 


311.3 


131.1 


125.3 


857.6 


2, 826. 




A 


7, 095. 3 


7,307.9 


237.1 


1 , 02 1 . 2 


659.0 


30.8 


12.1 


253.0 


152.4 


111.0 


844.9 


2, 640. 7 




S 


7,677.3 


2, 7 76.6 


488.9 


2,045.1 


754.7 


38.2 


15.6 


314.2 


192.7 


81.0 


7,207.0 


2, 787.8 







7,850.3 


7,869.2 


369.7 


1,804.8 


980.0 


54.6 


15.7 


424.1 


249.5 


95.9 


7,374.6 


7,853.0 



'Excludes bicycle tires. 'Includes small number of imported tires. 'Includes plastic footwear. Source: The Rubber Association of Canada. 



Table 10: raw hides, skins and finished leather 















raw hides 


and skins 










production of finished leather 






receipts' 


wettinqs' 






stock 


s 3 








cattle leather 










sheep 




sheep 






sheep 


















sheep 


monthly 




and 




and 




calf 


and 












qlove 


splits, 




and 


averaqes 


cattle 


lamb 


cattle 


lamb 


cattle 


and kip 


lamb 


goat 


horse 








ond 


all 


all 


lamb 


or months 


hides 2 


skins 


hides 2 


skins 


hides 2 


skins 2 


skins 


skins 


hides 


all other 


sole 4 


upper 5 


qarment 


types* 


other 7 


leather 






'000 




'000 






•ooo 








•ooo 










•ooo 




'000 


doz. 


'000 


doz. 


thousands 


doz. 




thousands 




lbs. 


th 


ousands 


square feet 


doz. 


1968 


195.0 


7.4 


193.8 


6.9 


303.9 


139.4 


36.7 


7.2 


6.8 


15.3 


500.5 


6,594.9 


498.4 


1,884.5 


278.1 


6.4 


1969 


186.5 


4.6 


189.3 


5.6 


247.7 


149.4 


26.4 


- 


5.4 


13.8 


388.1 


6,666.9 


476.6 


2,341.0 


263.2 


5.5 


1968 D 


201.7 


5.9 


197.1 


7.2 


303.9 


139.4 


36.7 


7.2 


6.8 


15.3 


500.0 


6,286.7 


488.2 


2,085.8 


293.6 


6.3 


1969 J 


190.0 


1.0 


184.2 


6.9 


301.8 


131.8 


31.6 


3.2 


6.5 


16.1 


547.9 


8,051.0 


535.4 


2,226.5 


291.1 


6.2 


F 


187.2 


6.4 


195.5 


6.3 


285.9 


131.9 


30.8 


1.4 


5.8 


13.0 


454.5 


6.972.9 


606.4 


2.158.2 


325.5 


6.6 


M 


179.5 


5.0 


210.5 


5.3 


252.5 


161.2 


30.7 


0.7 


5.9 


11.5 


455.2 


7,666.4 


546.5 


2.331.0 


339.4 


6.6 


A 


216.1 


6.4 


200.8 


7.6 


276.9 


165.9 


22.6 


0.2 


5.0 


6.1 


397.6 


7,879.2 


526.0 


2,338.1 


218.6 


7.3 


M 


225.7 


8.6 


215.4 


6.3 


265.6 


152.4 


31.6 


0.2 


5.1 


5.0 


378.6 


8,111.0 


492.5 


2,490.3 


272.6 


6.9 


J 


203.9 


3.1 


211.5 


6.9 


249.3 


143.4 


27.8 


0.2 


6.7 


0.9 


329.7 


7,313.4 


467.2 


2,491.3 


255.8 


6.1 


J 


146.8 


4.5 


123.3 


4.7 


278.3 


152.1 


25.0 


0.2 


4.4 


1.0 


263.1 


4,442.1 


458.0 


2,213.1 


128.0 


4.3 


A 


213.1 


1.9 


215.7 


5.4 


281.0 


145.6 


25.1 


0.2 


6.1 


0.9 


295.4 


4,860.5 


292.0 


2,281.0 


242.4 


3.7 


S 


178.0 


5.2 


186.3 


4.4 


296.5 


160.5 


29.2 


0.2 


4.0 


0.9 


343.1 


5,875.9 


434.8 


2,312.2 


301.1 


4.2 





185.4 


1.8 


179.2 


4.9 


328.7 


151.8 


22.1 


0.1 


4.0 


2.3 


359.8 


6,046.7 


457.5 


2,425.4 


305.8 


3.9 


N 


144.7 


5.2 


163.8 


4.8 


282.5 


145.2 


22.4 


- 


3.9 


6.6 


476.3 


6,254.2 


388.1 


2,473.1 


294.8 


4.3 


D 


168.1 


6.4 


185.1 


4.0 


247.7 


149.4 


26.4 


- 


5.4 


13.8 


356.5 


6,529.8 


514.3 


2,351.4 


183.8 


5.5 


1970 J 


146.8 


2.4 


142.4 


3.5 


247.4 


131.6 


22.3 


- 


5.6 


11.6 


396.3 


5,307.5 


439.3 


2,270.5 


241.6 


3.8 


F 


177.2 


1.8 


170.1 


3.6 


271.0 


142.5 


22.9 


- 


4.6 


7.6 


308.3 


4,790.4 


493.6 


2,471.2 


293.7 


3.8 


M 


180.9 


3.2 


182.4 


3.4 


255.3 


139.0 


22.3 


- 


2.4 


4.9 


459.6 


5,104.5 


546.5 


2,407.3 


411.7 


4.1 


A 


177.6 


4.6 


182.1 


3.3 


257.3 


155.6 


25.7 


- 


3.6 


3.5 


376.4 


5,759.1 


667.8 


2,626.5 


280.1 


3.9 


M 


188.5 


1.7 


186.0 


2.4 


233.2 


149.9 


23.6 


- 


2.9 


2.9 


393.0 


6,051.3 


545.6 


2,453.4 


238.0 


4.3 


J 


189.1 


2.7 


199.4 


3.2 


228.8 


162.2 


21.5 


- 


3.1 


2.2 


375.8 


6,023.4 


865.4 


2,671.1 


225.1 


4.3 


J 


150.7 


2.9 


135.9 


1.8 


270.0 


170.0 


22.8 


- 


6.1 


1.6 


194.4 


4,900.7 


582.3 


1,949.9 


144.3 


2.0 


A 


195.9 


1.9 


179.1 


3.3 


265.7 


168.1 


18.4 


X 


3.9 


1.8 


393.7 


5,358.9 


333.2 


2,216.4 


207.8 


3.9 


S 


188. 4r 


7.1 


173. 5, 


3.7 


296.0 


172.2 


22.9 


X 


5.6 


0.8 


266.4 


6,191.1 


737.5 


2,704.8 


240.9 


4.0 





182.2 


4.8 


178.8 


3.9 


312.3 


169.3 


22.7 


X 


3.7 


2.3 


323.9 


6,044.8 


745.9 


2,785.8 


261.5 


4.0 



Held by tanners. 2 Domestic-packer and country plus imported. 'Held by packers, dealers and tanners. 'Includes transfers to cut stock department 

in "domestic deliveries". 'Includes overweiqht kip, patent leather and upper calf and kip skins. 'Excludes the types sold by the pound. 'Includes uphol- 

stery, specialty, luqqaqe, etc. but excludes those sold by the pound. Source: Raw Hides, Skins and Finished Leather (33-001), D.B.S. 



SECTION 6 








66 










January, 1971 


TABLES 


11 and 12 






























Table 11 : product! 


on of leather 


footwear 1 (thousand pairs) 




























total slippers, 






mon 


thly 


men's 


women's 


boys' 


girls' 


infants' 




boots and shoes 


moccasins 






averages 


( size 6 


( size 4 


(under 


(under 


and "little 


total 


with leather or 


and felt 


athletic 




or months 


and up) 


and up) 


size 6) 


size 4) 


children's" 


all kinds 


fabric uppers 


footwear 


footwear 


1968 






1,003 


2,284 


221 


626 


185 


4,320 


3,393 


821 


115 


1969 






1,047 


2,046 


220 


414 


360 


4,087 


3,183 


753 


147 


1968 


S 




1,063 


2,310 


241 


726 


194 


4,534 


3,446 


1,023 


163 









1,136 


2,568 


255 


694 


206 


4,859 


3,702 


1,052 


177 




N 




1,019 


2,403 


220 


767 


199 


4,609 


3,436 


936 


172 




D 




875 


1,966 


168 


569 


174 


3,752 


2,924 


725 


103 


1969 


J 




1,046 


2,153 


199 


495 


316 


4,208 


3,515 


625 


89 




F 




1,093 


2,259 


237 


523 


369 


4,481 


3,745 


643 


93 




M 




1,190 


2,297 


252 


438 


402 


4,579 


3,748 


740 


91 




A 




1,151 


2,211 


209 


438 


336 


4,346 


3,490 


729 


126 




M 




1,010 


2,192 


188 


417 


353 


4,159 


3,277 


767 


115 




J 




986 


2,063 


228 


386 


381 


4,044, 


3,146 


705 


170 




J 




842 


1,590 


196 


334 


287 


3,250 


2,434 


666 


133 




A 




1,043 


2,223 


287 


383 


388 


4,324 


3,231 


858 


207 




S 




1,092 


2,057 


246 


422 


402 


4,219 


3,118 


905 


189 









1,154 


2,070 


227 


399 


439 


4,289 


3,137 


951 


200 




N 




1,029 


1,778 


206 


402 


373 


3,788 


2,771 


825 


192 




D 




923 


1,664 


167 


332 


274 


3,360 


2,580 


620 


160 


1970 


J 




924 


1,801 


191 


341 


277 


3,534 


2,834 


576 


108 




F 




1,078 


1,926 


264 


373 


302 


3,943 


3,199 


606 


138 




M 




1,100 


1,956 


273 


324 


511 


4,164 


3,346 


707 


111 




A 




1,044 


1,909 


207 


328 


330 


3,819 


2,985 


673 


160 




M 




855 


1,694 


190 


351 


316 


3,407 


2,693 


586 


127 




J 




995 


1,880 


224 


355 


356 


3,808 


2,841 


763 


204 




J 




629 


1,421 


172 


282 


250 


2,754 


2,104 


546 


104 




A 




898 


1,941 


256 


434 


325 


3,855 


2,777 


874 


203 




S 




1,006 


2,135 


245 


421 


346 


4,152 


2,925 


1,012 


215 









1,085 


2,209 


213 


449 


407 


4,363 


2,873 


1,271 


219 



'Prior to January 1969 shoe classifications were different from those now in use. The change was undertaken in order to eliminate ambiguity. The discon- 
tinuity is virtually insignificant except perhaps in two classifications, i.e. girls' under size 4 and infants' and "little children's". Source: Footweor Statistics 
(33-002), D. B. S. 



Table 12: primary textiles 





nth ly 














woven fabrics 


and products 








mc 




cotton 






man-made 




woollen on 


d worsted 




ave 


rages 
nonths 


raw 
cotton 
imports 


total 
fibre con- 
sumption' 


cotton 
sale yarn 
shipments 2 




















worsted 


or r 


production 


net 
shipments 


products 
shipments 


stocks 


production 


net 

shipments 


stocks 


production 


net 
shipments 5 






stocks 




thi 


xisand pounds 










thousand sguore yards 










1968 




14,197 


16,739 


4,073 


25,336 


24,738 


5,074 


92,530 


20,416 


19,259 


104,514 


3,037 


3,053 


4,035 


1969 




14,586 


17,650 


3,820 


25,385 


20,325 


4,714 


102,275 


22,151 


20,632 


116,923 


3,297 


3,287 


5,176 


1968 


A 


6,650 


16,733 


3,727 


22,155 


19,449 


5,115 


104,297 


19,124 


17,473 


99, 975 


3,278 


2,910 


3,812 




S 


15,678 


16,601 


3,961 


23,440 


20,484 


5,263 


101,877 


20,227 


19,086 


100,937 


3,239 


3,172 


3,880 







21,137 


18,660 


4,757 


27,371 


23,450 


5,238 


101,719 


26,316 


25,485 


101,827 


3,585 


3,357 


4,071 




N 


10,914 


20,630 


4,458 


26,362 


22,365 


5,557 


98,260 


22,411 


20,197 


102,507 


3,197 


3,020 


4,051 




D 


16,005 


16,507 


4,005 


23,706 


24,114 


4,489 


92,530 


21,518 


20,311 


104,514 


2,849 


2,805 


4,035 


1969 


J 


16,615 


1 9, 1 08 


4,580 


26,212 


24,342 


6,098 


94, 357 


24,288 


22,145 


94,616 


3,427 


3,363 


3,867 




F 


13,529 


18,205 


4,216 


25,445 


22,814 


4,592 


91,894 


22,780 


20,533 


97,228 


3,132 


2,934 


3,952 




M 


18,262 


18,868 


4,171 


26,462 


23,242 


4,742 


90,678 


22,867 


22,841 


99,067 


3,255 


2,999 


4,089 




A 


13,898 


18,895 


4,861 


29,059 


22,460 


4,744 


92,374 


24,298 


20,910 


103,085 


4,037 


3,943 


4,137 




M 


12,677 


20,751 


3,875 


26,622 


1 9, 944 


4,569 


94, 344 


24,136 


21,235 


106,367 


4,353 


4,068 


3,969 




J 


13,262 


16,922 


4,036 


24,441 


23,271 


3,935 


91,885 


22,379 


20,881 


105,538 


3, 932 


4,152 


3,956 




J 


13,487 


12,161 


2,783 


18,297 


14,594 


3,705 


91,938 


15,438 


1 9, 824 


105,471 


2, 998 


3,227 


4,103 




A 


11,187 


16,095 


3,130 


22,260 


16,841 


4,352 


92,974 


21,195 


18,318 


108,261 


2,886 


2,834 


4,308 




S 


15,477 


17,407 


3,189 


24,201 


16,366 


4,708 


96,157 


21,596 


18,302 


111,023 


3,258 


3,171 


4,477 







9,056 


20,168 


4,184 


29,711 


20, 952 


5,852 


99,222 


25,830 


22,479 


114,305 


2,802 


2,931 


5,325 




N 


15,794 


17,077 


3,612 


27, 865 


19,352 


4,932 


102,929 


21,937 


1 9, 907 


117,364 


2,748 


2,808 


5,399 




D 


21,785 


16, 141 


3,203 


24, 042 


19,726 


5,343 


102,275 


19,068 


20,205 


116,923 


2,738 


3,010 


5,176 


1970 


J 


9,403 


17,472 


3,713 


26, 064 


23,590 


5,477 


99,098 


22,924 


23,842 


117,408 


2,547 


2,703 


5,179 




F 


16,002 


16,811 


3,717 


22,946 


19,207 


3,616 


99,151 


21,728 


22,663 


117,305 


2,598 


2,609 


5,070 




M 


16,064 


16,618 


3,733 


23,048 


18,587 


4,765 


99,871 


20,606 


17,580 


114,226 


2,815 


2,683 


5,074 




A 


13,094 


17,157 


4,417 


25,701 


23,548 


4,784 


97,375 


24,280 


23,203 


116,829 


3,043 


3,122 


4,887 




M 


14,468 


17,602 


3,747 


22,538 


1 9, 057 


4,720 


96,191 


1 9, 1 42 


18,203 


118,013 


3,279 


3,538 


4,827 




J 


12,821 


15,644 


3,742 


1 9, 522 


20,877 


5,015 


94,140 


17,869 


20,947 


115,480 


3,796 


4,126 


4,659 




J 


10,325 


11,123 


2,672 


16,223 


13,023 


3,542 


94, 803 


13,929 


14,897 


114,805 


2,209 


2,567 


4,641 




A 


9,098 


14,975 


3,360 


1 8, 065 


16,174 


4,757 


91,920 


17,286 


14,459 


118,091 


2,204 


2,562 


4,539 




S 


13,625 


16,723 


3,754 


21,636 


16,462 


5,032 


91,124 


19,665 


18,949 


118,096 


3, 176 


3,061 


4,733 




O 


10,485 


17,364 


4,463 


25,837 


22,677 


6,240 


89, 988 


22,380 


23,592 


117,140 


2,606 


2,683 


4,775 



'Fibre consumption in the Cotton Textile Industry. 2 Not used by the Cotton Industry but sold to knitters etc.; includes twine, 
imported and purchased fabrics. Sources: Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), D. B. S. and Canadian Textile Institute. 



'Excludes shipments cf 



January, 


1971 








67 










SECTION 6 




















TABLES 13 and 14 








Table 13: 


production 


of sawn lumber 


(mil lion feet. 


board measure) 








monthly 




east of 
















averages 




Rockies, 
















or months 


Canada '■ 2 


total 1 ' 2 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 1 


1966 




883.3 


272.9 


18.5 


25.5 


115.0 


75.8 


6.6 


25.0 


609.9 


1967 




850.4 


254.4 


19.3 


19.5 


125.5 


57.6 


7.4 


25.1 


596.0 


1968 A 




7,008.5 


304.3 


22.4 


29.4 


147.6 


80.1 


8.9 


15.9 


704.2 


S 




994.8 


295.2 


19.8 


27.6 


140.0 


86.5 


4.0 


17.3 


699.7 







7, 086. 7 


317.5 


22.0 


28.7 


156.0 


88.9 


5.0 


16.9 


769.2 


N 




957.2 


266.8 


17.1 


25.6 


132.4 


70.3 


5.4 


16.0 


684.4 


D 




862.7 


246.5 


13.3 


25.5 


112.9 


53.2 


5.8 


35.8 


616.2 


1969 J 




825.9 


285.9 


17.7 


26.7 


126.9 


60.1 


8.1 


46.5 


540.0 


F 




960.0 


317.2 


14.4 


23.9 


124.5 


66.4 


14.8 


73.3 


642.8 


M 




7, 095. 7 


365.0 


14.1 


27.3 


139.7 


72.5 


17.6 


93.8 


730.1 


A 




7,037.5 


317.8 


17.5 


28.0 


145.1 


80.5 


12.9 


33.9 


713.7 


M 




7,009.9 


305.0 


25.3 


24.0 


145.2 


86.4 


5.0 


19.0 


704.9 


J 




996.5 


291.6 


21.0 


24.1 


141.9 


83.1 


5.0 


16.5 


704.9 


J 




889.4 


305.3 


28.0 


28.2 


152.4 


70.4 


5.5 


20.8 


584.1 


A 




944.7 


324.3 


26.1 


30.2 


166.5 


69.2 


8.9 


23.4 


620.4 


S 




997.5 


324.6 


24.9 


29.8 


165.0 


78.1 


10.2 


16.6 


666.9 







965. 6 r 


308.1 r 


24. 8r 


29. 6 r 


157.2 r 


70. 8 r 


9.3 


16. 4r 


657.5 


N 




837.7 


268.0 


18.1 


24.6 


136.2 


57.9 


6.3 


25.0 


569.7 


D 




903.8 


263.7 


13.1 


24.1 


127.8 


52.8 


5.9 


40.0 


640.1 


1970 J 




976. 7 


289.8 


12.6 


22.4 


130.7 


62.1 


12.0 


50.0 


626.3 


F 




964.7 


314.3 


13.0 


22.7 


129.8 


59.4 


19.4 


70.0 


650.4 


M 




7,037.3 


355.9 


13.8 


22.7 


131.7 


68.5 


19.2 


100.0 


675.4 


A 




980.2 


290.0 


16.3 


21.9 


146.5 


73.0 


12.3 


20.0 


690.2 


M 




785.3 


258.1 


18.8 


21.1 


130.2 


70.6 


5.4 


12.0 


527.2 


J 




880. 7 


297.9 


22.5 


25.9 


146.4 


80.5 


7.6 


15.0 


582.2 


J 




925. 7 


274.7 


20.6 


26.0 


120.3 


77.7 


8.1 


22.0 


650.4 


A 




902.8 


277.2 


18.0 


25.6 


142.3 


72.2 


3.1 


16.0 


625.6 


S 




952.5 


298.0 


18.5 


22.2 


161.1 


76.7 


4.5 


15.0 


654.5 







996.2 


287.5 


16.0 


21.2 


151.8 


75.6 


6.9 


16.0 


708.7 



'Monthly totals are not equivalent to annual data which include Newfoundland and Yukon and Northwest Territories for which only annual statistics are 
collected. 2 The monthly totals exclude Manitoba from July 1964 and Prince Edward Island from October 1965. Source: Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand 
of Sawmills (35-002), (35-003) monthly. Sawmills and Planing Mills (35-204) annual, D. B. S. 



Table 14: pulpwood, wood pulp and newsprint (thousand tons) 







pulpwood 


















newsprint 




nonthly 


production 


wood 


pulp production 


i 








newsprint shipments 












veraqes 


(thousand 








wood pulp 


newsprint 








stocks, end 


a 








or 


months 


cunits 2 ) 


total 


mechanical 


chemical 


exports 3 


production 


total 


domestic 


export 4 


of period 


1967 




1,339 


7,289.3 


575.9 


709.4 


355.7 


677.0 


664.0 


53.2 


610.8 


267.7 


1968 




1,284 


1,348.0 


579.0 


770.8 


414.3 


669.3 


674.7 


56.2 


618.5 


202.7 


1968 


A 


1,736 


7,347.3 


553.5 


790.0 


406.5 


639.3 


634.0 


40.1 


594.0 


407.5 




S 


1,412 


7,273.9 


507.0 


704.4 


435.6 


576.4 


622.3 


44.2 


578.1 


361.6 







1,506 


7,450.7 


619.6 


827.6 


412.2 


778.9 


760.2 


59.5 


700.7 


320.3 




N 


1,282 


1,436.4 


605.4 


827.2 


455.3 


702.3 


761.0 


65.7 


695.3 


261.7 




D 


1,143 


1,393.6 


592.9 


796.9 


397.5 


683.4 


742.4 


59.8 


682.6 


202.7 


1969 


J 


983 


7,385.2 


610.6 


770.7 


486.7 


709.8 


644.3 


48.6 


595.7 


268.1 




F 


1,103 


7,395.8 


596.0 


796.1 


449.6 


687.3 


615.1 


49.7 


565.3 


334.4 




M 


1,085 


7,596.5 


646.3 


945.9 


469.4 


743. 7 


726.3 


59.6 


666.7 


351.2 




A 


628 


7,427.8 


600.9 


822.3 


444.8 


690.5 


684.0 


60.0 


624.0 


357.6 




M 


1,192 


7,567.2 


647.3 


915.2 


524.7 


747.6 


794.4 


65.2 


729.2 


310.8 




J 


1,585 


7,520.9 


620.1 


896.4 


533.3 


779.5 


721.3 


58.8 


662.6 


309.0 




J 


1,707 


7,487.2 


627.4 


849.2 


472.6 


726. 7 


719.6 


52.9 


666.7 


315.5 




A 


1,703 


7,575.0 


653.8 


916.6 


443.5 


750.6 


704.6 


56.8 


647.7 


361.5 




S 


1,717 


7,453.7 


611.6 


837.4 


481.8 


706.3 


724.8 


63.2 


661.6 


343.0 







1,805 


7,639. 8 r 


686.5 


948. 6 r 


460.6 


793.6 


803.7 


67.1 


736.7 


332.9 




N 


1,440 


7,594.3 


660.3 


929.9 


483.5 


759.9 


807.7 


60.5 


747.2 


285.1 




D 


1,532 


7,577.6 


633.9 


874.1 


544.1 


730. 7 


795.0 


65.8 


729.2 


220.2 


1970 


J 


1,432 


7,494.8 


646.5 


844.5 


516.7 


750.9 


661.2 


47.3 


613.9 


309.9 




F 


1,433 


7,457.4 


606.3 


842.0 


468.4 


692.5 


645.8 


48.2 


597.6 


356.5 




M 


1,385 


7,677.9 


650.5 


957.5 


480.0 


749.6 


704.0 


57.1 


646.9 


402.1 




A 


823 


1,557.4 


660.5 


893.3 


577.1 


757.8 


701.5 


63.5 


637.9 


452.5 




M 


1,052 


1,544.2 


629.2 


911.3 


434.6 


774.8 


716.3 


64.7 


651.6 


451.0 




J 


1,690 


1,436.4 


593.0 


839.9 


521.2 


677.3 


734.4 


62.0 


672.4 


387.9 




J 


1,852 


1,435.6 


610.6 


820.9 


440.2 


697.5 


673.4 


59.5 


613.8 


412.1 




A 


1,677 


1,331.0 


612.1 


715.1 


379.2 


694.4 


670.4 


54.0 


616.5 


436.1 




S 


1,628 


1,280.3 


577.4 


699.3 


351.5 


649.2 


683.0 


56.0 


627.0 


402.3 







1,581 


1,597.2 


668.0 


924.7 


451.4 


759.8 


799.9 


69.6 


730.3 


362.2 



'Total pulp production covers "screenings" which are already included in exports. "Screenings" are excluded throughout from mechanical and chemical pulp. 
100 cu. ft. of solid wood; pulpwood produced for domestic use and excluding exports, but including receipts of purchased roundwood. 'Customs exports. 4 Mill 

shipments destined for export. Sources: Pulpwood and Wood Residue Statistics (25-001), Trade of Canada, Exports (65-004), D.B.S; Bulletins of Canadian 

Pulp and Paper Association and Newsprint Association of Canada. 



SECTION 6 














68 










J 


Jnuory, 1971 


TABLE 15 






































Table 15: primary iron and stee 


(thousan 


d tons) 










nthly 






primary production 








net sh 


pme 


nts of steel sha 


pes to consuming industries' 




mc 










steel 




OVeruqes 




























or 


nonths 








in 


gots incl. 




automoti 


ve agrici 


Itural 






wire, wire 








ferro- 




continuous 




and aircraft implement building con 




machinery 


products and 






pig iron 


alloys 




total 


cast 


castings 


industries industry 


struction 2 


containers 


and tools 


fasteners 


1968 




698.6 


13.9 




937.6 


925.7 


11.9 


68.8 


13. 





120.2 


40.3 


22.5 


49.9 


1969 




621.8 


17.0 




858.9 


846.0 


12.9 


70.6 


12. 


9 


122.0 


41.5 


24.0 


44.7 


1968 


S 


627.7 


15.0 




865.5 


854.3 


11.2 


79.3 


16 


1 


138.5 


39.7 


23.3 


49.9 







713.6 


16.1 




986.0 


973.7 


12.3 


88.0 


17 


6 


148.1 


36.3 


25.0 


56.9 




N 


682.5 


13.5 




1.005.7 


989.0 


16.7 


81.9 


17. 





122.5 


31.7 


26.1 


53.0 




D 


689.8 


14.9 




956.6 


944.9 


11.7 


76.8 


12. 


9 


95.0 


18.9 


21.5 


56.4 


1969 


J 


708.6 


14.8 




998.6 


986.8 


11.7 


93.3 


17. 


8 


114.1 


48.6 


27.8 


58.6 




F 


647.8 


16.0 




972.2 


899.7 


12.6 


80.0 


16. 


5 


108.7 


44.7 


25.4 


50.9 




M 


768.8 


17.5 




7,036.0 1 


,022.6 


13.4 


76.9 


14. 


7 


122.0 


77.3 


27.4 


49.1 




A 


774.9 


17.9 




7,027.2 1 


,012.9 


14.2 


79.9 


15. 


2 


142.9 


31.4 


25.6 


57.3 




M 


782.9 


15.9 




7,028.9 1 


,013.8 


15.0 


78.8 


14. 


4 


147.2 


41.0 


30.4 


51.0 




J 


726.5 


18.5 




988.7 


974.8 


13.9 


83.3 


14. 


1 


150.8 


41.3 


29.7 


53.5 




J 


732.3 


15.2 




953.5 


942.9 


10.7 


98.6 


T3. 


5 


162.6 


55.4 


27.3 


58.6 




A 


286.7 


16.6 




398.2 


387.5 


10.6 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


' (5) 




S 


295.9 


19.8 




420.9 


408.4 


12.5 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 







357.2 


15.0 




542.6 


529.9 


12.8 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




N 


645.9 


16.7 




960.9 


948.2 


12.7 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




D 


733.6 


20.6 




7, 038. 9 1 


,024.2 


14.6 


64.9 


10. 


5 


111.8 


26.1 


25.8 


51.8 


1970 


J 


788.3 


15.1 




7,057.0 1 


,042.8 


14.1 


89.5 


14. 


2 


120.8 


48.4 


26.5 


60.7 




F 


721.1 


15.5 




988.2 


973.3 


15.0 


57.8 


12. 


3 


147.1 


43.9 


27.4 


52.6 




M 


815.2 


19.0 




7,094.5 1 


,078.8 


15.7 


56.1 


12. 


7 


135.9 


75.8 


28.1 


48.9 




A 


783.1 


16.6 




7, 054. 7 1 


,037.2 


16.9 


66.4 


13. 


6 


134.5 


36.9 


32.8 


50.9 




M 


794.1 


15.6 




7, 080. 1 


,063.6 


16.5 


73.1 


11. 


1 


126.8 


33.2 


24.2 


35.2 




J 


756.5 


19.7 




1,034.4 1 


,017.3 


17.1 


81.6 


10. 


1 


143.3 


44.6 


25.3 


44.1 




J 


770.7 


17.8 




997.8 


986.6 


11.2 


68.6 


8. 


5 


133.2 


46.5 


18.2 


42.7 




A 


738.0 


15.8 




983.9 


969.2 


14.7 


74.9 


8. 


4 


132.6 


40.9 


22.0 


43.0 




S 


703.7 


19.8 




974.3 


956.9 


17.3 


84.1 


12. 


5 


136.4 


46.2 


22.9 


42.5 







741.9 


17.9 




7,056.8 1 


,039.3 


17.5 


68.7 


9. 


4 


138.2 


33.5 


23.6 


40.0 




onthly 








shipments of steel s 


iapes to 


consuming industries' 












fT 


natural 


























averages 


resources an 


d other 


netal 


railroa 


d 








whole- 








or 


months 


extractive 


stamping 


jnd railway 


cars and 




pipes 




salers and 












industries 


press 


inc 


3 operating 


locomoti 


■ei shipbuilding 


and tubes 




warehouses miscellaneous 


exports 


net total 4 


1968 




16.5 


45 


3 


21.3 


4.9 




3.8 


93.6 




80.7 


6.8 


96.5 


684.3 


1969 




13.7 


35 


4 


27.2 


7.9 




4.2 


78.9 




95.6 


7.2 


64.7 


600.7 


1968 


A 


16.0 


46 





19.6 


4.8 




3.5 


67.5 




80.0 


7.3 


102.8 


679.9 




S 


20.1 


45 


9 


17.3 


3.2 




2.5 


61.6 




84.6 


8.1 


97.1 


687.5 







13.1 


49 


4 


8.9 


4.5 




5.2 


70.6 




95.1 


8.2 


79.5 


706.2 




N 


24.7 


45 


1 


10.9 


6.0 




3.5 


85.3 




96.4 


10.0 


88.5 


702.7 




D 


12.1 


42 


8 


11.1 


5.8 




3.8 


104.1 




86.5 


9.6 


80.5 


637.7 


1969 


J 


14.6 


53 


3 


18.9 


9.3 




4.2 


78.3 




92.2 


8.9 


66.6 


706.5 




F 


14.1 


48 


9 


31.6 


7.4 




6.8 


81.7 




95.4 


8.4 


87.0 


706.4 




M 


17.8 


60 


5 


36.1 


12.1 




7.0 


105.2 




104.8 


6.5 


66.8 


783.8 




A 


21.6 


70 


9 


35.6 


9.3 




6.3 


96.8 




105.4 


7.8 


75.7 


782.0 




M 


19.1 


59 


6 


38.6 


9.9 




6.6 


105.6 




113.2 


7.3 


70.4 


793. 7 




J 


14.4 


41 


9 


37.9 


8.1 




4.7 


103.1 




109.2 


6.6 


59.2 


775.7 




J 


16.2 


44 


5 


31.6 


7.7 




3.5 


87.7 




115.9 


7.1 


64.6 


870.0 




A 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




S 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 







(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




N 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 




(5) 


(5) 


(5) 


(5) 




D 


9.2 


28 


2 


28.4 


12.9 




5.6 


98.1 




97.4 


8.3 


93.9 


685.7 


1970 


J 


14.7 


36. 


2 


28.2 


10.7 




7.3 


115.3 




105.8 


5.6 


90.5 


790.5 




F 


17.2 


41. 


7 


43.1 


9.3 




6.6 


101.9 




117.2 


6.0 


69.9 


768.6 




M 


18.1 


38. 


3 


44.6 


8.7 




7.4 


102.3 




117.6 


8.8 


81.5 


799.9 




A 


17.2 


38. 


6 


39.6 


10.5 




6.8 


96.9 




114.0 


4.7 


104.6 


780.8 




M 


19.8 


37 


8 


42.8 


7.2 




6.8 


104.7 




102.7 


4.5 


117.0 


758.7 




J 


16.1 


39. 


6 


38.8 


7.5 




6.0 


99.0 




96.3 


4.9 


129.4 


798.6 




J 


14.1 


33. 


S 


33.1 


6.1 




4.7 


77.7 




96.9 


4.7 


124.4 


722.3 




A 


21.9 


34. 


7 


25.5 


13.7 




3.6 


93.0 




91.7 


4.7 


124.4 


745.8 




S 


22.6 


36. 


3 


27.1 


15.8 




2.9 


85.7 




99.3 


5.7 


139.2 


792. 7 







14.7 


37. 


5 


27.6 


12.5 




3.3 


94.4 




96.9 


4.8 


97.8 


775.3 



'Data compiled according to the Steel Distribution Index revised January, 1964. Figures on net shipments relate to rolled steels products only. Shipments 
to consuming industries of costings, forgings and steel pipe are not included. includes building contractors, public and utility construction, structural steel 

fabricators, national defence and public works and utilities. 'Includes appliances and utensils. Note: Some groupings are not entirely comparable to year 1964 

due to change in classifications but in general the differences are minimal. 'Excluding shipments for re-processing at maker's own plant. $ Doto on shipments of 
steel shapes to consuming industries are not available for this period (August 69 to November 69) due to the effect of strikes in this industry. Source: Primory 

Iron and Steel (41-001), D. B. S. 



January, 1971 












69 














SECTION 6 






























TABLE 16 














Table 16: new motoi 


■ vehicles 
















monthly 
averages 












new motor vehicles (thousand 


units) 




















commerc 


: _ 1 






passenger cars 










ial 


















or months 




total rr 


iotor vehicles 


including coaches or buses 














total 
























mports less 
re-exports 






domestic 
supply 1 








production shipments 


P 


roduction 


shipments production 


shipments 




ex| 


>orts 


1968 






98.33 


97.74 




23.26 


23.43 


75.08 


74.31 




36.33 


43 


.51 


67.90 


1969 






112.74 


113.53 




26.45 


26.57 


86.30 


86.96 




38.07 


59 


.55 


64.82 


1968 


S 




105.24 


103.20 




23.99 


24.27 


81.25 


78.93 




31.56 


25 


.57 


87.24 









133.86 


133.09 




30.20 


30.59 


103.66 


102.50 




44.34 


46 


.63 


101.37 




N 




133.10 


131.50 




28.45 


28.58 


104.65 


102.92 




40.02 


56 


.66 


88.01 




D 




106.58 


105.27 




22.83 


24.33 


83.75 


80.95 




38.08 


55 


.12 


66.71 


1969 


J 




124.53 


110.68 




28.53 


27.83 


96.00 


82.86 




36.66 


52 


.29 


80. 37^ 




F 




98.92' 


100.28 




25.32 


25.71 


73.60 


74.57 




33.70 


52 


.85 


54.45 




M 




116.37 


119.75 




29.57 


29.60 


86.80 


90.15 




36.47 


55 


.47 


67.80 




A 




118.54 


114.34 




28.88 


29.07 


89.68 


85.27 




43.96 


47 


.93 


85.71 




M 




133.00 


136.68 




30.41 


31.10 


102.58 


105.58 




47.10 


53 


.62 


96.06 




J 




132.63 


130.04 




30.73 


28.00 


101.90 


1 02 . 04 




46.03 


67 


.01 


80.92 




J 




57.86 


72.62 




15.65 


18.88 


42.21 


53.74 




29.00 


49 


.45 


21.76 




A 




65.03 


62.69 




20.64 


20.07 


44.39 


42.61 




19.43 


36 


.21 


27.61 




S 




131.03 


131.58 




25.92 


25.57 


105.11 


106.01 




44.94 


73 


.61 


76.44 









138.81 


140.24 




29.07 


29.66 


109.74 


110.58 




39.88 


78 


.11 


71.51 




N 




126.53 


128.27 




27.98 


27.96 


98.55 


100.31 




42.81 


78 


.46 


62.90 




D 




109.66 


115.22 




24.67 


25.41 


84.99 


89.81 




36.87 


69 


.54 


52.32 


1970 


J 




105.13 


102.61 




24.87 


24.69 


80.26 


77.92 




25.22 


72 


.72 


32.76 




F 




105.64 


103.62 




23.58 


23.28 


82.06 


80.34 




24.82 


67 


.03 


39.85 




M 




115.74 


120.68 




25.75 


26.57 


89.99 


94.11 




35.21 


70 


.54 


54.66 




A 




137.75 


136.07 




28.43 


28.04 


109.32 


108.03 




39.28 


75 


.34 


73.26 




M 




135.31 


134.96 




26.92 


26.30 


108.39 


108.66 




44.72 


72 


.14 


80.97 




J 




142.49 


139.05 




29.26 


28.57 


113.23 


110.48 




49.24 


87 


.64 


74.83 




J 




65.08 


69.60 




9.70 


13.52 


55.38 


56.08 




32.33 


52 


.36 


35.35 




A 




51.49 


47.27 




18.60 


16.15 


32.89 


31.12 




19.20 


17 


.60 


34.49 




S 




91.25 


93.50 




20.75 


21.96 


70.50 


71.54 




43.48 


51 


.46 


62.52 









86.39 


84.92 




16.53 


17.21 


69.86 


67.71 




27.26 


54 


.50 


42.62 
















new motor 


vehicle sales 




















passenger 




commercial 






passenger 2 


commercial 2 






onthly 




























m 






















averages 






Canadian 




Canadian 






canad 


ion 




Canadian 




or 


months 






and U.S. overseas 


and U.S. 


overseas 




and U.S. 


overseas 


ar 


id U.S. 


overseas 






total manufactured mam 


factured manufactured manufacture 


d total 2 


manufactured 


manufactured 


manufactured 


manufactured 










units 












million dollars 








1968 




74, 


121 


53,116 8, 


,710 


1 1 , 853 


441 


259.6 


186 


,6 


20.2 




51.7 


1.2 


1969 




76, 


762 


53,163 9, 


,968 


12,455 


592 


275.8 


192. 


3 


24.1 




57.8 


1.6 


1968 


S 


57, 


605 


37,459 9, 


,923 


9,831 


392 


797. 7 


130, 


,4 


22.8 




42.9 


1.0 







87, 


356 


62,697 10 


,829 


13,369 


461 


305.9 


220, 


8 


25.1 




58.8 


1.2 




N 


76, 


399 


55,684 8 


,435 


11,829 


451 


270.4 


196, 


,7 


20.1 




52.5 


1.2 




D 


68, 


776 


50,485 7, 


,024 


1 0, 824 


443 


246.2 


179 


,5 


16.8 




48.8 


1.2 


1969 


J 


62, 


092 


45,735 5, 


042 


11,062 


253 


225.5 


164, 


2 


11.9 




48.6 


0.7 




F 


69, 


368 


49,683 7, 


782 


11,513 


390 


254.9 


182. 


6 


18.1 




53.1 


1.1 




M 


86, 


724 


62,475 8, 


834 


14,867 


548 


3 76.5 


227. 


1 


20.9 




67.0 


1.5 




A 


92, 


937 


65,432 11, 


143 


15,634 


722 


338.3 


237. 


2 


27.7 




71.4 


2.0 




M 


93, 


469 


67,072 10, 


906 


14,753 


738 


339.3 


240. 


6 


26.7 




69.9 


2.0 




J 


87, 


346 


60,470 11, 


192 


15,023 


661 


376.6 


217. 


2 


28.1 




69.4 


1.8 




J 


69, 


059 


45,086 10, 


791 


12,467 


715 


247.9 


161. 


3 


26.2 




58.4 


2.0 




A 


55, 


968 


34,913 10, 


755 


9,652 


648 


7 97.6 


124. 


2 


25.6 




46.0 


1.8 




S 


73, 


579 


49,152 12, 


274 


11,501 


592 


267.4 


177. 





29.1 




53.7 


1.6 







85, 


887 


60,770 12, 


423 


12,113 


581 


307.4 


219. 


8 


29.9 




56.2 


1.6 




N 


76, 


656 


53,837 10, 


698 


11,430 


691 


278.3 


196. 


7 


26.3 




53.4 


1.9 




D 


61. 


727 


43,334 7, 


777 


9,451 


565 


226. 7 


159. 


3 


18.6 




46.8 


1.5 


1970 


J 


49, 


465 


33,134 7, 


313 


8,552 


466 


783.0 


120. 


7 


17.5 




43.5 


1.3 




F 


51. 


278 


32,818 8, 


996 


8,930 


474 


789.5 


118. 


9 


22.0 




47.2 


1.3 




M 


11. 


696 


47,438 11, 


229 


12,334 


695 


264.5 


172. 


2 


27.7 




62.7 


1.9 




A 


78, 


743 


50,987 13, 


597 


12,588 


971 


288.2 


185. 


3 


34.3 




66.0 


2.6 




M 


79, 


703 


53,604 13, 


599 


11,679 


821 


290.8 


194. 


7 


34.6 




59.3 


2.2 




J 


83, 


772 


54,995 13, 


700 


13,578 


899 


305.7 


199. 


6 


34.5 




69.2 


2.5 




J 


64, 


957 


39,838 13, 


055 


11,200 


864 


234.8 


143. 


3 


33.2 




55.9 


2.3 




A 


53, 


488 


31,348 12, 


502 


8,924 


714 


788.4 


111. 


4 


31.5 




43.5 


1.9 




S 


58, 


940 


36,083 12, 


208 


9,985 


664 


277.3 


128. 


6 


31.4 




49.5 


1.8 







79, 


584 


51,797 14, 


772 


12,000 


1,015 


283.8 


186. 


2 


38.4 




56.5 


2.8 




N 


57, 


370 


35,557 12, 


145 


8,600 


1,008 


206.5 


128. 


2 


31.6 




44.0 


2.7 



'Production plus imports less re-exports, minus exports. 2 Commencing January 1967, the value of new motor vehicles sold in Canada (as reported by manu- 
facturers and distributors) was based on "actual cost to purchaser" rather than the suggested list price as in the past. Sources: Motor Vehicle Shipments (42-002), 
New Motor Vehicle Sales (63-007), Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007) , Exports (65-004), D. B. S. 



SECTION 6 














70 














January, 1971 


TABLES 


17 and 18 






































Table 


1 7: refrigerators. 


freezers. 


washing 


machines and c 


lothes di 


yers (thousand units) 
























refrigerators 


















mon 


thly 


mechanical refrigerators, 


freezers, domestic type 


& free: 


zers, 


















averages 
or months 


domestic type 1 


home and fa 


rm 


househo 


Id type 




domestic 


washing machines* 




cl 


othes dryers 










































factory 


pro- 




factory 






pro- 




factory 






pro- 




factory 






production 


sales 2 ' 3 


stocks 6 


duction 


sales 2 


stocks 6 


imports 


exports 


duction 5 


sales 2 ' 5 


stocks 5 ' 6 


imports 


exports 


duction 


sales 2 


stocks 6 


1968 




35.60 


34.60 


81.59 


14.26 


13.76 


21.26 


3.43 


1.50 


34.95 


37.65 


58.35 


6.14 


2.17 


18.19 


17.90 


35.36 


1969 




38.18 


37.36 


88.67 


15.47 


15.31 


16.30 


5.68 


1.43 


36.52 


36.23 


85.31 


8.11 


1.86 


19.94 


19.15 


45.60 


1968 


s 


37.00 


40.66 


66.31 


17.66 


19.14 


12.36 


4.28 


1.82 


38.17 


46.32 


49.61 


6.81 


1.79 


26.16 


25.13 


41.40 







35.33 


35.15 


68.39 


16.34 


14.36 


14.48 


4.76 


1.55 


43.90 


48.31 


48.40 


10.94 


2.16 


28.45 


29.26 


40.05 




N 


36.92 


31.49 


75.55 


16.77 


12.11 


17.57 


2.85 


1.14 


41.81 


41.15 


53.77 


7.04 


2.46 


24.66 


27.81 


37.39 




D 


30.85 


24.01 


81.59 


13.05 


9.82 


21.26 


4.42 


1.12 


34.79 


33.48 


58.35 


6.74 


2.80 


22.29 


24.63 


35.36 


1969 


J 


38.35 


31.66 


85.84 


13.50 


11.94 


20.78 


6.57 


1.06 


36.86 


29.91 


67.82 


6.47 


1.92 


16.36 


18.72 


33.58 




F 


40.86 


35.59 


90.76 


13.03 


12.13 


22.94 


5.70 


0.29 


35.76 


34.01 


70.70 


5.11 


0.32 


15.27 


16.64 


32.80 




M 


45.04 


36.52 


96.43 


14.16 


10.51 


26.58 


2.72 


0.99 


35.31 


33.87 


73.01 


8.69 


1.58 


14.34 


12.45 


34.36 




A 


44.02 


42.16 


99.26 


14.07 


11.06 


30.34 


5.04 


1.53 


38.12 


33.51 


78.86 


8.89 


1.78 


14.16 


10.68 


37.42 




M 


43.94 


39.91 


103.12 


14.88 


13.08 


31.49 


6.13 


1.82 


40.72 


34.99 


86.93 


10.54 


1.54 


14.49 


11.76 


40.47 




J 


44.99 


39.97 


106.19 


17.97 


18.96 


30.61 


5.39 


2.20 


42.28 


32.15 


99.41 


11.97 


2.88 


19.21 


12.09 


48.94 




J 


30.88 


41.56 


93.81 


15.61 


20.97 


22.43 


3.98 


1.79 


25.18 


36.40 


91.36 


8.85 


1.32 


13.06 


13.98 


48.00 




A 


29.90 


40.03 


86.60 


14.34 


18.91 


16.41 


14.29 


1.68 


34.24 


45.15 


81.60 


7.61 


2.10 


21.16 


24.30 


44.33 




S 


38.46 


46.33 


82.39 


18.79 


22.81 


13.62 


6.96 


1.09 


45.10 


46.40 


83.64 


12.71 


2.09 


28.67 


28.92 


44.17 







35.58 


32.40 


83.04 


19.30 


17.97 


12.45 


3.51 


1.59 


39.96 


42.70 


82.79 


5.81 


3.09 


32.36 


30.45 


45.45 




N 


32.71 


31.49 


85.98 


15.90 


13.43 


14.39 


4.08 


1.78 


37.09 


33.46 


87.78 


6.52 


1.19 


29.85 


27.50 


46.86 




D 


33.48 


30.71 


88.67 


14.07 


11.99 


16.30 


3.74 


1.31 


27.68 


32.16 


85.31 


4.17 


2.52 


20.38 


22.26 


45.60 


1970 


J 


38.11 


27.60 


99.98 


12.74 


9.75 


16.59 


4.63 


1.97 


21.43 


29.25 


82.44 


4.64 


2.84 


15.30 


17.45 


42.38 




F 


38.95 


33.15 


100.92 


15.03 


12.23 


20.70 


3.92 


1.64 


25.54 


31.95 


79.20 


2.06 


3.20 


17.59 


14.95 


43.05 




M 


30.95 


34.11 


96.59 


11.05 


10.75 


21.49 


12.43 


2.71 


23.67 


29.19 


79.00 


6.64 


1.20 


11.65 


12.64 


42.94 




A 


38.21 


36.74 


1 05 . 00 


12.15 


10.82 


24.33 


7.43 


0.97 


26.75 


27.85 


78.71 


4.82 


2.26 


12.13 


12.54 


42.63 




M 


29.94 


33.79 


101.91 


9.02 


11.19 


22.32 


6.66 


1.10 


21.60 


29.48 


73.55 


6.52 


0.35 


8.57 


9.68 


41.32 




J 


32.76 


33.58 


100.47 


10.97 


15.17 


19.63 


6.32 


0.82 


26.92 


28.82 


70.31 


2.93 


2.02 


11.75 


9.75 


43.56 




J 


21.40 


38.58 


83.97 


11.90 


20.24 


13.53 


8.17 


0.95 


19.51 


33.69 


63.68 


3.25 


2.07 


8.84 


14.23 


38.49 




A 


25.18 


35.62 


74.61 


13.52 


17.36 


81.56 


7.29 


0.48 


24.94 


33.75 


57.26 


7.29 


1.26 


15.93 


17.01 


38.69 




S 


27.79 


37.97 


62.50 


15.07 


X 


58.52 


9.34 


0.54 


26.23 


33.71 


53.03 


8.80 


0.78 


21.03 


22.90 


36.14 







28.30 


32.58 


58.71 


18.19 


X 


74.91 


4.99 


0.86 


30.90 


39.47 


48.34 


8.28 


1.84 


28.13 


30.26 


34.18 



'Gas types are included, includes producers' shipments for export. 3 ln some cases these shipments are not at the factory level, and stocks at beginning 
of month plus production less shipments do not equal stocks at end of month. 'Electric and other. 5 Excludes apartment type machines. 6 End of period. Sources: 
Domestic Refrigerators and Freezers (43-001), Domestic Washing Machines and Clothes Dryers (43-002), Trade of Canada, Exports (65-004), Imports (65-007), D.B.S. 



Table 18: radio and television receiving sets' (thousand units) 





thly 










manufacturers' soles 


of "made 


•in-Conada 


" sets 










imf 




mon 




radio receivers 2 












television rece 


vers 6 








>orts* 




































or months 




home 




combina 


record 




Atlantic 














colour 


radio 


television 






total 


sets 3 


auto 


tions* 


players 2 " 5 


total 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alto. 


B.C. 


T.V. sets 7 


sets 


sets 


1968 




182.0 


9.8 


157.6 


14.5 


20.9 


45.1 


3.8 


11.3 


17.8 


2.5 


1.6 


3.7 


4.4 


9.9 


145.8 


22.3 


1969 




168.0 


5.2 


149.2 


13.5 


18.0 


51.3 


4.2 


12.8 


20.1 


3.1 


1.8 


4.1 


5.1 


17.0 


180.8 


24.1 


1968 


S 


223.8 


13.9 


190.3 


19.6 


35.3 


59.6 


4.7 


14.3 


23.3 


3.3 


2.1 


5.2 


6.7 


16.3 


184.6 


20.3 







236.7 


17.4 


198.0 


21.3 


42.8 


71.1 


6.0 


17.7 


26.8 


4.7 


2.9 


6.0 


7.1 


17.9 


211.8 


30.3 




N 


385.6 


16.3 


348.0 


21.3 


44.1 


62.5 


5.3 


13.8 


26.7 


3.5 


2.2 


4.8 


6.2 


19.2 


231.4 


34.4 




D 


192.0 


14.5 


154.9 


22.6 


32.4 


51.7 


4.5 


13.2 


21.5 


2.3 


1.9 


4.3 


4.2 


16.7 


166.4 


20.7 


1969 


J 


154.9 


3.0 


140.5 


11.4 


12.5 


46.4 


3.5 


9.9 


21.3 


3.0 


1.4 


3.4 


4.1 


11.6 


107.3 


13.6 




F 


188.7 


7.7 


169.6 


11.4 


10.3 


47.2 


4.3 


10.9 


19.4 


2.6 


1.7 


4.0 


4.3 


12.7 


98.8 


12.3 




M 


189.4 


3.0 


177.2 


9.2 


10.3 


43.9 


3.7 


11.6 


15.7 


2.8 


1.6 


3.9 


4.6 


12.6 


169.2 


19.8 




A 


151.2 


5.7 


135.7 


9.8 


7.3 


40.7 


3.6 


10.9 


16.2 


2.2 


1.5 


2.7 


3.7 


10.8 


143.6 


16.6 




M 


181.2 


3.7 


169.5 


8.1 


8.9 


36.0 


3.1 


9.7 


14.6 


2.5 


1.0 


2.0 


3.2 


8.0 


171.9 


29.6 




J 


161.4 


2.6 


149.3 


9.5 


10.5 


42.3 


3.1 


12.1 


15.6 


2.4 


1.3 


4.0 


3.9 


10.8 


195.0 


15.2 




J 


63.8 


2.9 


49.9 


11.1 


11.1 


45.5 


3.7 


11.1 


17.9 


2.6 


1.7 


3.8 


4.7 


13.8 


199.5 


15.3 




A 


149.9 


3.0 


132.4 


13.8 


22.4 


45.7 


3.7 


11.0 


17.0 


2.5 


1.5 


4.1 


5.9 


14.9 


157.9 


21.4 




S 


241.1 


8.6 


212.1 


20.3 


26.6 


71.8 


5.8 


17.2 


26.6 


4.9 


2.8 


5.8 


8.7 


28.1 


265.5 


31.5 







209.0 


10.3 


177.9 


20.7 


34.7 


75.7 


6.4 


18.7 


30.1 


5.0 


2.9 


5.7 


6.9 


30.7 


188.7 


30.8 




N 


166.3 


4. 1 


144.4 


17.9 


32.7 


65.1 


5.3 


17.2 


24.7 


4.0 


2.2 


5.4 


6.3 


27.2 


206.2 


45.5 




D 


159.5 


7.9 


132.1 


19.4 


28.7 


55.0 


4.2 


13.3 


22.4 


3.2 


1.8 


4.7 


5.4 


22.8 


266.5 


38.2 


1970 


J 


128.0 


2.0 


115.2 


10.8 


85.5 


38.9 


3.2 


9.7 


16.0 


2.0 


1.1 


3.0 


3.9 


14.4 


231.6 


25.8 




F 


140.3 


2.1 


129.7 


8.5 


92.8 


41.3 


4.0 


10.7 


15.2 


2.4 


1.4 


3.2 


4.4 


14.9 


136.8 


23.4 




M 


145.5 


3.6 


134.0 


7.9 


82.9 


35.9 


3.3 


9.6 


13.9 


2.0 


1.2 


2.4 


3.5 


14.0 


174.7 


29.1 




A 


168.3 


4.4 


157.5 


6.4 


75.4 


36.5 


3.2 


10.5 


13.2 


2.1 


1.0 


2.9 


3.6 


13.0 


170.4 


18.3 




M 


140.6 


2.9 


132.7 


5.0 


66.8 


27.7 


2.6 


8.2 


10.3 


1.7 


0.6 


1.8 


2.5 


8.2 


189.1 


24.2 




J 


196.2 


2.8 


185.4 


8.0 


77.9 


40.2 


2.5 


11.9 


17.7 


1.7 


0.8 


2.7 


2.9 


13.7 


196.1 


20.4 




J 


102.4 


3.1 


92.0 


7.3 


97.8 


35.7 


2.0 


10.0 


14.7 


1.7 


0.7 


3.2 


3.4 


13.2 


160.4 


24.3 




A 


178.5 


3.8 


164.0 


10.7 


146.5 


45.1 


3.3 


11.5 


17.6 


2.4 


1.1 


4.2 


5.0 


19.3 


147.4 


17.1 




S 


208.3 


7.2 


X 


X 


195.7 


69.2 


4.8 


18.0 


27.1 


3.8 


2.3 


6.3 


6.9 


25.8 


258.0 


32.3 







218.9 


X 


192.5 


X 


320.3 


65.6 


4.9 


16.4 


26.0 


3.4 


2.4 


5.5 


7.0 


33.2 


245.9 


41.4 



'Includes record players, includes producers' shipments for export, includes portables. 'Radio phonograph combinations. includes monaural and 

stereo with and without amplifiers. 6 Excludes producers' shipments for export. 'Included with "total television receivers". "Customs clearance; radio sets include 
all types; television sets include colour and black and white. Sources: Radio and Television Receiving Sets (43-004); Trode of Canada, Imports (65-007), D.B.S. 



January, 


1971 








71 










SECTION 7 
TABLES 1 and 2 










Table 1: 


total electric 


power (million kilowatt hours) 








mo 


nthly 
rapes 






net generation 






net exports 3 




available 4 




ave 




















or months 


hydraulic 1 


thermal 1 


total 1 


utilities 2 


industries 2 




total 


primary 


secondary 


1968 




11,217 


3,394 


?4,679 


11,937 


2,682 


- 39 


14,658 


14,505 


153 


1969 




12,341 


3,528 


?5, 868 


13,077 


2,791 


114 


15,741 


15,604 


137 


1968 


J 


10,553 


2,741 


13,294 


1 0, 842 


2,452 


- 56 


13,351 


13,259 


92 




J 


10,774 


2,676 


13.450 


10,877 


2,573 


1 


13,449 


13,360 


89 




A 


10.491 


3,261 


13.752 


11,166 


2,586 


27 


13,725 


13,595 


130 




S 


10,349 


3,323 


13.672 


11,039 


2,633 


- 74 


13,745 


13,549 


196 







11,229 


3,822 


15.051 


12,255 


2,796 


2 


15,049 


14,895 


154 




N 


11.496 


3,979 


15.475 


12,676 


2,799 


-124 


15,599 


15,431 


168 




D 


12.315 


4,457 


16.772 


13,945 


2,827 


-163 


16,935 


16.790 


145 


1969 


J 


12,411 


4,870 


17.281 


14,428 


2,853 


- 35 


17,316 


17,176 


140 




F 


11,276 


4,198 


15.474 


12,872 


2,602 


- 52 


15,526 


15,394 


132 




M 


12,313 


4,267 


16.580 


13,711 


2,869 


- 47 


16,627 


16,495 


132 




A 


12,097 


3,306 


15,403 


12,719 


2,684 


119 


15,284 


15,142 


142 




M 


13,079 


2,422 


15.501 


12,690 


2,811 


83 


15,418 


15,240 


178 




J 


12,037 


2,510 


14.547 


11,914 


2,633 


175 


14,373 


14,231 


142 




J 


11,728 


2,783 


14.511 


11,864 


2,646 


101 


14,410 


14,318 


91 




A 


11,814 


3,157 


14,971 


12,196 


2,775 


338 


14,633 


14,541 


91 




S 


1 1 , 604 


3,517 


15. 121 


12,329 


2,792 


341 


14,780 


14,672 


108 







12,681 


3,580 


16.261 


13,326 


2,934 


181 


16,079 


15,947 


133 




N 


13,163 


3,472 


16,635 


13,695 


2,940 


86 


16,548 


16,354 


194 




D 


13,886 


4,249 


18, 135 


15,184 


2,951 


73 


17,901 


17,737 


163 


1970 


J 


13,844 


5,026 


18,870 


15,923 


2,947 


163 


18,706 


18,589 


117 




F 


12,420 


4,506 


16. 926 


14,221 


2,705 


152 


16,774 


16,662 


112 




M 


13,198 


4,636 


1 7. 834 


14,844 


2,990 


142 


17,692 


17,570 


122 




A 


12,626 


4,073 


16,699 


13,851 


2,848 


192 


16,507 


16,408 


99 




M 


13,507 


2,941 


16,448 


13,735 


2,713 


268 


16,180 


16,069 


111 




J 


12,842 


2,932 


15, 774 


13,115 


2,659 


287 


15,487 


15,339 


148 




J 


1 2 , 995 


2,684 


15,679 


12,990 


2,689 


217 


15,462 


15,230 


232 




A 


12,263 


3,483 


15, 746 


13,320 


2,426 


393 


15,353 


15,161 


192 




S 


11,816 


3,943 


15,759 


13,281 


2,478 


353 


15,406 


15,198 


208 




Op 


13,061 


3,970 


17,031 


14,452 


2,579 


212 


16,819 


16,648 


171 



1 These totals include all generating agencies producing over ten million kilowatt hours per year. 2 These columns include all generating utilities and gener- 
ating industries respectively, producing over ten million kilowatt hours per year. 3 Less imports. 4 Total net generation less net exports. Source: Electric 
Power Statistics, (57-001), D. B. S. 



Table 2: electric power available', by province (million kilowatt hours) 



monthly 
























Yukon 


averages 
























and 


or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alto. 


B.C. 


N.W. T. 


1968 




14. 658 


306 


16 


262 


311 


5,040 


5,086 


606 


364 


638 


1,999 


29 


1969 




15.741 


336 


18 


2 96 


327 


5,370 


5,385 


666 


407 


731 


2,171 


33 


1968 


M 


14.051 


283 


15 


253 


309 


4,822 


4,886 


558 


333 


582 


1,982 


28 




J 


13.351 


288 


15 


233 


290 


4,554 


4,636 


522 


314 


560 


1,915 


23 




J 


13.449 


285 


16 


239 


290 


4,628 


4,618 


535 


325 


574 


1,915 


23 




A 


13.725 


294 


14 


243 


299 


4,771 


4,727 


544 


348 


603 


1,858 


24 




S 


13.745 


287 


15 


245 


295 


4,829 


4,671 


557 


348 


616 


1,856 


26 




O 


15.049 


335 


17 


270 


325 


5,115 


5,211 


612 


367 


674 


2,093 


31 




N 


15.599 


336 


18 


277 


330 


5,311 


5,454 


657 


378 


694 


2,112 


32 




D 


16. 935 


354 


19 


300 


345 


5,694 


5,908 


750 


456 


813 


2,260 


35 


1969 


J 


17.316 


371 


19 


308 


345 


5,700 


6,014 


791 


506 


878 


2,348 


36 




F 


15.526 


363 


17 


275 


318 


5,207 


5,382 


677 


423 


733 


2,096 


35 




M 


16.627 


397 


18 


297 


328 


5,626 


5,773 


707 


429 


756 


2,259 


35 




A 


15.284 


335 


17 


275 


323 


5,279 


5,288 


612 


370 


657 


2,096 


31 




M 


15.418 


335 


17 


271 


332 


5,368 


5,286 


618 


371 


665 


2,126 


29 




J 


14.373 


241 


16 


268 


290 


4,855 


5,043 


585 


363 


655 


2,030 


27 




J 


14,410 


195 


17 


259 


305 


4,997 


4,943 


586 


357 


683 


2,040 


28 




A 


14.632 


260 


18 


343 


312 


5,076 


4,865 


590 


385 


679 


2,076 


29 




S 


14, 780 


331 


18 


355 


307 


5,092 


4,844 


615 


375 


700 


2,112 


31 




O 


16,079 


408 


20 


294 


339 


5,599 


5,300 


691 


409 


751 


2,235 


35 




N 


16,548 


391 


20 


2 95 


355 


5,685 


5,606 


726 


419 


768 


2,244 


39 




D 


17,901 


404 


20 


316 


369 


5,954 


6,281 


798 


479 


851 


2,387 


41 


1970 


J 


18, 706 


422 


23 


335 


363 


6,276 


6,476 


869 


521 


922 


2,457 


43 




F 


16, 774 


391 


20 


294 


339 


5,679 


5,813 


771 


450 


787 


2,192 


38 




M 


17,692 


408 


21 


277 


344 


6,044 


6,084 


794 


473 


832 


2,373 


42 




A 


16,507 


416 


20 


300 


351 


5,665 


5,595 


702 


408 


742 


2,268 


40 




M 


16, 180 


420 


19 


290 


349 


5,595 


5,471 


669 


406 


738 


2,184 


39 




J 


15.487 


366 


18 


280 


330 


5,387 


5,327 


623 


382 


739 


1,998 


37 




J 


15,462 


372 


20 


281 


319 


5,499 


5,351 


623 


373 


742 


1,845 


37 




A 


15.353 


362 


21 


287 


326 


5,561 


5,445 


629 


388 r 


751 


l,546r 


37 




S 


15.406 


327 


21 


287 


328 


5,568 


5,438 


646 


387 


767 


1,599 


38 




Op 


16,819 


386 


22 


325 


368 


5,961 


5,812 


720 


422 


840 


1,920 


43 



1 Total net generation less net exports. 



Source: Electric Power Statistics, (57-001), D. B. S. 



SECTION 7 
TABLES 3 and 4 



72 



January, 1971 



Table 3: coal and coke (thousand tons) 



monthly 










coal production 














available 




























averages 




sub- 




















for con- 


coke 


or months 


bituminous 


bituminous 


lignite 


total 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C.' 


imports 


exports 


sumption 


production 


1968 


482 


248 


187 


977 


261 


66 


187 


327 


75 


1,444 


121 


2,241 


443 


1969 


455 


266 


169 


889 


218 


58 


169 


369 


75 


1,437 


115 


2,211 


409 


1968 S 


441 


198 


134 


773 


238 


61 


134 


274 


65 


2,332 


88 


3,017 


364 





536 


267 


182 


985 


295 


79 


182 


353 


76 


1,913 


134 


2,764 


433 


N 


500 


338 


200 


7,038 


273 


68 


200 


426 


71 


2,009 


84 


2,963 


428 


D 


460 


364 


248 


1.072 


242 


74 


248 


439 


69 


1,003 


171 


1,904 


447 


1969 J 


510 


385 


262 


7, 757 


290 


74 


262 


455 


76 


201 


99 


1,259 


458 


F 


477 


304 


221 


7,002 


273 


52 


221 


398 


58 


130 


90 


1,042 


436 


M 


526 


296 


208 


7.030 


265 


51 


208 


411 


95 


87 


95 


1,022 


389 


A 


495 


249 


122 


865 


266 


55 


122 


352 


71 


1,792 


177 


2,481 


493 


M 


453 


221 


91 


765 


240 


46 


91 


321 


67 


2,432 


104 


3,093 


518 


J 


437 


148 


108 


693 


205 


48 


108 


270 


62 


2,250 


192 


2,750 


467 


J 


461 


119 


80 


660 


221 


60 


80 


229 


70 


2,184 


112 


2,732 


461 


A 


314 


170 


85 


568 


92 


70 


85 


230 


92 


1,629 


98 


2,099 


252 


S 


472 


258 


133 


863 


195 


80 


133 


372 


83 


1,546 


109 


2,300 


250 





495 


348 


237 


7,079 


218 


64 


237 


468 


92 


1,913 


54 


2,938 


305 


N 


432 


342 


212 


986 


192 


54 


212 


463 


64 


1,934 


27 


2,893 


400 


D 


386 


354 


264 


7,004 


163 


48 


264 


457 


72 


1,148 


221 


1,927 


477 


1970 J 


460 


376 


286 


7, 722 


180 


65 


286 


506 


85 


80 


182 


1,020 


471 


F 


454 


317 


286 


7,057 


193 


35 


286 


458 


85 


80 


91 


1,046 


437 


M 


533 


361 


289 


7, 783 


218 


33 


289 


536 


107 


143 


154 


1,172 


497 


A 


635 


323 


254 


7,272 


224 


24 


254 


525 


185 


2,061 


302 


2,971 


476 


M 


693 


287 


219 


7, 799 


170 


33 


219 


500 


277 


2,954 


189 


3,964 


498 


J 


799 


287 


152 


7,238 


181 


40 


152 


540 


325 


2,264 


289 


3,213 


479 


J 


754 


208 


157 


7, 779 


165 


4 


157 


468 


325 


1,715 


694 


2,140 


466 


A 


783 


261 


261 


7,305 


87 


20 


261 


494 


443 


2,042 


571 


2,776 


478 


S 


865 


310 


329 


7,504 


181 


30 


329 


614 


350 


2,257 


528 


3,233 


463 





830 


359 


488 


7,677 


193 


40 


488 


658 


298 


2,096 


4 00 


3,373 


487 



'Includes Yukon. 



Sources: Coal and Coke Statistics, (45-002) monthly. The Coal Mining Industry, (26-206) annual, D. B. S. 



Table 4: supply and disposition of crude oil and natural gas 









crude o 


il and eqi 












natura 


1 gas 














ii valent 




domestic 


domestic 








































monthly 


net 






deliveries 


exports 


net new 


supply of 




sal 


es 










rages 


domestic 




total 


to 


to 


produc- 


market- 














ave 












or n 


lonths 


production 


imports 


supply 2 


refineries 


U.S.A. 


tion 3 


able gas 4 


total 


residential 


industrial 


commercial 


exports 


imports 




million barrel 


s of 35 Canadian gals 










million mcf 








1966 




29.8 


13.2 


42.3 


31.5 


10.6 


129.5 


92.2 


53.0 


16.3 


27.0 


9.6 


36.0 


3.72 


1967 




32.7 


13.5 


45.3 


32.2 


12.6 


141.5 


101.5 


57.9 


17.0 


29.9 


11.0 


42.8 


5.87 


1968 


S 


34.8 


13.1 


47.9 


32.3 


16.7 


143.4 


100.9 


46.0 


6.5 


33.8 


5.8 


47.3 


5.66 







34.6 


15.2 


49.8 


34.4 


13.4 


166.1 


125.5 


56.6 


11.1 


36.8 


8.6 


54.2 


3.82 




N 


34.4 


15.9 


50.3 


34.5 


14.0 


179.5 


137.6 


69.6 


19.3 


36.3 


14.0 


55.4 


5.70 




D 


37.7 


16.0 


53.7 


37.4 


14.6 


178.8 


161.6 


85.2 


29.6 


36.0 


19.7 


57.4 


4.36 


1969 


J 


36.6 


16.6 


53.2 


37.4 


15.0 


201.9 


171.3 


105.5 


41.7 


37.3 


26.5 


58.0 


2 97 




F 


34.1 


15.1 


49.2 


34.2 


15.5 


184.6 


149.2 


95.4 


35.9 


35.3 


24.2 


53.4 


2.85 




M 


40.0 


16.9 


56.9 


38.5 


17.4 


198.9 


153.6 


88.2 


29.4 


38.6 


20.2 


56.6 


4.20 




A 


34.5 


14.5 


49.0 


32.2 


16.1 


185.4 


135.1 


76.3 


22.2 


38.0 


16.2 


55.9 


4.25 




M 


33.1 


12.5 


45.6 


30.8 


15.5 


166.8 


120.2 


60.0 


12.9 


37.0 


10.1 


55.6 


4.10 




J 


35.4 


15.5 


50.9 


34.3 


16.0 


149.2 


104.0 


49.7 


8.7 


34.3 


6.7 


50.4 


3.17 




J 


38.4 


17.1 


55.5 


38.4 


17.0 


157.2 


105.2 


43.9 


5.7 


33.0 


5.2 


51.8 


1.81 




A 


39.1 


16.2 


55.3 


38.2 


17.6 


168.1 


124.8 


44.7 


5.0 


34.0 


5.7 


52.9 


3.73 




S 


38.3 


15.9 


53.5 


36.1 


17.7 


174.4 


130.8 


49.1 


6.4 


36.7 


6.0 


53.6 


2.54 







38.0 


15.0 


53.0 


34.3 


17.2 


191.1 


150.0 


63.3 


12.8 


39.8 


10.6 


61.5 


2.01 




N 


39.0 


18.8 


57.8 


39.5 


17.8 


206.8 


159.3 


76.5 


21.6 


39.1 


15.9 


63.6 


1.64 




D 


42.5 


16.2 


58.8 


38.5 


20.0 


219.5 


178.9 


90.8 


29.4 


40.4- 


21.0 


66.7 


1.66 


1970 


J 


46.3 


17.5 


63.8 


39.6 


22.7 


209.3 


191.8 


109.3 


40.6 


40.9 


27.8 


67.2 


0.20 




F 


42.0 


16.5 


58.4 


36.5 


22.4 


195.6 


167.7 


99.7 


36.2 


38.3 


25.2 


62.2 


0.02 




M 


43.5 


17.8 


61.3 


38.1 


23.2 


200.1 


179.6 


98.4 


33.5 


41.1 


23.8 


67.9 


0.53 




A 


34.2 


16.4 


50.6 


34.5 


17.2 


202.2 


156.8 


87.4 


25.6 


42.2 


19.6 


66.6 


0.10 




M 


36.9 


16.2 


53.1 


37.3 


16.1 


176.7 


145.2 


66.8 


14.5 


40.4 


11.9 


64.0 


1.64 




J 


38.9 


16.8 


55.7 


38.3 


18.6 


184.2 


133.7 


53.2 


8.7 


37.3 


7.3 


61.0 


1.60 




J 


41.8 


15.9 


57.7 


37.8 


19.1 


180.7 


132.2 


45.6 


5.4 


35.0 


5.2 


60.7 


1.06 




A 


41.5 


18.0 


59.5 


40.0 


20.5 


190.7 


133.0 


46.6 


4.8 


36.2 


5.6 


56.8 


1.47 




S 


42.7 


19.0 


61.7 


41.1 


19.7 


204.0, 


144.8 


55.0 


6.8 


41.1 


7.2 


59.9 


0.50 

















215.7 


156.6 


69.2 


13.0 


45.1 


11.0 


61.7 


0.36 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. Current figures in this table are preliminary and therefore subject to revision. 'Includes crude 
oil, condensate and pentanes plus. 'Deliveries to refineries and exports do not add to total new supply due to losses, other uses and inventory changes. 'Gross 
new production by field less field flared and waste. 4 By gas utilities, does not include imports. Sources: Crude Petroleum ond Natural Go» Production (26-006), 
Gas Utilities (55-002), D. B. S. 



January. 


1971 












73 












SECTION 7 






























TABLE 5 










Table 5: 


statistics < 


of refined petroleum 


products' 1 


[thousand barrels) 












total 








production 


of saleable 


products' 










net sales 


n Canadc 


, 4 


monthly 
















liquefied 












averages 


refinery 


total all 


motor 


heavy 


diesel 


light 


aviation 




petroleum 


all 


totol all 


motor 


heavy 


diesel 


or months 


receipts' 


products 


gasoline 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 


fuel oil* 


fuel 7 


asphalt 


gases 8 


other' 


products 


gasoline 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 


1968 


34,482 


34,663 


12,358 


6,178 


4,028 


7,039 


935 


1,061 


742 


2,322 


38,302 


12,716 


8,307 


3,576 


1969 


36,042 


36,147 


12,951 


6,447 


4,152 


7,390 


1,060 


1,080 


731 


2,333 


39,970 


13,221 


8,616 


3,817 


1968 J 


32,403 


34,306 


12,302 


5,591 


4,282 


6,224 


1,096 


1,790 


651 


2,370 


31,742 


13,011 


6,568 


3,861 


J 


36,205 


36,591 


13,256 


5,579 


5,224 


6,076 


1,287 


1,964 


864 


2,341 


33,319 


14,552 


6,691 


3,846 


A 


36,291 


35, 866 


13,122 


5,893 


3,847 


6,987 


1,119 


1,803 


894 


2,201 


37,817 


15,225 


9,217 


4,062 


S 


32,273 


32,824 


12,110 


5,324 


4,113 


5,220 


1,008 


1,600 


624 


2,826 


34,738 


13,380 


7,635 


3,911 





34,432 


34,954 


12,892 


6,019 


3,884 


7,011 


841 


1,360 


784 


2, 164 


39,306 


14,063 


8,859 


4,084 


N 


34,454 


34, 346 


12,779 


6,263 


4,247 


6,722 


683 


787 


792 


2,073 


42,234 


12,677 


10,236 


3,658 


D 


37, 396 


38,146 


13,271 


7,822 


3,668 


9,203 


824 


460 


763 


2,134 


48,264 


12,782 


10,761 


3,297 


1969 J 


37,397 


38,137 


13,174 


7,685 


2,882 


9,945 


829 


382 


823 


2,417 


44,377 


10,912 


8,940 


3,025 


F 


34,162 


34,920 


12,125 


6,837 


3,256 


8,576 


777 


382 


812 


2,155 


39,252 


10,351 


7,464 


3,050 


M 


38,489 


37,613 


13,086 


7,249 


3,859 


8,273 


1,312 


628 


843 


2,364 


39,456 


11,191 


8,012 


3,217 


A 


32,205 


32,054 


11,406 


6,289 


3,821 


5,857 


986 


577 


590 


2,527 


37,473 


12,085 


9,237 


3,325 


M 


30,756 


30,427 


10,653 


4,810 


4,650 


4,844 


746 


1,081 


556 


3,087 


38,613 


14,043 


9,093 


4,232 


J 


34,279 


33,946 


12,193 


5,595 


4,624 


5,864 


983 


1,557 


525 


2,605 


35,051 


13,716 


7,600 


4,425 


J 


38,400 


39,501 


13,857 


6,413 


5,125 


7,274 


1,106 


1,937 


725 


3,063 


37, 028 


15,966 


7,427 


4,523 


A 


38,172 


39,087 


14,516 


6,043 


5,279 


7,064 


1,475 


1,888 


760 


2,062 


35,193 


15,313 


6,701 


4,279 


S 


36,411 


35,688 


13,942 


5,767 


3,931 


6,957 


1,242 


1,716 


699 


1,433 


38,041 


14,497 


7,943 


4,115 





34,263 


35,257 


12,874 


6,120 


4,351 


6,485 


1,064 


1,374 


758 


2,230 


41,753 


14,321 


8,756 


4,220 


N 


39,453 


37,222 


13,368 


6,953 


4,292 


7,668 


1,225 


897 


755 


2,064 


42,511 


12,774 


9,912 


3,635 


D 


38,523 


39,897 


14,225 


7,608 


3,760 


9,879 


971 


542 


921 


1,991 


50, 892 


13,483 


12,304 


3,763 


1970 J 


39,601 


40,073 


14,118 


7,872 


3,196 


10,349 


834 


411 


882 


2,411 


45,796 


11,838 


8,560 


3,006 


F 


36,695 


36,075 


12,208 


7,150 


3,372 


9,116 


935 


374 


726 


2,194 


41 , 002 


1 1 , 001 


7,786 


3,020 


M 


38,084 


38,911 


12,913 


7,904 


3,848 


8,778 


1,272 


596 


785 


2,815 


43,384 


12,095 


9,006 


3,569 


A 


34,533 


34,640 


11,571 


6,456 


4,457 


6,565 


1,428 


838 


471 


2,854 


39, 873 


13,062 


9,043 


3,311 


M 


37,317 


37,535 


13,021 


6,582 


5,099 


6,316 


1,500 


1,095 


753 


3,169 


37, 836 


13,283 


9,627 


4,023 


J 


38,308 


36,728 


13,774 


5,936 


5,097 


6,078 


1,355 


1,760 


784 


1,944 


37,991 


15,219 


8,317 


4,420 


J 


37,774 


39,123 


14,081 


5,890 


5,596 


6,635 


1,453 


2,087 


695 


2,686 


39,190 


16,566 


7,489 


4,795 


A 


39, 965 


40,426 


14,408 


6,690 


5,497 


7,340 


1,522 


1,976 


746 


2,247 


37,435 


15,793 


7,866 


4,442 


S 


41,102 


39,272 


13,805 


6,358 


4,796 


7,078 


1,622 


2,055 


625 


2,933 


43,561 


15,262 


10,116 


4,569 






net < 


iales in Canada" 










closing 


inventories 5 








monthly 








liquefied 


















liquefied 




averages 


light 


aviation 




petroleum 


all 


total all 


motor 


heavy 


diesel 


light 


aviation 




petroleurr 


i all 


or months 


fuel oil 6 


fuel 7 


asphalt 


gases 8 


other' 


products 


gasoline 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 


fuel oil 6 


fuel 7 


asphalt 


gases 8 


other' 


1968 


9,254 


1,254 


1,060 


343 


1,792 


90,416 


22,899 


10,677 


11,012 


30,650 


3,029 


1,739 


302 


1 0, 1 07 


1969 


9,485 


1,398 


1,114 


379 


1,940 


91 , 645 


24,429 


9,410 


11,448 


30,497 


3,331 


1,630 


549 


10,351 


1968 J 


2,717 


1,324 


1,891 


305 


2,065 


80; 035 


24, 067 


10,623 


9,637 


19,675 


2,658 


2,600 


377 


10,398 


J 


2,293 


1,409 


2,240 


260 


2,028 


85, 964 


23,264 


11,529 


11,469 


24,142 


3,148 


2,345 


344 


9,722 


A 


3,471 


1,587 


1,996 


364 


1,894 


92,149 


21,845 


12,577 


11,791 


30,580 


2,979 


2,181 


381 


9,816 


S 


4,360 


1,476 


1,819 


379 


1,777 


95,730 


21,441 


12,869 


12,234 


33,428 


3,092 


1,959 


364 


10,343 





6,841 


1,385 


1,666 


287 


2,120 


96,778 


20, 983 


12,763 


11,529 


36,251 


2,859 


1,643 


332 


10,417 


N 


11,651 


1,105 


794 


442 


1,671 


96,113 


21,984 


11,991 


11,730 


35,162 


3,261 


1,588 


271 


10,126 


D 


17,806 


1,260 


260 


317 


1,780 


90,416 


22, 899 


10,677 


11,012 


30,650 


3,029 


1,739 


302 


1 0, 1 07 


1969 J 


17,946 


1,120 


157 


469 


1,807 


83, 777 


24,911 


8,870 


9,343 


25,229 


2,793 


1,959 


220 


10,452 


F 


15,227 


1.125 


188 


318 


1,530 


81,038 


26.670 


9,316 


8,779 


20,788 


2,533 


2,143 


252 


1 0, 556 


M 


13,040 


1,276 


263 


431 


2,025 


78,599 


28,349 


8,834 


8,604 


16,880 


2,712 


2,522 


256 


10,442 


A 


9,314 


1,197 


313 


350 


1,652 


77,506 


28,138 


9,130 


8,362 


15,387 


2,939 


2,789 


299 


10,461 


M 


6,610 


1,141 


1,165 


274 


2,055 


74, 794 


25,268 


8,296 


8,462 


16,308 


2,910 


2,730 


388 


10,431 


J 


3,755 


1,520 


1,803 


274 


1,958 


79,810 


24,433 


9,730 


9,581 


20,166 


2,868 


2,513 


432 


1 0, 087 


J 


2,714 


1,807 


2,204 


332 


2,054 


88, 393 


23,396 


1 1 , 597 


11,140 


26,031 


2,799 


2,298 


441 


10,691 


A 


2,508 


1,718 


2,268 


409 


1,997 


95, 962 


23,193 


12,230 


12,964 


31,580 


3,035 


2,058 


448 


10,453 


S 


5,493 


1,663 


1,942 


371 


2,018 


96,688 


22,509 


1 1 , 1 80 


12,105 


35,403 


3,196 


1,764 


555 


9,975 





8,625 


1,521 


1,683 


399 


2,228 


96,507 


21,956 


11,540 


11,961 


35, 723 


3,076 


1,584 


475 


10,191 


N 


11,406 


1,206 


1,045 


393 


2,140 


98,447 


23,445 


11,424 


12,039 


35,388 


3,588 


1,436 


573 


1 0, 553 


D 


17,182 


1,478 


341 


523 


1,818 


91 , 645 


24,429 


9,410 


11,448 


30,497 


3,331 


1,630 


549 


10,351 


1970 J 


18,821 


1,189 


146 


540 


1,696 


85, 655 


26, 754 


7,885 


10,929 


24,358 


3,167 


1,878 


480 


1 0, 204 


F 


15,444 


1,226 


190 


537 


1,798 


81,553 


27,710 


8,163 


9,466 


21,124 


2,941 


2,061 


274 


9,814 


M 


14,496 


1,424 


232 


404 


2,158 


76,043 


28,319 


6,969 


9,040 


16,153 


2,926 


2,436 


241 


9,959 


A 


10,586 


1,383 


355 


318 


1,815 


73,507 


27, 803 


6,478 


8,727 


13,795 


3,078 


2,902 


261 


10,463 


M 


5,556 


1,497 


1,187 


290 


2,373 


78,725 


27,439 


8,040 


9,838 


15,953 


3,091 


2,891 


392 


11,081 


J 


3,695 


1,655 


2,162 


356 


2,167 


83,066 


26, 978 


8,699 


10,916 


1 9, 947 


3,174 


2,491 


506 


1 0, 355 


J 


3,147 


1,924 


2,467 


425 


2,377 


86,702 


24, 935 


8,861 


11,982 


24,757 


3,378 


2,236 


479 


1 0, 074 


A 


2,526 


1,890 


2,362 


434 


2,122 


93, 852 


24,439 


9,826 


13,331 


30,848 


3,397 


1,868 


433 


9,710 


S 


6,739 


1,761 


2,305 


464 


2,345 


97,711 


23,418 


10,173 


13,604 


34,978 


3,459 


1,605 


348 


10,126 



'Barrels of 35 Canadian gallons. 'Includes domestic and imported crude oil, condensate and pentanes plus received by Canadian refineries. 'Refinery 

production (from crude oil, condensate and pentanes plus, and commingled propone/butane mixes) plus other materials used. "Includes deliveries of butane com- 

mingled in the crude stream in Saskatchewan and Alberta. s lncludes inventories at end of period being held at gas plants and in storage caverns. includes stove 
oil, kerosena and tractor fuel. 7 Includes aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel. 8 Due to conceptual changes, the stock and sales series are not available on a 
comparable basis prior to June 1965. Includes propane and propane mixes and butane and butane mixes. 'Includes petro-chemical feed stocks, naphtho special- 

ties, coke, lubricating oil and grease, still gas and other products. Source: Refined Petroleum Products (45-004), D. B. S. 



SECTION 7 
TABLE 6 



74 



January, 1971 



Table 6: metals 



nickel 



lead 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



total metal content 



refined copper 



total metal content 



refined lead 



production exports' production exports 2 



production exports 3 production exports 4 production exports 



million pounds 



1968 
1969 

1968 



1969 



1970 



101.4 
91.9 

105.1 
94.6 
97.4 
105.2 
104.0 
108.0 

108.1 

92.7 

108.4 

110.6 

108.9 

105.3 

84.3 

73.7 

70.3 

69.4 

73.4 

97.8 

98.7 
92.6 
118.8 
102.9 
120.5 
124.4 
114.6 
107.8 
117.4 
118.2 



77.2 
65.4 

75.8 
80.4 
99.8 
73.4 
65.8 
64.7 

73.1 
71.9 
79.8 
53.9 
95.5 
63.1 
74.6 
56.8 
56.8 
50.3 
47.9 
61.4 

61.4 
67.3 
77.7 
62.9 
102.0 
81.0 
84.7 
79.3 
88.8 
78.8 



87.5 
75.1 

91.9 
95.9 
82.0 
82.3 
82.3 
82.8 

86.0 
80.7 
86.4 
87.4 
89.2 
84.1 
62.7 
50.6 
54.6 
59.1 
71.4 
89.3 

90.1 
82.7 
4 
7 

7 

2 
6 
2 
3 
6 



89. 
87. 
91. 
93. 
92. 
82. 
91. 
96. 



46.1 
35.0 

36.8 
51.1 
65.0 
38.6 
42.8 
34.1 

47.8 

41.6 

42. 

37. 

49. 

36. 

29. 

29.8 

24.4 

28.3 

24.6 

27.4 

33.2 
41.4 
46.2 
38.4 
60.2 
47.3 
49.4 
46.9 
38.2 
57.7 



43.9 44.1 

35.4 35.0 



41.9 
45.0 
42.2 
43.7 
45.9 
46.6 

47.1 
43.1 
49.2 
48.2 
49.3 
53.0 
31.0 
15.7 
10.7 
11.1 
18.9 
47.5 

50.8 
49.4 
50.0 
49.1 
53.0 
51.7 
51.1 
49.7 
47.5 
54.0 



43.3 
40.8 
50.5 
53.5 
35.6 
42.7 

44.2 
40.4 
51.6 
41.5 
55.5 
38.9 
40.7 
35.0 
23.5 
10.3 
11.4 
27.5 

41.1 
31.6 
48.8 
44.6 
73.7 
42.9 
52.5 
56.8 
40.0 
42.5 



59.1 47.1 

50.8 41.2 



49.5 
55.0 
48.2 
73.2 
64.4 
53.7 

40.3 
43.4 
42.0 
45.3 
67.5 
47.4 
64.8 
56.7 
57.4 
47.0 
43.2 
55.0 

62.9 
57.8 
68.2 
53.6 
73.9 
60.7 
74.3 
29.3 
75.5 
89.4 



56.8 
49.9 
40.4 
53.1 
40.6 
50.9 

60.8 
33.2 
34.7 
31.1 
51.2 
43.6 
50.9 
32.0 
40.7 
32.6 
43.9 
39.7 

55.7 
42.3 
66.8 
67.8 
46.4 
59.7 
56.0 
43.4 
70.2 
44.6 



33.7 


23.1 


31.2 


17.9 


36.1 


19.1 


13.0 


29.6 


33.2 


9.9 


37.7 


30.2 


35.6 


27.6 


36.0 


18.2 


33.0 


19.0 


32.0 


25.3 


34.6 


18.4 


35.9 


17.6 


33.6 


19.9 


30.8 


23.7 


22.5 


14.5 


27.4 


11.0 


30.6 


11.0 


34.0 


16.0 


21.6 


25.3 


38.1 


12.6 


37.6 


31.5 


33.3 


27.0 


38.2 


32.7 


41.2 


26.4 


40.8 


25.8 


37.7 


28.3 


37.5 


19.3 


18.3 


33.0 


30.4 


24.9 


30.2 


15.7 



aluminum 



gold 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



total metal content 



refined zinc 



production exports production exports 



producers' 
imports of shipments 

bauxite ore in tons 



production 



mint 
receipts 



production 



million pounds 



thousands 



thousand fine ounces 



exports 



1968 
1969 

1968 



1969 



1970 



196.5 
202.9 

216.3 
184.5 
204.7 
233.2 
221.3 
170.8 

192.4 
186.0 
197.8 
186.6 
224.6 
236.0 
209.1 
199.7 
209.3 
192.2 
187.7 
213.9 

191.1 

200.0 
181.4 
212.3 
196.3 
211.4 
245.1 
199.3 
214.1 
227.1 



195.7 
185.4 

240.9 
213.1 
170.6 
168.9 
295.7 
241.2 

130.9 
152.7 
124.1 
137.8 
204.0 
268.6 
148.2 
277.1 
159.8 
254.3 
196.2 
170.6 

161.5 
197.8 
161.2 
184.7 
136.7 
288.2 
262.1 
158.9 
218.0 
266.4 



71.2 
77.7 

80.3 
51.9 
75.6 
79.8 
73.1 
75.4 

79.8 



70.3 
77.4 
77.6 
81.6 
79.1 
66.3 
77.5 
75.9 
78.2 
81.0 
87.9 

79.4 
69.7 
85.4 
77.4 
81.3 
78.8 
65.2 
75.2 
75.1 
81.0 



53.1 
51.2 

47.1 
33.7 
60.3 
49.8 
65.1 
53.2 

49.8 
62.8 
46.3 
51.8 
59.5 
39.6 



46. 
44. 
57. 
53. 
53. 



50.7 

78.4 
73.5 
69.1 
54.7 
54.3 
44.7 
64.2 
55.5 
48.1 
62.8 



560.9 
593.0 

887.8 
732.9 
641.2 
903.5 
738.7 
617.1 

234.1 
178.0 
156.2 
328.6 



844 
829 
841 
867 
868 
708 
488 
771 



323.7 
202.5 
249.9 
869.9 
496.9 
,214.5 
880.6 
998.0 
590.0 
506.3 



3,863.9 
3,201.5 

4,652.7 
6,027.2 
5,347.9 
5,149.0 
3,772.5 
2,191.2 

1,944.9 
1,293.5 
1.340.2 
4,153.1 
2,817.5 
1,381.1 
2,564.8 
4,194.2 
5, 026.9 
5,680.7 
4,766.1 
3,254.8 

2,337.3 

1,751.5 
2,385.8 
3,905.9 
5,800.1 
5,871.3 
5,794.6 
5,935.5 
5,026.9 
5,682.9 



224 
203 

212 

220 
236 
220 
216 
219 

223 
203 
217 
208 
212 
208 
193 
189 
199 
185 
193 
203 

214 
185 
203 
189 
201 
205 
194 
181 
187 
198 



144 
115 

129 
119 
128 
128 
118 
117 

146 
114 
101 
109 
103 

96 
107 
105 
128 
139 

94 
134 

220 
127 
130 
172 

134 
146 
154 
106 
123 
162 



3,782 
3,494 

4,536 
4,564 
3,372 
4,616 
3,596 
3,251 

3,176 
3,274 
3,569 
3,387 
4, 140 
3,587 
3,382 
3,697 
3,592 
3,704 
2,877 
3,541 

3,797 
3,507 
3,616 
3,503 
3,497 
2,983 
3,513 
3,726 
4,803 



3,822 



4,134 
4,712 

6,372 
3,448 
5,669 
4,567 
6,482 
4,969 

2,602 
2,745 
5,371 
2,277 
5,271 
4,038 
5,889 
6,637 
7,287 
5,993 
4,228 
4,204 

4,969 
3,593 
3,586 
5,603 
2,997 
4,049 
3,444 
3,933 
4,190 
3,836 



'Includes copper fine in ore, ingots, bars, billets, rods, strips, sheets and tubing. 'Includes ingots, bars and billets. 'Includes nickel in matte or speiss, 
oxide and fine. includes lead in ore and in pigs. Sources: Silver, Lead and Zinc Production (26-008), Gold Production (26-004), Iron Ore (26-005), Copper and 
Nickel Production (26-003), Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007) , Exports, (65-004), D. B. S. 



January, 1971 



75 



SECTION 7 
TABLE 7 



Table 7: non-metallic minerals (thousand tons) 





asbestos 




gypsum 


cement 




lime 


salt 




monthly 


































averages 


producers' 




producers' 




producers' 


producers' 






or months 


shipments 


exports 


shipments 


production 


shipments 


shipments 


production 1 


imports 


1968 


125.8 


121.6 


497 


664 


678 


116.8 


419.8 


53.7 


1969 


131.4 


129.4 


535 


662 


675 


132.2 


380.3 


58.0 


1968 


152.2 


145.1 


676 


867 


920 


126.2 


470.7 


83.1 


N 


150.0 


120.8 


472 


666 


654 


130.7 


459.7 


67.5 


D 


166.5 


133.1 


402 


477 


372 


126.9 


423.8 


51.7 


1969 J 


91.4 


173.2 


375 


337 


313 


121.6 


394.3 


52.3 


F 


83.8 


102.4 


233 


383 


384 


122.2 


302.5 


62.2 


M 


118.5 


88.5 


385 


521 


464 


130.5 


286.5 


42.4 


A 


116.2 


130.8 


554 


641 


602 


132.9 


248.8 


7.8 


M 


145.0 


112.9 


663 


767 


763 


134.3 


346.1 


100.2 


J 


124.8 


114.8 


542 


846 


847 


129.1 


338.7 


11.3 


J 


126.4 


136.4 


700 


905 


920 


133.9 


347.5 


66.9 


A 


139.2 


116.1 


746 


896 


949 


126.7 


337.4 


80.9 


S 


147.3 


131.3 


630 


818 


887 


131.6 


456.3 


101.9 





154.8 


135.7 


623 


771 


904 


144.6 


491.8 


39.4 


N 


160.1 


145.9 


591 


658 


651 


136.1 


512.0 


52.0 


D 


169.3 


165.1 


383 


397 


419 


143.4 


501.4 


78.2 


1970 J 


84.2 


139.7 


404 


403 


286 


145.0 


372.3 


48.9 


F 


98.2 


109.3 


340 


414 


368 


121.4 


399.9 


2.9 


M 


121.2 


100.3 


370 


465 


449 


134.5 


367.3 


47.5 


A 


122.4 


117.8 


529 


600 


540 


93.0 


436.7 


85.4 


M 


138.1 


105.7 


606 


679 


684 


91.1 


479.4 


3.0 


J 


135.3 


121.7 


722 


768 


858 


136.0 


461.6 


18.9 


J 


164.8 


139.6 


769 


878 


878 


94.5 


404.1 


79.9 


A 


141.0 


127.1 


836 


854 


872 


85.6 


520.4 


58.7 


S 


160.3 


135.8 


750 


817 


939 


88.4 


515.0 


79.4 





170.0 


151.0 


847 


885 


939 


95.1 


693.5 


127.3 



'Total salt and salt content of brine. Sources: Production of Canada's Leading Minerals (26-007), Cement (44-001), Salt (26-009), Asbestos (26-001), 

Trade of Canada, Imports (65-007), Exports (65-004), D. B. S. 






SECTION 8 












76 










January, 1971 


TABLES 1 and 2 


































Table 1: 


building permits, by 


type' (million 


dollars] 












nth ly 






non-residentic 


1 




Canada, 






non-residentia 


1 






mo 






institutional 






nstitutional 


Canada, 


averages 








and 




56 munici- 








and 




56 munici- 


or months 


total 


industria 


commercial 


government 


residentia 


palities 2 


total 


industria 


commercial 


government 


residential 


palities 2 


1968 




398.0 


44.2 


58.0 


95.2 


200.5 


158.4 






M.C.D 








1969 




408.0 


47.3 


69.9 


88.3 


202.4 


182.1 


4 


6 


6 


6 


4 


5 










jnadjusted for 


seasonal variation 








adjuste 


i for seasona 


variation 




1968 


S 


373.8 


36.6 


46.6 


79.5 


211.0 


138.9 


358.2 


37.1 


43.8 


76.4 


200.9 


126.7 







483.1 


48.1 


59.6 


106.7 


268.7 


194.1 


406.4 


45.4 


51.7 


91.4 


217.9 


163.5 




N 


446.1 


39.1 


68.7 


104.4 


233.9 


187.4 


460.1 


36.6 


85.6 


101.6 


236.4 


200.3 




D 


361.4 


38.4 


40.8 


89.6 


192.6 


128.3 


462.3 


38.4 


40.7 


91.7 


291.5 


127.0 


1969 


J 


212.6 


18.3 


30.9 


68.9 


94.5 


86.8 


381.6 


36.2 


50.0 


106.3 


189.1 


153.7 




F 


251.6 


16.2 


30.8 


62.4 


142.2 


101.6 


411.1 


29.1 


47.7 


91.0 


243.4 


160.4 




M 


402.7 


35.0 


79.5 


87.2 


201.1 


164.5 


449.9 


35.2 


76.3 


99.4 


239.1 


184.2 




A 


479.5 


32.7 


74.4 


96.5 


276.0 


204.6 


408.4 


34.0 


61.8 


100.4 


212.1 


177.0 




M 


480.4 


59.0 


57.0 


90.0 


274.4 


216.1 


388.0 


48.7 


59.0 


78.1 


202.2 


186.7 




J 


463.5 


44.0 


76.4 


71.8 


271.2 


191.6 


380.8 


35.3 


75.4 


53.7 


216.4 


168.4 




J 


587.9 


67.8 


110.4 


165.4 


244.4 


286.1 


487.4 


47.8 


83.7 


148.3 


207.6 


271.5 




A 


388.4 


49.2 


66.6 


71.4 


201.1 


184.7 


381.7 


50.0 


59.8 


74.2 


197.8 


168.7 




S 


453.9 


46.9 


91.1 


114.9 


201.0 


212.8 


410.8 


48.8 


77.0 


101.9 


183.1 


175.6 







417.1 


54.4 


69.0 


64.1 


229.6 


176.1 


357.8 


50.3 


64.2 


57.7 


185.6 


151.3 




N 


363.0 


48.9 


63.0 


85.0 


166.1 


149.1 


390.7 


45.3 


80.3 


85.5 


179.6 


175.2 




D 


395.0 


94.8 


90.0 


82.6 


127.7 


211.7 


450.2 


92.9 


86.8 


88.1 


182.3 


190.2 


1970 


J 


207.0 


13.2 


41.9 


71.4 


80.5 


85.6 


369.8 


26.0 


67.7 


107.2 


168.9 


159.5 




F 


265.7 


55.8 


63.7 


46.3 


99.9 


102.4 


434.7 


99.8 


98.4 


66.5 


170.0 


161.1 




M 


298.2 


31.9 


52.6 


79.3 


134.4 


123.5 


321.8 


32.2 


46.1 


89.2 


154.3 


129.8 




A 


369.6 


35.8 


67.4 


66.9 


199.5 


132.9 


326.9 


37.6 


58.4 


73.7 


157.2 


124.9 




M 


442.1 


27.7 


71.4 


125.5 


217.5 


197.4 


368.7 


23.0 


79.7 


103.2 


162.8 


172.3 




J 


479.8 


62.2 


86.7 


118.4 


212.5 


199.6 


376.7 


49.5 


77.1 


88.0 


162.2 


161.0 




J 


381.9 


51.4 


68.0 


92.6 


170.0 


140.2 


320.8 


36.3 


56.5 


85.6 


142.3 


136.1 




A 


379.3 


34.9 


65.8 


70.6 


207.9 


140.1 


369.3 


35.9 


59.4 


69.4 


204.6 


128.9 




S 


521. Or 


58. 5r 


81. 7 r 


106. 6r 


274. 2 r 


199.7r 


480. 5, 


61. 7r 


68.1 r 


1 01 . 7 r 


249. Or 


162. 3r 







532.9 


59.4 


72.3 


99.5 


301.7 


217.3 


464.3 


54.4 


66.8 


87.0 


256.1 


196.1 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 'The data are collected for 1,400 municipalities ond individual figures are available 

on request, historical data back to 1920 are available in "Historical Monthly Statistics" Catalogue No. 11-503, occasional. Starting with January 1966, the 

number of municipalities has been reduced to 56 following the annexation of the town of Riverside to the city of Windsor. Source: Building Permits (64-001), D. B. S. 



Table 2: building permits, by province' (million dollars) 



monthly 
























averages 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alfa. 


B.C. 


1968 




398.0 


3.0 


0.3 


8.6 


6.2 


88.9 


179.3 


15.0 


11.9 


38.9 


45.7 


1969 




407.7 


2.4 


0.4 


12.3 


7.0 


76.7 


191.9 


15.2 


8.1 


39.7 


53.9 


1968 


S 


373.8 


4.2 


0.6 


6.7 


8.4 


74.6 


175.1 


12.3 


11.5 


35.8 


44.6 







483. 7 


3.8 


0.6 


13.9 


9.1 


96.8 


225.6 


21.0 


21.1 


46.6 


44.7 




N 


446. 7 


2.2 


0.2 


5.1 


4.5 


100.6 


187.6 


21.3 


13.0 


61.7 


49.9 




D 


367.4 


3.4 


- 


2.7 


11.1 


63.6 


187.8 


15.6 


11.6 


34.3 


31.3 


1969 


J 


272.6 


0.3 


0.1 


5.9 


3.5 


54.8 


99.8 


7.6 


3.4 


12.7 


24.6 




F 


257.6 


1.8 


- 


5.9 


10.9 


61.9 


99.0 


7.1 


4.4 


18.4 


42.3 




M 


402.7 


2.7 


0.4 


6.5 


4.6 


75.9 


185.0 


11.6 


6.5 


52.8 


56.6 




A 


479.5 


1.5 


0.5 


8.8 


10.4 


67.9 


228.4 


18.6 


10.9 


47.9 


84.6 




M 


480.4 


1.9 


1.6 


21.7 


5.2 


78.9 


228.5 


14.5 


11.2 


40.4 


76.4 




J 


463.5 


2.6 


0.2 


13.9 


5.1 


75.1 


215.2 


22.7 


12.3 


50.5 


65.9 




J 


587.9 


1.5 


0.5 


19.3 


5.8 


80.7 


303.4 


17.5 


14.9 


62.8 


81.5 




A 


388.4 


1.3 


0.4 


7.0 


9.2 


72.5 


176.9 


23.8 


9.1 


36.5 


51.7 




S 


453.9 


11.2 


0.3 


33.3 


8.6 


91.4 


193.5 


17.7 


9.3 


43.6 


45.0 




O 


477. 7 


2.0 


0.2 


11.4 


6.5 


75.1 


210.7 


17.2 


8.1 


35.8 


50.0 




N 


363.0 


0.8 


0.3 


3.9 


11.1 


65.5 


202.2 


7.8 


5.2 


31.4 


34.8 




D 


395.0 


1.3 


0.1 


10.2 


3.6 


121.3 


159.9 


16.4 


2.4 


43.6 


36.3 


1970 


J 


207.0 


0.3 


_ 


7.5 


2.8 


46.1 


81.3 


2.7 


3.1 


29.4 


33.8 




F 


265.7 


0.3 


0.1 


5.0 


2.9 


82.1 


83.0 


9.4 


3.7 


28.6 


50.5 




M 


298.2 


5.2 


0.3 


9.6 


5.2 


52.7 


118.3 


29.2 


1.7 


35.8 


40.2 




A 


369.6 


0.9 


0.2 


6.5 


3.4 


56.8 


211.0 


13.5 


2.0 


31.6 


43.7 




M 


442. 7 


2.2 


0.5 


14.5 


4.4 


82.1 


236.1 


18.0 


6.9 


27.3 


50.1 




J 


479.8 


1.8 


1.1 


8.7 


4.7 


99.7 


256.1 


27.3 


3.8 


34.0 


42.5 




J 


387.9 


4.2 


0.4 


7.0 


3.9 


57.6 


195.0 


18.7 


8.0 


31.4 


55.7 




A 


379.3 


1.9 


0.2 


6.2 


4.7 


76.1 


195.3 


12.2 


5.4 


29.2 


48.1 




S 


527. r 


2.6 


0.2 


6.9 


1 1.4 r 


106.3 r 


270. Or 


12. 8r 


6.9r 


40.3r 


63. 6r 







532.9 


2.6 


0.3 


6.1 


3.3 


110.4 


260.5 


20.8 


7.9 


49.5 


71.5 



'The coverage was extended to 507 municipalities in 1948, and as of 1965, stands at more than 1,400; minor revisions are still being required in the table, 
due to the non-receipt of returns from a few small ploces. No account is taken of the building activity outside of registration areas. Actual operations normally 

follow the granting of permits but a number of projects are not undertaken or abandoned. The amount depends upon the statement of the applicant ond considerable 
change may develop before the completion of the operation. Source: Building Permits (64-001), D. B. S. 



January, 1971 77 SECTION 8 

TABLES 3-5 

Table 3: dwelling units' started, all areas 



quarterly 
























averages 
or quarters 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968 
1969 


49. 220 
52,604 


733 
627 


92 
192 


1,103 
1,710 


832 
916 


11,619 
10,853 


20, 094 
20,362 


1,614 
2,961 


1,681 
1,362 


4,903 
5,666 


6,549 
7,955 


1967 3 

4 


52, 634 
42. 852 


832 
1,197 


229 

79 


911 
613 


952 

545 


11,249 
10,823 


21,998 
16,583 


1,884 
1,436 


2,517 
2,157 


4,393 
3.428 


7,669 
5,991 


1968 1 
2 
3 
4 


26. 778 
56,894 
52,574 
60. 632 


559 
867 
969 
538 


27 
126 
126 

87 


379 

1,020 
1,625 
1,389 


172 

932 

1,152 

1,071 


6,963 
11,530 
11,308 
16,676 


9,717 
25,049 
22,231 
23,378 


1,002 
1,505 
1,982 
1,967 


584 
2,532 
1,827 
1,782 


2,172 
5,746 
4,929 
6,764 


5,203 
7,587 
6,425 
6,980 


1969 1 
2 
3 

4 


38, 882 
63, 748 
58,643 
49, 142 


558 
775 
661 
513 


67 
279 
311 
110 


794 
2,150 
2,635 
1,263 


256 
1,483 
1,092 

833 


8,746 
11,610 
10,522 
12,535 


14,782 
23,882 
24, 053 
18,729 


2,083 
4,088 
3,396 
2,277 


801 
2,000 
1,624 
1,025 


4,247 
7,197 
5,693 
5,525 


6,548 

10,284 

8,656 

6,332 


1970 1 
2 
3 


24, 293 
40, 189 
54,671 


362 
546 
639 


42 
228 
276 


702 
2,086 
1,491 


228 

851 

1,256 


5,759 

8,341 

12,936 


6,757 
17,074 
24,508 


1,572 
2,173 
2,321 


129 
285 
579 


2,632 
3,634 
3,392 


6,110 
4,971 
7,273 



Table 4: dwelling units' completed, all areas 



quarterly 
























averages 
























or guarters 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968 




42, 748 


770 


104 


764 


729 


9,740 


17,001 


1,470 


1,928 


3,854 


6,388 


1969 




48, 956 


734 


130 


1,257 


904 


11,151 


20,059 


1,897 


1,526 


4,872 


6,427 


1967 


3 


37, 600 


455 


122 


683 


521 


9,643 


15,066 


1,346 


1,270 


2,775 


5,719 




4 


46, 087 


626 


133 


680 


843 


10,830 


17,710 


2,397 


2,278 


3,696 


6,894 


1968 


1 


35,272 


697 


104 


703 


643 


6,560 


12,936 


1,446 


1,998 


3,571 


6,554 




2 


40, 442 


811 


104 


848 


522 


12,295 


13,618 


1,375 


1,746 


3,419 


5,704 




3 


43, 862 


532 


51 


687 


723 


9,536 


19,278 


1,537 


1,601 


3,944 


5,973 




4 


51.477 


1,039 


157 


820 


1,026 


10,570 


22,171 


1,520 


2,367 


4,484 


7,323 


1969 


1 


37.651 


826 


58 


520 


797 


8,162 


14,962 


1,806 


1,372 


3,947 


5,201 




2 


52.553 


588 


98 


1,525 


678 


15,485 


21,080 


1,455 


1,549 


4,186 


5,909 




3 


50,011 


591 


137 


1,306 


1,000 


10,823 


20,519 


1,847 


1,429 


5,274 


7,085 




4 


55,611 


930 


227 


1,678 


1,140 


10,135 


23,675 


2,480 


1,753 


6,079 


7,514 


1970 


1 


37, 727 


557 


199 


1,185 


534 


6,935 


13,245 


1,609 


1,250 


4,458 


7,155 




2 


44,079 


622 


171 


1,208 


739 


11,416 


16,712 


1,129 


665 


5,212 


6,145 




3 


47, 968 


360 


105 


1,701 


793 


9,223 


20, 045 


3,633 


678 


4,368 


7,062 



Table 5: dwelling units' under construction 2 , all areas 



en 


dof 
























period 
or quarters 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968 
1969 




726,638 
737,357 


2,686 
2,135 


204 
450 


4,053 
5,670 


1,921 
1,977 


24,942 
22,668 


60, 035 
60,615 


4, 116 
7,356 


3,452 
2,733 


1 1 , 099 
13,878 


14,131 
19,875 


1967 


3 
4 


705, 962 
702,776 


2,106 
2,759 


304 
254 


2,727 
2,657 


1,806 
1,506 


17,919 
17,815 


50,154 
48,816 


4,691 
3,613 


4,456 
4,565 


7,416 
7,208 


14,383 
13,523 


1968 


1 
2 
3 
4 


94, 030 
109.252 
117.536 
126.638 


2,649 
2,705 
3,142 
2,686 


177 
199 
274 
204 


2,395 
2,556 
3,485 
4,053 


1,035 
1,445 
1,873 
1,921 


18,048 
17,144 
18,880 
24, 942 


45,428 
56,110 
58,679 
60, 035 


3,151 
3,254 
3,684 
4,116 


3,072 
3,804 
4,033 
3,452 


5,852 

7,956 

8,927 

11,098 


12,223 
14,079 
14,559 
14,131 


1969 


1 
2 
3 
4 


127. 364 
137. 753 
145, 036 
137,357 


2.419 
2,605 
2,645 
2,135 


213 
394 
568 
450 


4,249 
4,864 
6,192 
5,670 


1,380 
2,191 
2,288 
1,977 


25,445 
21,375 
20,787 
22,668 


59, 626 
62,167 
65,606 
60,615 


4,386 
6,901 
7,844 
7,356 


2,884 
3,332 
3,464 
2,733 


11,338 
14,351 
14,570 
13,878 


15,424 
1 9, 573 
21,072 
19,875 


1970 


1 
2 
3 


123,523 
119,220 
124. 765 


1,938 
1,847 
2,118 


261 
318 
477 


4,789 
5,617 
5,418 


1,684 
1,795 
2,251 


21,377 
18,112 
21,594 


53,823 
54, 008 
58, 227 


7,248 
8,293 
6,943 


1,632 
1,252 
1,149 


1 1 , 954 

10,470 

9,197 


18,817 
17,508 
17,391 



l A dwelling unit is defined as a structurally separate set of living quarters having its own entrance from outside of the building, or from a common passage 
inside. These data are the result of a nation-wide survey, for which the field work is carried out by the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. All metropolitan 
areas and urban centres with a population of 10,000 or more, along with certain other areas of high building activity, are enumerated completely each month.The re- 
mainder of the country is covered on a sample basis quarterly. 2 End of period. Source: New Residential Construction (64-002), D. B. S. 



SECTION 8 












78 










January, 1971 


TABLES 6 and 7 


































Table 6: dwellinq units' 


started. 


centres 10, 


000 and over 










monthly 




Atlantic 








Saskatch- 








metropol 


itan areas 




averaqes 












Dri ti sh 










or months 


Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Orrtario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


1968 




13.522 


421 


3.447 


5.777 


430 


384 


1.443 


1,620 


2.553 


3,148 


395 


1,307 


1969 




14,145 


568 


3,067 


5,780 


772 


336 


1,710 


1,911 


1,971 


2,656 


752 


1,474 


1968 


A 


14,471 


586 


3,187 


6,586 


415 


445 


1,753 


1,499 


2,350 


3,710 


368 


1,171 




S 


11,602 


407 


3,387 


4,581 


471 


357 


1,006 


1,393 


2,653 


1,705 


450 


1,140 







16,843 


453 


4,401 


7,162 


261 


407 


2,651 


1,508 


3,290 


4,097 


235 


1,189 




N 


19,057 


778 


5,519 


6,990 


655 


595 


1,932 


2,588 


3,807 


3,304 


572 


2,289 




D 


15,095 


425 


4,924 


6,118 


597 


324 


1,673 


1,034 


3,946 


3,567 


533 


749 


1969 


J 


1 1 , 304 


374 


2,865 


4,183 


591 


430 


1,597 


1,264 


2,169 


1,640 


582 


978 




F 


1 0, 974 


371 


2,477 


4,635 


393 


60 


1,224 


1,814 


1,872 


2,866 


393 


1,622 




M 


11,679 


367 


2,310 


4,769 


829 


159 


1,187 


2,058 


1,793 


2,296 


828 


1,658 




A 


15,542 


1,071 


2.670 


5.443 


978 


225 


2,474 


2.681 


1,451 


2.235 


959 


2,168 




M 


16,814 


577 


3,319 


6,399 


1,713 


577 


1,505 


2,724 


2,250 


3,162 


1,686 


1,734 




J 


18,787 


604 


3,802 


8, 117 


559 


785 


2,680 


2,240 


2,883 


3,625 


533 


1,537 




J 


15,057 


880 


2,428 


6,729 


848 


342 


1,682 


2,148 


1,626 


3,217 


835 


1,620 




A 


16,227 


835 


2,986 


6,773 


982 


559 


1,764 


2,328 


1,523 


3,374 


961 


1,828 




S 


13,944 


430 


2,955 


6,238 


822 


161 


1,502 


1,836 


1,580 


2,542 


766 


1,466 







15,239 


513 


3,685 


7,222 


761 


202 


1,610 


1,246 


2,376 


3,080 


755 


969 




N 


12,555 


368 


3,767 


4,613 


569 


346 


1,788 


1,104 


2,127 


1,746 


542 


908 




D 


11,617 


427 


3,540 


4,244 


215 


190 


1,508 


1,493 


2,000 


2,091 


190 


1,202 


1970 


J 


6,849 


235 


1,949 


1,898 


507 


18 


737 


1,505 


934 


757 


504 


950 




F 


5,153 


220 


1,522 


1,006 


311 


15 


902 


1,177 


888 


276 


311 


1,005 




M 


7,345 


168 


1,564 


2,742 


515 


25 


740 


1,591 


936 


1,157 


515 


1,337 




A 


9,925 


606 


2,731 


4,225 


266 


26 


864 


1,207 


1,616 


2,087 


266 


921 




M 


8,414 


279 


1,675 


4,271 


512 


24 


861 


792 


641 


1,520 


504 


542 




J 


11,585 


704 


2,474 


5,472 


975 


27 


1,306 


627 


1,005 


1,855 


938 


479 




J 


13,873 


405 


3,462 


7,102 


747 


44 


949 


1,164 


1,775 


3,972 


728 


728 




A 


13,765 


396 


2,794 


7,573 


427 


78 


1,057 


1,440 


1,424 


3,777 


410 


1,170 




S 


14,627 


338 


4,593 


6,635 


242 


164 


900 


1,755 


2,884 


3,420 


234 


1,455 







23,161 


481 


6,366 


1 1 , 073 


1,105 


213 


1,901 


2,022 


3,847 


5,699 


1,077 


1,584 




N 


19,787 


898 


6,135 


8,461 


461 


151 


1,982 


1,699 


3,741 


3,097 


361 


1,304 



Table 7: dwellinq units 1 completed, centres 10, 000 and over 



monthly 




Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




British 




metropol 


itan areas 




averaqes 




















or months 


Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


1968 




11,361 


361 


2,837 


4,831 


332 


394 


1,061 


1,550 


2,164 


2,390 


301 


1,243 


1969 




13,257 


495 


3,217 


5,718 


493 


371 


1,446 


1,517 


2,246 


2,896 


470 


1,179 


1968 


A 


12.438 


286 


2,416 


6,690 


376 


392 


997 


1,281 


1,665 


3,813 


349 


867 




S 


1 1 , 934 


358 


3,297 


5.632 


416 


256 


859 


1,116 


2,618 


2,922 


396 


797 




O 


14.149 


544 


3,304 


6.452 


281 


387 


1,336 


1,845 


2,393 


3,167 


253 


1,390 




N 


14,078 


572 


3,347 


6, 185 


365 


583 


1,087 


1,939 


2,656 


3,360 


343 


1,796 




D 


12,777 


369 


2,490 


5,911 


405 


750 


1,259 


1,593 


2,012 


3,721 


319 


1,059 


1969 


J 


9,624 


399 


1.854 


4,595 


334 


521 


878 


1,043 


1,110 


2,276 


294 


840 




F 


10,439 


319 


2,154 


4,527 


909 


243 


851 


1,436 


1.073 


2,100 


873 


1,076 




M 


1 0, 067 


377 


3,045 


3,445 


192 


200 


1,802 


1,006 


2,277 


1,592 


177 


799 




A 


15,312 


332 


4,754 


6.044 


293 


389 


2,022 


1,478 


3.733 


3,171 


238 


1,055 




M 


16,447 


571 


6,101 


6,838 


363 


446 


812 


1,316 


4,985 


4,626 


360 


1,073 




J 


13,147 


629 


3,333 


5,964 


518 


321 


913 


1,469 


2,597 


3,717 


503 


1,082 




J 


13,446 


325 


2,907 


7,309 


131 


279 


1,154 


1,341 


1,981 


3,598 


118 


1,204 




A 


11,887 


599 


2,781 


4,203 


407 


328 


1,296 


2,273 


1,710 


1,841 


387 


1,666 




S 


15,098 


620 


3,288 


5,954 


855 


404 


2,290 


1,687 


2,387 


2,511 


815 


1,339 




O 


15,684 


751 


3,700 


7,552 


857 


329 


1,317 


1,178 


1,970 


3,836 


833 


743 




N 


15,222 


476 


2,903 


6,400 


569 


587 


2,112 


2,175 


1,983 


2,794 


555 


1,901 




D 


12,716 


541 


1,783 


5,785 


490 


407 


1,909 


1,801 


1,141 


2,689 


482 


1,469 


1970 


J 


10,106 


360 


1,808 


3,824 


394 


527 


1,265 


1,928 


1,137 


1,570 


338 


1,523 




F 


9,782 


191 


1,660 


3,976 


464 


246 


1,287 


1,958 


705 


2,090 


457 


1,605 




M 


8,882 


348 


2,140 


3,341 


245 


179 


1,392 


1,237 


1,517 


1,409 


238 


978 




A 


15,270 


577 


3,378 


7,115 


391 


290 


1,884 


1,635 


2,269 


4,345 


389 


998 




M 


12,222 


610 


4,696 


3,223 


208 


70 


2,139 


1,276 


3,616 


1,291 


201 


1,010 




J 


8,108 


386 


1,654 


3,582 


167 


46 


786 


1,487 


1,251 


1,451 


164 


770 




J 


10,203 


316 


2,679 


4,114 


462 


249 


1,230 


1,153 


1,284 


1,351 


388 


827 




A 


15,375 


510 


2,331 


7,468 


1,259 


134 


1,170 


2,503 


1,322 


3,266 


1,232 


2,308 




S 


13,186 


642 


2,931 


5,411 


1,198 


104 


1,589 


1,311 


1,684 


2,479 


1,186 


918 




O 


12,131 


286 


2,217 


5,456 


1,236 


104 


1,130 


1,702 


1,011 


2,667 


1,231 


1,359 




N 


13,250 


468 


2,775 


6,490 


565 


133 


2,124 


695 


914 


3,129 


559 


469 



'Footnote and Source are at Bottom of Table 5. 



January, 1971 






Table 8: 


79 
buil ding materials 








SECTION 8 
TABLE 8 






asphalt products 




sawn 
lumber 


iron 


and steel produc 


ts 


clay products 


rigid 
insulating 
monthly board 


smooth- mineral- 
surfaced surfaced 
shingles rolls rolls 


felts 

and 
sheathings 


cast iron steel pipes, 
soil pipe tubing & 
and fittings fittings 


wire 
nails 


building structural 
brick tile 3 


or months 


prod. 


production 




prod. ' exp. 2 




production 




producers' sales 




million 
sg. ft. 


thousand sguares 


thousand 
tons 


million board feet 




thousand tons 




thousand 
millions tons 


1968 
1969 


44.81 
48.52 


320 75 67 
344 80 59 


6.64 
6.70 


931.8 599.7 
954.2 574.0 


5.2 
4.8 


89.4 
82.0 


9.0 
9.6 


44.2 3.9 
45.5 2.8 



1968 D 



44.17 



185 



74 



39 



5.48 



862.7 



604.6 



4.6 



76.5 



8.5 



30.1 



3.4 



1969 J 


43.49 


153 


42 


16 


5.24 


825.9 


482.3 


4.9 


82.3 


9.2 


28.0 


4.6 


F 


43.81 


244 


44 


42 


4.84 


960.0 


607.7 


4.9 


78.6 


8.9 


30.7 


3.1 


M 


46.03 


327 


69 


42 


5.89 


1,095.1 


727.5 


4.6 


110.7 


10.1 


38.4 


3.9 


A 


47.06 


333 


45 


45 


6.78 


1,031.5 


569.5 


4.7 


94.6 


10.0 


45.1 


3.5 


M 


51.31 


410 


62 


82 


6.75 


996.5 


664.2 


5.8 


105.9 


10.4 


52.5 


3.1 


J 


47.08 


446 


87 


70 


6.77 


979.2 


611.6 


5.5 


101.9 


10.4 


53.3 


2.9 


J 


52.33 


475 


79 


78 


6.84 


889.4 


568.2 


3.9 


90.0 


8.3 


55.5 


2.0 


A 


54.27 


420 


120 


92 


7.13 


944.7 


493.0 


4.8 


66.8 




53.6 


3.1 


S 


46.38 


431 


122 


89 


9.13 


991.5 


570.5 


5.0 


60.6 




55.8 


3.0 


O 


55.22 


430 


115 


83 


8.72 


965. 6 r 


496.0 


5.5 


63.0 




56.0 


2.3 


N 


49.57 


274 


90 


48 


6.39 


837.7 


479.9 


4.5 


56.0 




43.2 


2.6 


D 


45.64 


186 


87 


22 


5.94 


903.8 


617.5 


3.6 


73.8 




34.0 


1.9 


1970 J 


48.57 


139 


64 


69 


4.53 


916.1 


646.6 


3.3 


82.2 




18.9 


1.7 


F 


43.02 


218 


62 


43 


5.89 


964.7 


450.8 


4.0 


100.2 




23.0 


2.2 


M 


45.20 


224 


66 


24 


5.87 


1,031.3 


624.2 


3.6 


108.4 




31.9 


2.6 


A 


43.15 


282 


51 


55 


5.87 


980.2 


698.4 


3.8 


108.1 


8.9 


38.3 


1.9 


M 


42.81 


360 


51 


39 


6.05 


785.3 


642.8 


3.0 


84.7 


8.3 


36.8 


1.9 


J 


40.80 


452 


66 


68 


6.41 


880.1 


667.3 


3.0 


96.3 


8.5 


45.2 


1.0 


J 


39.51 


470 


95 


73 


5.56 


925.1 


668.0 


2.9 


78.4 


7.9 


41.8 


1.2 


A 


43.83 


422 


102 


91 


6.28 


902.8 


596.7 


3.0 


93.5 


7.9 


39.6 


1.7 


S 


38.38 


464 


112 


87 


7.84 


952.5 


644.6 


4.0 


91.2 


9.7 


43.9 


1.9 


O 


45.11 


474 


125 


105 


6.38 


996.2 


647.3 


4.1 


80.5 


10.1 


46.0 


2.7 




clay products 






gypsum products 


minera 


wool 4 


concrete products 5 




























paints. 




drain 


vitrified 


window 


wall- 








granulated 






pipe 


varnishes, 




tile 


sewer pipe 


glass 


board 


lath 


plasters 


batts 


and loose 


brick 


blocks 


and tile 


lacquers 6 


monthly 


producers' 






















factory 


averages 
or months 


sales 


production 


imports 




production 




production 




production 




sales 




thousand 


thousand 


m 


II ion 


thousand 


million 


million 






thousand 


thousand 




thousands 


feet 


sq. ft. 


square feet 


tons 


sg. ft. 


cu. ft. 


thousands 


tons 


dollars 


1968 


6,191 


505 


5,252 


59.27 


15.18 


17.0 


40.28 


0.80 


7,416 


17,446 


76.94 


17,038 


1969 


5,862 


506 


5,097 


73.34 


14.36 


16.9 


45.17 


0.80 


8,377 


21,015 


84.22 


17,485 


1968 D 


3,015 


443 


5,934 


53.14 


12.11 


12.8 


51.57 


1.11 


6,957 


13,445 


51.91 


11,923 


1969 J 


1,974 


439 


3,913 


65.71 


15.56 


18.3 


52.56 


1.05 


5,413 


1 1 , 934 


57.29 


12,935 


F 


2,555 


412 


4,740 


62.63 


12.29 


16.3 


33.75 


0.87 


4,957 


12,462 


60.58 


15,534 


M 


2,786 


499 


5,694 


67.86 


11.00 


21.1 


33.21 


0.78 


7,704 


14,860 


70.42 


18,114 


A 


3,500 


680 


5,-353 


77.81 


11.80 


17.1 


23.29 


0.55 


8,014 


17,341 


77.53 


20,189 


M 


7,160 


387 


5,799 


83.86 


12.64 


15.8 


34.80 


0.61 


8,247 


21,001 


84.53 


21,882 


J 


7,488 


459 


7,495 


64.53 


15.58 


16.3 


43.28 


0.49 


8,781 


21,709 


81.25 


21,692 


J 


9,451 


550 


5,580 


71.67 


17.31 


19.5 


52.46 


0.38 


9,384 


22,465 


95.12 


19,295 


A 


9,372 


221 


6,255 


79.80 


20.79 


18.3 


52.23 


0.54 


8,966 


20,238 


90.32 


17,397 


S 


9,036 


438 


4,203 


87.31 


14.00 


18.5 


51.95 


0.79 


8,992 


21,139 


110.02 


17,670 


O 


9,024 


864 


4,241 


81.68 


15.02 


16.3 


55.73 


1.06 


10,432 


22,447 


117.18 


17,003 


N 


5,596 


570 


5,241 


73.75 


13.86 


13.8 


57.45 


1.29 


7,899 


1 9, 705 


94.84 


13,903 


D 


2,397 


549 


2,651 


63.53 


12.48 


11.5 


51.35 


1.22 


11,732 


13,881 


71.54 


12,459 


1970 J 


6,330 


986 


2,763 


73.64 


7.36 


11.7 


34.82 


0.98 


5,100 


8,642 


64.31 


12,870 


F 


14,770 


1,310 


2,042 


66.92 


8.78 


11.5 


30.60 


0.73 


4,516 


9,979 


70.52 


15,665 


M 


18,000 


1,498 


2,359 


66.87 


8.51 


13.1 


25.21 


0.54 


5,982 


12,531 


77.84 


17,643 


A 


54,640 


1,534 


4,194 


67.17 


7.36 


14.5 


26.97 


0.31 


7,565 


14,014 


77.84 


1 9, 808 


M 


71,160 


4,040 


3,191 


59.42 


7.62 


12.6 


32.41 


0.50 


5,440 


1 1 , 764 


65.73 


21,275 


J 


85,450 


4,400 


2,771 


67.89 


11.79 


14.0 


42.78 


0.58 


8,845 


14,359 


85.87 


22,491 


J 


68,400 


2,001 


2,325 


70.52 


8.97 


14.0 


49.72 


0.49 


6,956 


13,462 


83.35 


19,919 


A 


75,180 


1,317 


2,125 


69.60 


9.18 


12.9 


39.87 


0.64 


6,850 


13,304 


92.72 


17,521 


S 


78,130 


3,364 


2,206 


71.93 


9.52 


14.4 


45.00 


0.86 


8,209 


13,974 


112.39 


17,133r 





60,480 


2,603 


2,838 


75.22 


9.88 


12.5 


57.28 


0.92 


8,565 


14,050 


117.35 


15,147 



'Monthly totals are not equivalent to annual data which include Newfoundland and Yukon and Northwest Territories for which only annual statistics are col- 
lected. 2 Planks and boards, flooring and square timber. 3 Hollow blocks including fireproofing and load-bearing tile. "For building insulation only. 
Figures cover the production of firms which normally account for 90 per cent of the total for Canada. 6 Factory sales of firms which normally account for 96% of 
total Canadian production. Source: Concrete Products (44-002), Products made from Canadian Clays (44-005), Asphalt Roofing (45-001), Rigid Insulating Board 
(36-002), Iron Castings and Cast Iron Pipes and Fittings (41-004), Steel Wire and Specified Wire Products (41-006), Gypsum Products (44-003), Mineral Wool (44-004), 
Sales of Paints, Varnishes and Lacquers (46-001), Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills (35-002), (35-003) monthly, (35-204) annual and Trade 
of Canada, Imports (65-007) , Exports (65-004), D. B. S. 



SECTION 8 80 January, 1971 

TABLE 9 

Table 9: mortgage loans approvals' 

















new housing 




























.„.; 1 1 


Jers 






dwelling uni 






existing properly 












COD Veil iiynui i 






s 












under 


National Housin 


9 Act 2 








total 












conv< 






















'ntional 




thly 










trust, 




N.H.A. 


National Housin 


g Act 






len 


ders 


mon 










ages 




other 




life 


loan and 




and 
















aver 












or months 




approved 




insurance 


other com- 




conven- 




other 




conven- 




residen- 








C.M.H. 


C. lenders 3 


total 


companies 


panies 3 


total 


tional 


C.M.H. C. 


N.h.A. 


total 


tional 


total 


tial 


other 










million dollars 










number 






million 


dollars 


1968 




38 


69 


107 


30 


50 


80 


187 


2,332 


5,134 


7,465 


7,170 


14,635 


48 


28 


1969 




46 


58 


104 


22 


60 


82 


186 


2,897 


4,058 


6,955 


6,817 


1 3, 772 


55 


36 


1968 





53 


64 


117 


28 


61 


89 


206 


3,380 


4,151 


7,531 


9,265 


16,796 


55 


32 




N 


71 


50 


121 


27 


82 


109 


230 


4,380 


3,355 


7,735 


8,829 


16,564 


60 


19 




D 


112 


68 


180 


22 


56 


78 


258 


6,523 


5,216 


11,739 


6,576 


18,315 


47 


29 


1969 


J 


36 


28 


64 


19 


63 


82 


146 


2,099 


2,133 


4,232 


7,881 


12,113 


41 


27 




F 


6 


44 


50 


23 


55 


78 


128 


325 


3,281 


3,606 


6,635 


10,241 


51 


26 




M 


34 


80 


114 


34 


72 


106 


220 


2,416 


5,818 


8,234 


9,786 


18,020 


62 


37 




A 


13 


74 


87 


42 


97 


139 


226 


656 


5,367 


6,023 


11,324 


17,347 


70 


42 




M 


52 


74 


126 


21 


96 


117 


243 


2,438 


5,018 


7,456 


9,519 


16,975 


78 


52 




J 


41 


83 


124 


30 


74 


104 


228 


2,860 


5,778 


8,638 


8,418 


17,056 


79 


36 




J 


36 


72 


108 


26 


62 


88 


196 


2,872 


5,251 


8,123 


7,323 


15,446 


66 


58 




A 


56 


42 


98 


19 


40 


59 


157 


3,428 


2,920 


6,348 


4,472 


10,820 


45 


27 




S 


44 


53 


97 


15 


36 


51 


148 


2,490 


3,160 


5,650 


4,040 


9,690 


47 


29 







50 


62 


112 


17 


51 


68 


180 


3,896 


4,250 


8,146 


5,069 


13,215 


47 


37 




N 


41 


50 


91 


8 


48 


56 


147 


2,568 


3,241 


5,809 


4,444 


10,253 


42 


26 




D 


140 


38 


178 


7 


32 


39 


217 


8,716 


2,478 


1 1 , 1 94 


2,899 


14,093 


34 


36 


1970 


J 


15 


33 


48 


4 


24 


28 


76 


930 


2,137 


3,067 


2,462 


5,529 


32 


24 




F 


19 


33 


52 


7 


30 


37 


89 


1,635 


2,229 


3,864 


2,747 


6,611 


38 


43 




M 


43 


57 


100 


17 


32 


49 


149 


1,444 


3,521 


4,965 


3,947 


8,912 


49 


20 




A 


25 


79 


104 


10 


41 


51 


155 


1,526 


4,611 


6, 137 


4,417 


1 0, 554 


51 


46 




M 


33 


86 


119 


15 


54 


69 


188 


2,200 


5,438 


7,638 


5,152 


12,790 


50 


28 




J 


34 


104 


138 


9 


36 


45 


183 


2,326 


6,347 


8,673 


2,959 


11,632 


64 


44 




J 


82 


80 


162 


6 


28 


34 


196 


6,731 


4,735 


11,466 


2,557 


14,023 


63 


47 




A 


140 


46 


186 


8r 


33 r 


41 T 


227, 


10,777 


3,066 


13,843 


2,877 


16,720 


55 


42 




S 


191 


97 


288 


7 


38 


45 


333 


13,855 


5,758 


19,613 


3,294 


22,907 


63 


32 







135 


85 


220 










9,874 


5,048 


14,922 











Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. l Dota are on a gross basis i.e. they do not take account of cancellations or altera- 

tions of loans after initial approval. J Agency loans (loans mode by other lending institutions on behalf of C.M.H.C.) are included under C.M.H.C. 'Includes 

fraternal and mutual benefit societies, Quebec savings banks and, since May 1967, chartered banks. Source: Canadian Housing Statistics, Central Mortgage ond 

Housing Corporation. 



January, 1971 










81 
















SECTION 9 




























TABLES 1 -3 










Tabl 


; 1: farm cash receipts' 


, by source 


(million 


dollars) 


























crops 














































averaqes 






wheat 


oats 


barley 


C.W.B. 


















or quarters 


total 




ncludinq 


includinq 


includinq 


net cash 




















cash 


total 


C.W. B. 


C. W. B. 


C. W. B. 


advance 


other 


suqar 












other 




receipts 


crops payments 2 


payments 2 


payments 3 


payments 


grains 3 


beets 


potatoes 


fruits 


veqetqbles tobocco 


crops 4 


1968 1 


,089.04 


434.04 


210.82 


8.02 


30.17 


+13.15 


28.19, 


3.10 


15.44 


21 


65 


23.43 


35.60 


25.19 


1969 1 


,048.90 


369.85 


134.82 


8.13 


23.82 


+39.48 


39.47 


3.89 


16.76 


21 


84 


22.67 


36.24 


22.75 


1969 1 


962.67 


366.79 


120.73 


16.09 


17.70 


+28.31 


34.87 


2.00 


13.61 


6 


53 


8.63 


1 01 . 52 


16.80 


2 


927.42 


244.84 


180.60 


8.66 


19.01 


-30.34 


30.03 


0.90 


11.15 


7 


47 


7.59 


- 


9.78 


3 1 


,186.13 


474.43 


182.17 


4.66 


24.61 


+95.12 


28.85 


1.39 


16.53 


45 


75 


53.32 


- 


22.04 


4 1 


,119.37 


393.33 


55.76 


3.10 


33.95 


+64.81 


64.12 


11.27 


25.74 


27 


63 


21.15 


43.43 


42.38 


1970 1 


958. 02 r 


322. 38r 


108.39 


3.44 


12.38 


+ 1.43 


"43.62 


2.22 


23.20 


6 


64 


r 9.35 


94 . 06 r 


17.66r 


2 


939. 60 r 


251. 47r 


151.42 r 


3.78 


46.11 r 


-53 . 54 


34.40 


0.95 


20.53 


8 


71 


r 8.15 


■ 20.11 r 


10. 83 r 


3 1 


,124.15 


418.71 


211.10 


6.81 


43.82 


-41.03 


46.94 


1.43 


20.56 


47 


70 


58.26 




23.12 










1 


vestock one 


products 
















































averaqes 




cattle 






sheep 












total forest 


dairy 




or quarters 




and 






and 


dairy 










an 


d maple si 


pplementary 


deficiency 




total 


calves 


hog 


s 


lambs 


products 


poultry 


eggs 


oth 


er 


P 


roducts 


payments 


payments 5 


1968 


620.74 


245.10 


102 


48 


2.16 


161.04 


56.99 


40.96 


12 


02 




5.45 


27.43 


1.39 


1969 


650. 74 


242.40 


115 


32 


2.20 


169.24 


62.41 


47.11 


12 


06 




4.56 


21.74 


2.00 


1969 1 


574.61 


225.42 


106 


50 


1.69 


130.50 


47.94 


47.86 


14 


70 




1.96 


13.49 


5.81 


2 


657. 02 


247.91 


111 


97 


1.02 


191.03 


52.20 r 


46.06 


6 


82 




11.44 


13.55 


0.57 


3 


676.47 


231.16 


113 


09 


2.45 


199.86 


78.37 


43.16 


8 


38 




0.50 


34.36 


0.37 


4 


694.88 


265.11 


129 


74 


3.63 


155.56 


71.12 


51.36 


18 


35 




4.36 


25.54 


1.27 


1970 1 


62 1. 68 r 


229.80 


138 


07 


1.73 


136.42 


49.12r 


50.65 


15 


89 




1.88 


10.06 


2.02 


2 


665. ?2r 


244.21 


125 


48 


0.96 


190.11 


54.58r 


42.83 


6 


95 




10.15 r 


12.65 


0.21 


3 


678.42 


243.94 


112 


72 


2.01 


191.65 


81.46 


38.16 


8 


48 




0.49 


26.52 





'Cash receipts from (arminq operations excluding supplementary payments. Excludes Newfoundland. Represents participation payments made by the Canadian 
Wheat Board direct to producers on crops delivered in previous years. 'Includes rye, flaxseed, rapeseed, soybeans and corn. includes clover and grass seed, 

hay, clover, greenhouse products, mustard seed, sunflower seed, hops, dry beans and dry peas and miscellaneous products. 'Made under the authority of the 

Agricultural Stabilization Act. Source: Farm Cash Receipts (21-001), D. B. S. 



Table 2: farm cash receipts', by province (million dollars) 



guarterly 




















averages 




















or quarters 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968 


8.63 


13.72 


12.31 


159.18 


329.34 


91.24 


223.16 


200.25 


51.21 


1969 


9.47 


15.75 


12.94 


169.52 


341.48 


88.13 


179.02 


182.39 


50.18 


1969 1 


8.68 


12.98 


11.20 


130.27 


354.86 


72.97 


157.34 


1 72 . 96 


41.41 


2 


10.00 


15.03 


13.03 


171.96 


285.00 


77.07 


148.42 


167.70 


39.20 


3 


8.94 


18.58 


12.90 


201.20 


363.05 


99.45 


236.76 


189.62 


55.64 


4 


10.26 


16.42 


14.64 


174.67 


363.02 


103.03 


173.58 


199.28 


64.47 


1970 1 


13.06r 


15.24r 


15.10 


140. 16r 


354. 89 r 


72.55r 


140.44 


1 64 . 89 r 


41.70r 


2 


12.37r 


14.47r 


17.19r 


175. 12 r 


306. 19r 


72.70, 


149.23 r 


153. 12r 


39.22 r 


3 


9.20 


17.76 


12.77 


197.71 


352.14 


86.84 


203.09 


189.37 


55.28 



'See footnotes at end of Table 1. 



Table 3: farm implement and equipment sales at wholesale prices, by province' (million dollars) 



guarterly 








all machines 2 












repai 


r parts 










































averages 




Atlantic 
















Atlantic 














or quarters 


Canada 3 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Canada 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968 


84.98 


2.66 


10.14 


19.73 


9.95 


21.48 


18.57 


2.46 


15.70 


.62 


2.22 


3.78 


1.51 


3.75 


3.12 


.70 


1969 


85.26 


2.98 


13.55 


22.04 


8.85 


17.70 


17.42 


2.74 


16.63 


.62 


2.75 


4.13 


1.69 


3.52 


3.17 


.74 


1969 1 


28.23 


.75 


3.71 


8.37 


2.97 


5.84 


5.57 


1.02 


14.29 


.63 


2.35 


3.85 


1.23 


2.93 


2.54 


.76 


2 


100.97 


3.21 


12.98 


26.89 


10.54 


21.02 


22.04 


4.29 


18.01 


.54 


2.93 


4.22 


1.71 


3.85 


3.94 


.82 


3 


137.40 


4.56 


22.04 


33.45 


13.02 


28.69 


31.50 


4.14 


22.90 


.80 


3.20 


4.83 


2.53 


6.20 


4.53 


.81 


4 


99.10 


4.10 


18.81 


27.93 


10.46 


18.62 


16.65 


2.53 


11.42 


.57 


2.64 


3.46 


1.29 


1.24 


1.70 


.52 


1970 1 


21.60 


1.28 


3.78 


6.95 


1.95 


3.31 


3.16 


1.17 


13.59 


.88 


2.30 


3.90 


1.08 


2.37 


2.09 


.97 


2 


75.21 


3.77 


10.73 


22.29 


8.00 


14.16 


13.71 


2.55 


16.12 


.69 


2.41 


4.74 


1.51 


2.70 


3.44 


.63 


3 


116.31 


4.50 


18.57 


30.15 


10.73 


24.90 


24.11 


3.35 


23.81 


.80 


3.61 


4.88 


2.57 


6.14 


5.10 


.71 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 'The estimates for the current year are subject to revision since the factors used in the blow-up are 
based on the previous years' operations and may chanqe when the current annual totals for all firms are known the following year. 2 Excludinq trucks. 3 The totol 
value of all machines shown in this table is qreater than the value shown for farm machinery in section 10, table 3 which covers wholesalers proper only. The above 
table covers all sales to users and includes sales by manufacturers throuqh their aqents as well as the sales of importers and other dealers made directly to users. 
Even thouqh sales are to users, i.e. farmers, values are stated at wholesale prices, i.e. cost to dealers. Source: Farm Implement and Equipment Sales (63-009), 
D. B. S. 



SECTION 9 










82 












January, 1971 


TABLES 4 ond 5 






























Table 4: 


inspected s 


ouqhter and 


cold storage 


stocks 










»„*u., 




inspected slaughter (thousands) 






cold stora 


?e stocks, end o: 


period (mill 


on pounds) l 




averages 






sheep and 








mutton 


pork, 


pork, cured 




or 


months 


cattle 


calves 


lambs 


hogs 


beef 


veal 


and lamb 


total 


or in cure 


poultry 1 


1968 




232 


56 


24 


619 


44.6 


4.7 


11.6 


25.9 


4.8 


54.8 


1969 




227 


48 


17 


581 


48.3 


4.5 


13.6 


16.6 




51.5 


1969 


F 


216 


39 


15 


538 


41.9 


3.6 


8.5 


33.1 


7.0 


59.3 




M 


257 


80 


15 


708 


39.0 


3.6 


8.0 


35.5 


6.7 


53.3 




A 


191 


83 


10 


571 


38.1 


4.0 


11.7 


42.2 


6.3 


48.1 




M 


197 


60 


10 


545 


35.9 


3.8 


12.6 


39.5 


6.0 


41.0 




J 


241 


54 


14 


640 


33.6 


3.7 


10.6 


36.1 


6.2 


37.3 




J 


189 


34 


14 


475 


35.1 


3.8 


7.4 


30.7 


5.9 


40.0 




A 


204 


33 


18 


499 


37.3 


3.5 


8.8 


28.0 


5.9 


52.5 




S 


287 


44 


32 


653 


44.5 


4.7 


9.4 


26.8 


5.7 


73.3 







231 


37 


24 


551 


54.7 


4.7 


11.0 


30.3 


5.5 


79.0 




N 


229 


37 


22 


563 


63.5 


4.7 


12.0 


30.7 


6.4 


90.1 




D 


265 


41 


21 


723 


48.3 


4.5 


13.6 


16.6 




51.5 


1970 


J 


229 


34 


14 


611 


48.3 


3.9 


11.9 


16.3 




53.0 




F 


185 


29 


10 


587 


42.2 


3.4 


9.8 


21.6 






51.5 




M 


234 


65 


13 


748 


37.3 


3.4 


11.7 


22.3 






46.8 




A 


204 


67 


10 


658 


39.3 


3.7 


14.0 


28.5 






46.0 




M 


205 


58 


9 


545 


36.3 


4.3 


11.0 


30.3 






42.6 




J 


247 


51 


14 


730 


35.3 


4.5 


13.0 


29.6 






42.7 




J 


216 


32 


13 


607 


39.7 


5.0 


17.2 


25.3 






48.3 




A 


211 


30 


17 


597 


45.1 


4.9 


18.6 


22.5 






58.7 




S 


297 


39 


25 


826 


52.3 


4.8 


18.2 


20.7 






76.7 







218 


32 


20 


718 


47. 9 r 


5.4 


16.1 


26. 3 r 






94. 5 r 




N 


233 


32 


19 


765 


47.2 


6.1 


14.0 


27.8 






109.4 



'Stocks of fresh and cured meats previously reported in this publication are no longer collected and therefore not available. 2 Excludes stocks in (railway) 

transit after June 30, 1968. Source: Stocks of Dairy and Poultry Products (32-009); Stocks of Meat Products (32-012), D. B. S., Livestock ond Meat Trode Report, 
Dept. of Agriculture. 



Table 5: selected agricultural prices and price ratios 







price index 
































of com- 
modities 
and 










farm 












prices 




,. 








s in Canado 2 




p 


rice ratios 






hogs 
(Toronto) 






mon t 


ny ur 






tarm wage 


prices of 


index of 


barley 


beef 


beef 








quaner ly 


services 


eguipment 


farm 






agricul- 


steers, 






averages 


used by 


and 


family 


with 


without 


tural 


livestock 


to hogs. 


cattle 


cattle 


good, 


index 8 


barley 5 1 


oats S2 


or months 


farmers 1 


materials 1 


living 1 


board 


board 


products 3 


feed prices 


Winnipeg 4 


to hogs s 


to lambs 6 


Toronto 7 


100 


feed 


C.W. 
















1961 


1935-39 








































(1935-39-100) 




dollars 


per month 


-100 


-100 








dollars pe 


r 100 lbs. 


dollars per bushel 


1968 




338.9 


271.3 


266.1 


208 


262 


113.7 


252.8 


19.9 


120.6 


91.2 


27.01 


29.80 


1.16 


0.92 


1969 




354.0 


278.1 


272.4 


228 


276 


115.9 


241.1 


28.2 


110.7 


89.4 


29.52 


36.69 


1.00 


0.78 


1969 


J 


347.1 


276.3 


269.8 


210 


260 


112.9 


268.9 


23.9 


105.2 


80.9 


26.86 


34.02 


1.07 


0.89 




F 












113.2 


269.0 


25.0 


103.4 


81.6 


26.94 


34.74 


1.06 


0.88 




M 












112.9 


263.6 


25.6 


116.0 


82.5 


27.91 


32.08 


0.99 


0.83 




A 


355^3 


28G\9 


271.5 






114.0 


261.2 


24.6 


128.3 


84.9 


29.85 


31.03 


0.98 


0.84 




M 








236 


282 


117.6 


256.3 


27.2 


132.0 


92.8 


33.52 


33.86 


0.98 


0.83 




J 












120.3 


255.5 


30.1 


120.9 


87.4 


34.17 


37.68 


0.98 


0.78 




J 












120.0 


248.6 


30.0 


119.5 


88.8 


32.87 


36.67 


0.98 


0.74 




A 


359.7 


277.1 


275^9 


237 


285 


117.5 


214.7 


30.7 


110.0 


98.7 


30.24 


36.64 


0.98 


0.70 




S 












116.3 


213.1 


31.8 


101.5 


104.2 


28.99 


38.09 


0.99 


0.70 

















115.3 


212.6 


30.1 


98.8 


100.3 


27.73 


37.43 


1.00 


0.70 




N 








t a 




114.7 


213.8 


29.1 


97.5 


89.7 


27.18 


37.17 


1.00 


0.72 




D 








■■ 




115.2 


216.5 


30.0 


95.9 


80.9 


27.93 


38.83 


1.00 


0.72 


1970 


J 


357.8 


279.2 


275.6 


227 


282 


115.4 


220.1 


29.8 


99.1 


83.4 


29.07 


39.10 


1.00 


0.73 




F 












116.6 


225.7 


29.8 


105.2 


88.6 


31.16 


39.51 


1.02 


0.74 




M 
















116.7 


224.8 


26.7 


116.2 


90.1 


31.76 


36.42 


1.02 


0.74 




A 
















115.3 


224.0 


23.8 


127.6 


94.7 


31.82 


33.26 


1.04 


0.75 




M 












242 


291 


115.0 


218.7 


23.7 


126.2 


74.8 


31.76 


33.55 


1.05 


0.76 




J 
















115.2 


215.6 


22.7 


122.4 


77.1 


30.67 


33.40 


1.06 


0.76 




J 
















113.9 


213.9 


21.4 


124.6 


85.7 


30.55 


32.69 


1.07 


0.77 




A 












245 


292 


112.2 


217.2 


19.7 


133.2 


94.5 


30.12 


30.15 


1.11 


0.80 




S 
















110.3 


224.1 


17.8 


134.3 


103.7 


29.93 


29.72 


1.22 


0.93 




O 
















110.1 


224.4 


15.8 


142.6 


104.0 


29.50 


27.57 


1.24 


0.89 




N 


















222.1 


15.5 


148.1 


104.5 


29.97 


26.98 







1 These indexes are available for January, April and August only. 'Average rates of cash wages paid per month to male hired help on farms. They reflect 

average of wages paid to all male farm help regardless of age and skill. Data available for Jan., May and Aug. only. 'Excl. of NFLD. Western grain prices used 
in the construction of the Index prior to Aug 1, 1967 are final. From Aug 1, 1967 to date, the western grain prices used in the Index are initial prices only for wheat, 
oats and barley. "The number of bushels of No. 1 feed borley, or cwt of mixed feed, that egual in volue 100 lbs. of Grade B live hog. Effective January 1969, 

equal in value to 100 lbs. of Index 100 live hog. 'Price of 100 lbs. good steer as a % of the price of 100 lbs. live hog, Grade B, or good lamb. Effective January 
1969, as a % of the price of 100 lbs. live hog, Index 100. 'Price of 100 lbs. good steer as a % of the price of 100 lbs. good lamb. 'Quotations refer to steers all 
weights. 'Grade "B" hogs. Effective Jan 1969 prices based on Index 100, hogs. Sources: Price Index Numbers of Commodities and Services Used by Farmers 

(62-004); Farm Wages in Canada (21-002) Occasional; Course Grains Quarterly (22-001); Index Numbers of Farm Prices of Agricultural Products (62-003), D. B. S. 
and Livestock ond Meat Trade Report, Dept. of Agriculture. 



January, 


1971 












83 














SECTION 9 






























TABLES 6 and 7 














Table 6: 


exports of i 


grains and 


livestock 


products 
































livestock prodi 


jets (mill 


ion pounds] 








thly 






grains 1 


(million 


bushels) 




















mon 
















averaqes 
















beef, veal 












eqgs in 


or months 




flour 












fresh. 


bacon 






skim 




the shell 








in terms 












chilled 


hams and 


canned 




milk 




(million 






wheat 


of wheat 


oats 


borley 


rye 


flaxseed 


rapeseed 


or frozen 


shoulders 


meats 


cheese 


powder 


poultry 


dozens) 2 


1968 




28.19 


2.06 


0.25 


2.53 


0.45 


0.93 


1.15 


4.17 


0.40 


0.30 


3.69 


10.56 


0.04 


0.06 


1969 




21.39 


1.96 


0.18 


2.58 


0.21 


1.36 


1.26 


3.95 


0.35 


0.20 


3.00 


19,86 


0.10 


0.07 


1968 





26.05 


2.44 


0.12 


1.38 


1.43 


0.96 


1.27 


5.28 


0.36 


0.44 


6.98 


27.81 


0.12 


0.04 




N 


23.36 


2.30 


0.47 


2.45 


0.90 


1.74 


1.86 


4.27 


0.45 


0.36 


7.56 


11.11 


0.10 


0.04 




D 


16.11 


1.66 


0.29 


1.06 


0.08 


0.82 


0.40 


3.37 


0.45 


0.37 


5.59 


40.20 


0.05 


0.03 


1969 


J 


18.86 


1.22 


0.21 


2.06 


0.14 


0.94 


1.10 


3.36 


0.33 


0.13 


3.96 


12.68 


0.05 


0.03 




F 


24.19 


2.08 


0.24 


0.52 


0.05 


1.37 


0.85 


3.41 


0.29 


0.11 


2.16 


2.64 


0.04 


0.02 




M 


24.01 


2.76 


0.24 


0.27 


0.16 


1.11 


1.04 


3.44 


0.34 


0.17 


1.03 


4.77 


0.03 


0.03 




A 


10.42 


1.04 


0.11 


2.11 


0.12 


0.78 


1.22 


3.02 


0.30 


0.09 


8.90 


9.68 


0.02 


0.05 




M 


30.40 


1.43 


0.31 


2.99 


0.14 


2.05 


1.49 


3.95 


0.30 


0.25 


0.66 


24.51 


0.07 


0.05 




J 


24.02 


1.83 


0.09 


4.20 


0.14 


1.34 


0.96 


2.98 


0.30 


0.20 


1.53 


26.04 


0.12 


0.07 




J 


26.61 


3.12 


0.19 


1.14 


0.33 


1.28 


1.40 


3.27 


0.31 


0.19 


0.42 


27.80 


0.05 


0.05 




A 


13.07 


2.31 


0.10 


0. 11 


0.34 


1.64 


0.86 


2.66 


0.32 


0.12 


0.34 


29.16 


0.03 


0.12 




S 


21.02 


1.22 


0.17 


2.39 


0.12 


0.64 


1.49 


3.73 


0.32 


0.19 


2.01 


12.96 


0.03 


0.09 







18.84 


2.23 


0.12 


3.82 


0.24 


0.98 


1.08 


4.71 


0.45 


0.21 


3.45 


19.46 


0.17 


0.06 




N 


22.95 


1.86 


0.29 


6.54 


0.43 


2.60 


1.90 


5.58 


0.40 


0.26 


4.56 


15.26 


0.35 


0.05 




D 


22.35 


2.43 


0.14 


4.80 


0.37 


1.56 


1.77 


7.34 


0.54 


0.45 


6.94 


53.35 


0.21 


0.28 


1970 


J 


26.44 


2.52 


0.20 


2.67 


0.11 


1.82 


2.00 


7.19 


0.38 


0.31 


2.68 


51.63 


0.18 


2.17 




F 


18.89 


2.08 


0.22 


3.62 


0.12 


0.75 


1.73 


6.70 


0.35 


0.32 


2.28 


39.26 


0.18 


2.03 




M 


22.46 


2.60 


0.16 


3.75 


0.19 


0.40 


1.56 


6.61 


0.43 


0.14 


1.15 


29.40 


0.16 


0.80 




A 


33.25 


2.44 


0.10 


9.20 


0.38 


1.18 


2.79 


8.03 


0.41 


0.14 


2.05 


20.42 


0.08 


0.11 




M 


36.20 


2.44 


0.23 


13.57 


0.53 


3.35 


2.23 


7.38 


0.62 


0.17 


5.70 


25.83 


0.19 


0.06 




J 


40.00r 


3.10 


3.03 


12.91 


0.51 


1.78 


2.49 


7.34 


1.36 


0.21 


3.99 


2 0.76 


0.15 


0.14 




J 


44.07 


1.72r 


0.36 


19.33 


0.49 


1.91 


2.30 


6.03 


0.28 


0.15 


2.38 


20.15 


0.22 


0.15 




A 


44.87 


0.83 


0.27 


12.55 


0.44 


1.20 


1.02 


6.78 


0.28 


0.10 


2.08 


7.63 


0.29 


0.37 




S 


35.31 


1.86 


0.35 


19.17 


0.17 


0.74 


0.85 


6.98 


0.27 


0.11 


1.10 


17.81 


0.27 


0.52 







44.64 


3.46 


0.45 


21.68 


0.05 


1.36 


2.68 


6.81 


0.36 


0.21 


3.34 


18.65 


0.25 


0.13 



'Annual data for grains are crop year averages. 
Trade of Canada, Exports (65-004), D. B. S. 



includes eggs for hotching. 



Sources: Coarse Grains Quarterly (22-001), Wheat Review (22-005) and 



Table 7: milk, milk products and egqs 





production 


fluid soles 




production i 


jf dairy factories 






cold storage stock 


s 1 


net 
production 4 


monthly 


milk 




cheddar 


evaporated 






cheddar 


evaporated 












averages 
or months 


total milk 2 


and cream 


butter 


cheese 


whole milk 5 


cream mix 


butter 3 


cheese 3 


whole milk 5 


eggs 


































thousand 








million 








million pounds 






gals. 




million pounds 




dozens 


1968 


1,525 


427 


27.93 


13.82 


24.72 


2,325 


62.49 


84.29 


35.82 


37.7 


1969 


1,555 


424 


29.15 


13.97 


23.49 


2,423 


90.02 


80.97 


43.07 


39.3 


1968 


1,599 


437 


30.43 


16.19 


23.14 


1,958 


75.03 


94.65 


44.82 


37.1 


N 


1,273 


425 


20.69 


10.74 


19.10 


1,663 


71.58 


87.97 


42.58 


37.8 


D 


1,180 


431 


17.77 


8.59 


16.08 


1,690 


62.49 


84.29 


35.82 


39.0 


1969 J 


1,118 


421 


16.22 


7.18 


19.36 


1,4 96 


51.65 


81.07 


30.55 


40.4 


F 


1,017 


395 


14.03 


5.83 


16.11 


1,699 


40.68 


76.50 


20.55 


37.0 


M 


1,293 


436 


19.63 


8.46 


24.36 


2,159 


32.40 


60.60 


15.96 


41.0 


A 


1,579 


414 


29.20 


12.68 


26.03 


2,345 


35.22 


65.49 


13.53 


39.5 


M 


1,828 


436 


36.12 


17.12 


28.46 


2,906 


45.32 


67.28 


25.94 


40.9 


J 


2,100 


413 


46.17 


23.25 


32.79 


3,272 


64.90 


79.52 


39.87 


39.2 


J 


2,029 


416 


44.31 


22.02 


27.52 


3,739 


80.07 


89.47 


46.35 


39.4 


A 


1,879 


423 


39.74 


19.21 


24.61 


3,380 


93.10 


92.51 


51.46 


38.7 


S 


1,756 


430 


35.75 


16.82 


26.37 


2,587 


104.04 


96.20 


54.22 


36.9 





1,557 


434 


29.47 


14.87 


22.02 


1,962 


106.78 


87.22 


50.60 


37.8 


N 


1,247 


419 


20.13 


10.52 


15.90 


1,694 


99.74 


82.26 


51.15 


38.9 


D 


1,258 


451 


19.07 


9.72 


18.34 


1,832 


90.02 


80.97 


43.07 


41.4 


1970 J 


1,172 


439 


16.82 


8.58 


17.17 


1,650 


82.55 


79.06 


38.10 


42.6 


F 


1,077 


407 


14.87 


7.79 


.14.37 


1,724 


73.43 


76.26 


27.57 


38.5 


M 


1,309 


446 


19.96 


9.95 


17.16 


2,118 


66.15 


70.92 


23.48 


42.8 


A 


1,567 


422 


28.39 


13.33 


20.40 


2,387 


69.10 


61.57 


23.44 


41.9 


M 


1,795 


426 


35.46 


17.74 


26.95 


2,825 


75.65 


60.73 


28.65 


43.0 


J 


2,054 


430 


45.62 


22.40 


31.70 


3,520 


90.54 


67.18 


26.74 


40.6 


J 


1,936 


428 


40.94 


19.35 


25.28 


3,713 


106.65 


73.74 


35.42 


40.8 


A 


1,742 


425 


36.20 


18.29 


22.86 


3,451 


116.20 


74.96 


41.41 


40.2 


S 


1,655 


431 


32.69 


15.87 


23.18 


2,634 


118.38 


73.54 


40.06 


38.6 









27.99 


14.09 


21.43 


2,045 


116. 75r 


67.66r 


39.99r 


40.0 


N 






18.14 


12.17 


16.76 


1,838 


104.33 


64.42 


32.69 


40.3 



As at end of period. Last month is preliminary. 2 Milk eguivalents of cottage cheese are not included in the monthly figures but are included in the 

monthly averages. includes butter and cheese imported and in (railway) transit through June 30, 1968. 'Exclusive of Newfoundland; includes hatching eggs. 

'Includes case and bulk. Sources: Dairy Factory Production (32-002), Dairy Review (23-001), Stocks of Dairy and Poultry Products (32-009), Production of 

Eggs (23-003), D. B. S. 



SECTION 9 












84 












January, 1971 


TABLES 8 and 9 






































Table 8: 


fisheries statistics 1 


(million pounds) 




















landings 


of sea fish 




















monthly 


Canada, 2 - 
total value 
















exports by country 3 




by type 


stocks, 


overoQes 






















exports 


or months 


(thousand 


total 
















United 








end of 








dollars) 


quantity 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


B.C. 


total 


States 


other 


salmon 


lobster 


period 4 


1968 


14,220 


231.0 


78.5 


4.0 


66.5 


44.6 


15.9 


21.5 


59.4 


45.4 


14.0 


5.6 


1.7 


81.2 


1969 


13,350 


210.0 


75.0 


4.3 


57.5 


43.9 


16.0 


13.3 


53.9 


40.5 


13.4 


5.6 


1.7 


62.7 


1968 


10,787 


180.8 


38.0 


6.7 


49.9 


49.6 


20.7 


15.9 


92.3 


72.8 


19.5 


7.8 


0.5 


108.9 


N 


6,461 


136.3 


39.4 


2.8 


29.3 


27.5 


17.0 


5.2 


66.3 


41.5 


24.8 


9.7 


0.3 


94.7 


D 


10,587 


269.0 


124.6 


1.6 


40.9 


97.7 


2.7 


1.5 


53.6 


37.4 


16.2 


8.3 


2.5 


81.2 


1969 J 


4,773 


172.0 


120.2 


1.0 


34.5 


14.7 


0.1 


1.6 


45.1 


31.5 


13.7 


8.7 


1.7 


68.8 


F 


4,398 


163.8 


104.3 


0.7 


49.9 


4.6 


0.3 


3.9 


41.3 


25.7 


15.7 


8.2 


1.0 


23.6 


M 


5,504 


142.4 


82.2 


0.2 


50.4 


2.4 


0.4 


7.0 


46.6 


35.6 


11.0 


5.1 


1.1 


47.6 


A 


7,771 


131.7 


54.6 


1.3 


43.8 


11.2 


13.8 


7.0 


41.3 


27.9 


13.4 


5.6 


2.0 


47.4 


M 


20,332 


201.5 


56.0 


7.5 


53.2 


42.2 


28.0, 


14.6 


42.3 


28.7 


13.5 


4.7 


2.6 


58.4 


J 


22,712 


310.4 


124.8 


7.1 


88.0 


49.2 


22.4 


20.4 


56.0 


46.7 


9.3 


2.9 


4.6 


79.9 


J 


31,847 


437.4 


144.0 


7.3 


90.2 


108.7 


40.4 


46.8 


66.1 


57.3 


8.8 


4.5 


2.7 


95.4 


A 


22,857 


382.4 


82.0 


6.2 


98.0 


135.7 


30.2 


30.3 


70.2 


52.7 


17.6 


4.6 


1.2 


107.0 


S 


16,247 


252.5 


46.6 


5.5 


65.2 


92.6 


19.7 


22.8 


69.6 


55.4 


14.2 


7.4 


0.7 


105.1 





10,155r 


139. 2r 


32.1 r 


4.5r 


37. 5r 


32.9, 


18.6 


13. 6r 


71.7 


56.8 


14.8 


2.4 


0.4 


90.4 


N 


7,905 


147.4 


45.1 


5.2 


37.7 


35.9 


18.8 


4.7 


47.8 


35.2 


12.5 


5.2 


0.3 


76.9 


D 


11,812 


156.8 


99.7 


5.2 


38.5 


9.1 


2.1 


2.3 


48.7 


32.3 


16.4 


8.3 


2.6 


62.7 


1970 J 


3,609 


125.3 


87.2 


3.0 


31.1 


1.7 


_ 


2.4 


52.5 


37.3 


15.2 


5.6 


2.9 


53.3 


F 


4,328 


128.4 


85.1 


0.7 


33.6 


4.1 


0.2 


4.5 


34.1 


24.8 


9.3 


2.7 


0.7 


49.6 


M 


5,458 


154.8 


100.2 


0.5 


45.9 


1.5 


0.2 


6.5 


46.9 


37.7 


9.2 


2.7 


1.7 


42.4 


A 


7,877 


135.7 


66.0 


0.9 


26.5 


7.9 


19.7 


6.5 


42.0 


31.8 


10.2 


1.8 


1.7 


38.6 


M 


1 9, 054 


173.2 


56.5 


10.0 


40.3 


31.1 


21.4 


13.8 


47.6 


37.2 


10.4 


0.7 


2.9 


46.1 


J 


22,712 


198.3 


73.7 


7.8 


47.8 


28.9 


19.8 


20.4 


42.8 


37.6 


5.2 


1.4 


4.9 


62.3 


J 


32,419 


300.3 


108.9 


2.6 


42.4 


22.1 


62.9 


61.4 


60.2 


54.0 


6.2 


2.9 


2.3 


76.0 


A 


34,893 


437.0 


55.4 


16.0 


111.8 


143.3 


47.1 


63.2 


61.6 


51.2 


10.4 


5.1 


1.2 


83.6 


S 


1 9, 1 96 


279.0 


39.4 


9.8 


78.4 


84.6 


40.4 


26.5 


51.6 


42.1 


9.5 


4.2 


0.6 


89.2 r 





13,886 


242.5 


31.3 


23.1 


65.6 


78.6 


25.5 


18.5 


69.9 


52.5 


17.4 


7.7 


0.4 


84.3 



'Monthly totals for current years ore not equivalent to annual data due to receipt of additionnal statistics which cannot be allocated by months. 'Includes 

also seaweeds and other species such as whales, worms etc. 3 Exports include sea and freshwater fish and shellfish products but exclude bait, meol, oils, 

offal, livers, fish roe n.e. s. ond fishery foods and feeds n.e. s. 'Total holdings (all forms) of frozen fish commencing October 1969 excludes freshwoter species. 
Sources: Monthly Review of Canadian Fisheries Statistics (24-002), Fish Freezing and Stocks (24-001), Trade of Conoda, Exports (65-004), D. B. S. 



Table 9: manufactured food 









wheat flour 










shortening 3 




salad 


oils 




oat- 












mar 


garine 


















nthly 
















stocks, 




stocks, 




meal and 




mo 














overages 
or months 


prod 


jction 


exports' 


prod- 


ship- 


prod- 


ship- 


end of 
period 4 


ship- 


end of 
period 4 


5 


rolled 
oats 


process 
cheese 








uction 


ments 


uction 


ments 


ments 


sausage 






%of 


'000 


'000 
















































capacity 


cwt. 


cwt. 










mi llion 


pounds 










1968 




78.5 


3,142 


915 


16.03 


16.21 


23.50 


23.53 


15.57 


7.21 


6.37 


5.95 


6.65 


7.27 


1969 




74.4 


3,192 


859 


16.98 


16.92 


25.29 


25.26 


16.65 


7.16 


6.16 


20.78 


5.99 


8.13 


1968 


A 


76.2 


3,245 


1,125 


13.83 


14.61 


23.18 


23.60 


16.61 


7.18 


5.14 


6.32 


4.96 


7.77 




S 


82.5 


3,094 


928 


16. 18 


17.00 


24.88 


25.28 


16.21 


7.65 


5.63 


6.25 


8.18 


9.50 







83.2 


3,623 


1,063 


20.66 


19.86 


27.28 


28.75 


14.74 


8.18 


5.97 


6.45 


9.62 


8.68 




N 


75.8 


3,179 


1,002 


17.45 


17.15 


25.81 


25.04 


15.50 


7.59 


6.13 


6.13 


7.23 


6.73 




D 


69.2 


2,891 


723 


15.95 


16.29 


21.49 


21.42 


15.57 


6.41 


6.37 


6.06 


8.19 


7.80 


1969 


J 


80.0 


3,467 


684 


17.62 


17.26 


25.00 


23.62 


16.95 


6.99 


7.11 


20.14 


7.96 


5.11 




F 


74.8 


3,041 


903 


17.12 


17.44 


24.09 


23.91 


17.14 


8.56 


6.81 


19.66 


7.12 


6.72 




M 


69.7 


3,036 


1,200 


18.10 


16.25 


24.94 


23.24 


18.83 


7.43 


7.44 


19.79 


3.98 


8.19 




A 


62.9 


2,722 


454 


17.24 


17.20 


23.06 


23.86 


18.04 


7.29 


7.52 


19.78 


4.27 


7.48 




M 


73.2 


3,2 94 


622 


15.60 


16.48 


27.72 


26.21 


19.55 


7.53 


5.51 


22.75 


5.04 


8.48 




J 


68.4 


2,902 


798 


15.82 


15.18 


25.09 


26.51 


18.13 


6.32 


5.70 


22.84 


5.14 


8.83 




J 


71.7 


3,127 


1,356 


13.22 


14.52 


22.52 


24.58 


16.08 


6.29 


6.12 


24.65 


5.83 


7.03 




A 


74.3 


3,232 


1,003 


14.94 


14.53 


27.47 


28.66 


14.89 


6.08 


5.42 


23.40 


6.06 


8.90 




S 


81.6 


3,412 


530 


17.91 


17.18 


25.05 


26.92 


14.20 


7.86 


5.54 


20.38 


7.85 


10.01 




O 


81.7 


3,562 


970 


18.94 


19.85 


29.12 


28.75 


14.57 


7.58 


5.48 


18.82 


8.27 


10.22 




N 


81.2 


3,268 


810 


21.02 


20.63 


32.40 


31.43 


15.55 


7.24 


5.70 


19.15 


4.93 


8.77 




D 


73.8 


3,220 


1,058 


16.22 


16.56 


24.60 


24.26 


15.88 


6.73 


5.53 


18.02 


5.45 


7.80 


1970 


J 


79.8 


3,529 


1,097 


16.79 


14.87 


24.73 


23.02 


17.60 


7.28 


5.05 


19.96 


7.40 


6.19 




F 


77.5 


3,030 


903 


19.05 


19.00 


29.32 


27.70 


19.22 


8.67 


5.13 


19.57 


7.88 


7.20 




M 


77.3 


3,233 


1,130 


16.08 


17.11 


24.19 


22.88 


20.54 


7.81 


5.02 


19.80 


10.18 


8.58 




A 


73.3 


3,194 


1,061 


16.57 


15.76 


25.13 


25.59 


20.08 


7.88 


5.77 


21.52 


6.54 


7.04 




M 


82.8 


3,480 


1,062 


14.41 


16.07 


26.42 


26.80 


19.69 


5.64 


7.03 


23.49 


3.94 


7.86 




J 


74.8 


3,268 


1,349 


17.05 


15.84 


27.64 


26.74 


20.59 


7.23 


6.89 


25.57 


8.04 


8.83 




J 


J3.4 


3,212 


750 r 


12.95 


13.53 


23.61 


25.18 


19.03 


6.62 


5.61 


25.18 


5.70 


7.08 




A 


79.8 


3,376 


363 


14.25 


13.45 


27.42 


28.32 


18.12 


6.08 


6.31 


24.11 


7.90 


10.06 




S 


87.9 


3,587 


811 


16.60 


18.23 


27.99 


28.34 


17.78 


7.91 


6.07 


21.85 


9.75 


12.42 




O 


77.1 


3,282 


1,506 


18.75 


17.98 


30.27 


29.12 


18.93 


8.77 


6.03 


19.78 


6.98 





Note: Footnotes ond notes on next page. 



January, 1971 



85 



SECTION 9 
TABLES 9 and 10 



Table 9: manufactured food -concluded 





cereals 






tea. 












salad 


prepared 


mixes, 




biscuits, 




quarterly 


ready to 




peanut 


blended, 


coffee. 


macaroni, 


macaroni, 


dressing & 


cake 


all o 


ther b 


iscuits, plain 


chewing 


averages 


serve 




butter 


packed 


roosted 


etc. 


dry 


etc 


. cooke 


d mayonnaise 


mixes 


flour 


based 


soda & fancy 


gum 






















































1 


■nillion poun 


ds 














1968 


30, 


,90 




13.73 


13.78 


25.49 


43, 


,63 




11.53 


15.62 


15.2 


25, 


,6 


14. 


32 70.20 


7.80 


1969 


32. 


19 




12.54 


10.61 


24.25 


42. 


,79 




13.57 


16.41 


14.8 


27 


.0 


14. 


67 75.12 


8.36 


1968 4 


30, 


,07 




15.26 


15.20 


26.23 


50, 


04 




9.57 


11.33 


18.3 


25 


.4 


13. 


99 73.24 


7.44 


1969 1 


31, 


,46 




12.31 


11.71 


24.49 


45, 


,70 




15.26 


16.47 


16.3 


24 


.3 


17. 


21 71.49 


7.94 


2 


34. 


55 




13.27 


12.34 


25.08 


42, 


68 




16.61 


21.95 


14.5 


26, 


,8 


11. 


71 73.14 


9.71 


3 


31. 


92 




12.74 


7.71 


20.93 


36, 


58 




8.61 


15.54 


13.6 


28 


.9 


14. 


93 76.56 


8.33 


4 


30. 


84 




11.86 


10.68 


26.49 


46. 


20 




13.81 


11.69 


14.9 


28, 


,2 


14. 


84 79.31 


7.47 


1970 1 


31. 


88 




12.15 


12.78 


23.62 


47. 


96 




16.64 


15.88 


15.2 


27, 


8 


15. 


65 69.52 


8.63 


2 


34. 


90 




15.25 


12.35 


21.79 


40. 


67 




15.64 


24.88 


13.4 


31. 


6 


11. 


88 71.33 


10.58 


3 


35. 


50 




12.19 


11.07 


21.95 


35. 


50 




4.96 


16.03 


13.2 


32, 


.2 


14. 


14 77.62 


8.80 












chocolate 






peanuts, 


















quarterly 




cococ 


i powder 


confec- 


sugar 




salt 


:ed & 


lams 






soups, 






soft 


averages 




1 


!tor 


sale) 


tionery* 


confectionery 


roasted 


and jellies 


marmalades' 




canned 




baked beans 


drinks 




































million 




















mi 


lion pounds 












gallons 


1968 






2, 


,01 


45.82 


25.29 




8, 


,12 




23.43 


5.19 




89.70 




28.86 


71.12 


1969 






2, 


07 


44.76 


26.44 




8, 


83 




22.49 


4.82 




85.32 




29.07 


78.91 


1968 4 






2, 


51 


58.36 


30.72 




10. 


30 




19.58 


4.70 




117.73 




23.24 


61.19 


1969 1 






2, 


04 


43.83 


24.24 




5. 


88 




22.44 


4.60 




77.37 




34.82 


56.95r 


2 






1. 


87 


44.02 


26.54 




8. 


04 




22.71 


5.29 




77.05 




40.90 


75.64 


3 






2. 


09 


39.36 


26.34 




9. 


13 




23.94 


4.89 




91.51 




13.83 


88.08 


4 






2, 


,29 


51.81 


28.66 




12. 


26 




20.88 


4.48 




95.34 




26.72 


68.85 


1970 1 






1. 


62 


42.08 


22.90 




7. 


10 




21.63 


3.70 




X 




31.44 


63.18 


2 






2. 


11 


42.24 


26.71 




7. 


92 




20.18 


4.30 




X 




34.83 


78.95 


3 






2. 


19 


41.82 


28.08 




9. 


21 




23.62 


4.82 




99.21 




14.48 


96.09 



'Customs exports are adjusted to reflect actual physical movement of wheat flour from Canada. Data shown for the last current year are not so adjusted. 

Production is calculated as the sum of the current manufacturers' shipments and the net change in manufacturers' inventories from the previous months. 'Includes 
baking and frying oils and fats. 'Includes stocks held by manufacturers and other warehouses. 'Includes fresh sausage, frankfurters, weiners and all other sausage. 
'Includes solid, coated, bulk, packages and novelties. 7 The quarterly data on jams, jellies and marmalades which was previously collected on the basis of produc- 
tion will, starting with the first quarter of 1970, be collected on the basis of factory sales. Sources: Grain Milling Statistics (32-003), Oils and Fats (32-006), 
Quarterly Reports, Biscuits and Confectionery (32-016), Fruit and Vegetable Preparations (32-017) and Miscellaneous Food Preparations (32-018), Monthly Produc- 
tion of Soft Drinks (32-001), Monthly Report, Meat and Meat Preparations, D. B. S. 



Table 10: sugar (million pounds) 





monthly 


raw 


cane sugar 








refined sugar 
















production 






domestic sales 




stocks 


























or months 




stocks, end 




yellow and 










end of 






receipts 


of period 


granulated 


brown 


total 


beet 


cane 


total 


period 


1968 




159.8 


354.9 


163.1 


10.5 


773.6 


22.5 


151.5 


774.7 


329.1 


1969 




168.3 


414.8 


173.5 


10.5 


184. 1 


21.0 


155.7 


776.7 


372.6 


1968 


O 


239.8 


282.2 


241.2 


10.7 


251.8 


21.4 


167.3 


788.6 


185.0 




N 


205.1 


293.5 


249.5 


12.5 


262.0 


19.7 


168.1 


787.8 


255.0 




D 


216.8 


354.9 


221.5 


10.0 


237.5 


15.1 


139.4 


754.5 


329.1 


1969 


J 


159.3 


376.9 


151.9 


9.4 


767.3 


18.5 


121.7 


740.2 


348.3 




F 


89.0 


298.9 


158.5 


12.3 


770.9 


18.4 


131.4 


749.8 


366.7 




M 


120.9 


222.8 


178.9 


15.1 


7 94.0 


20.7 


158.5 


779.2 


378.7 




A 


44.2 


147.7 


111.5 


7.3 


7 78.8 


19.4 


146.4 


765.8 


328.5 




M 


181.7 


224.4 


95.3 


4.7 


700.0 


21.2 


140.0 


767. 7 


268.0 




J 


136.2 


166.6 


175.9 


10.6 


786.6 


22.5 


169.7 


792.3 


257.4 




J 


143.7 


148.9 


143.8 


10.3 


754.2 


26.1 


171.9 


7 98.0 


212.0 




A 


231.3 


222.6 


160.8 


11.0 


777.8 


25.5 


165.6 


797.2 


190.3 




S 


208.0 


218.3 


194.2 


12.1 


206.4 


24.0 


199.0 


223.0 


167.1 







197.7 


227.5 


255.9 


12.1 


268.0 


20.0 


165.7 


785.7 


241.0 




N 


385.5 


441.0 


243.0 


10.8 


253.8 


17.2 


142.3 


759.5 


327.8 




D 


122.4 


414.8 


212.7 


10.8 


223.5 


18.2 


156.3 


774.6 


372.6 


1970 


J 


62.3 


355.4 


144.8 


8.0 


752.8 


17.4 


133.9 


757.3 


371.9 




F 


- 


171.0 


163.7 


11.5 


775.2 


16.8 


135.2 


752.0 


393.3 




M 


111.5 


122.8 


137.9 


10.0 


747.9 


18.6 


145.7 


764.3 


374.5 




A 


200.7 


161.8 


158.4 


7.9 


766.3 


19.5 


154.3 


773.8 


364.0 




M 


169.2 


163.9 


146.8 


10.8 


757.6 


16.7 


148.6 


765.3 


354.0 




J 


121.5 


106.9 


163.4 


12.5 


775.9 


26.8 


181.6 


208.4 


318.7 




J 


208.8 


191.4 


108.5 


5.3 


7 73.8 


31.6 


184.8 


214.7 


214.7 




A 


170.1 


156.3 


186.2 


9.9 


796. 7 


28.0 


179.9 


207.9 


200.9 




S 


282.8 


234.5 


183.7 


9.3 


793. 7 


22.0 


188.3 


210.2 


180.9 




O 


282.2 








256.5 


14.5 


172.7 


187.2 


261.0 



Source: Sugar Situation (32-013), D.B.S. 



SECTION 10 














86 












January, 1971 


TABLE 




































Ta 


ble 1: va 


lue of retail trade 


by type 


of business 


and province, ba 


sed on the 


1960 standard ind 


ustrial c 


ossification 










grocery 














garages 
















rhly 


total all 


and 
combina- 


all other 
food 


general 








motor 
vehicle 


and 


c 


othing stores 


shoe 




furniture 
and appli- 


mon 


mer- 








service 










averages 
or months 


trades' 


tion 


stores 


chandise 


general 


department 


variety 


dealers 


stotions 


men's 


women's 


family 


stores 


hardware 


ances 
















































million dollars 














1967 




7,982. 7 


434.9 


68.6 




68.1 


197.6 


56.4 


329.6 


175.5 


29.5 


36.1 


27.0 


22.7 


34.6 


66.2 


1968 




2, 7 77.7 


472.6 


74.0 


64.3 


74.5 


198.0 


41.1 


353.6 


194.3 


30.6 


37.8 


28.7 


25.1 


34.7 


71.6 
















unadjuste 


d tor seasonal variatior 














1968 


M 


2.2 78.8 


503.0 


76.7 


63.1 


78.2 


185.8 


39.0 


427.4 


206.5 


29.9 


39.3 


27.8 


25.3 


39.7 


68.1 




J 


2, 727.9 


462.7 


76.8 


58.7 


79.0 


182.4 


40.2 


395.6 


189.5 


33.1 


39.4 


28.5 


25.1 


38.2 


67.7 




J 


2.091.0 


464.6 


72.7 


48.9 


79.1 


181.4 


40.6 


373.6 


223.1 


27.1 


36.5 


22.9 


23.3 


37.1 


72.2 




A 


2. 739. 7 


505.9 


81.4 


62.2 


84.1 


198.0 


42.5 


314.2 


208.5 


27.2 


37.4 


28.8 


24.7 


37.2 


75.3 




S 


7,988.2 


452.7 


71.4 


61.6 


71.9 


206.0 


35.0 


291.6 


189.4 


25.4 


35.6 


25.8 


26.0 


37.2 


67.4 







2,2 70.3 


483.8 


78.0 


74.5 


81.3 


204.1 


40.4 


391.0 


202.4 


30.2 


38.4 


32.0 


25.3 


36.8 


76.7 




N 


2,408.4 


502.3 


77.6 


103.3 


80.9 


271.3 


51.8 


377.2 


202.8 


36. 1 


42.6 


39.3 


34.9 


35.9 


89.5 




D 


2,687.8 


510.0 


80.3 


101.5 


89.0 


348.0 


87.8 


313.4 


195.9 


53.6 


55.3 


49.2 


35.5 


48.6 


91.8 


1969 


J 


2, 000. 5 


493.7 


67.5 


47.2 


62.7 


165.7 


27.6 


313.0 


196.1 


30.4 


36.3 


22.4 


22.2 


24.2 


76.6 




F 


7,854.6 


447.5 


73.0 


49.8 


59.9 


154.5 


23.4 


334.9 


169.8 


25.2 


29.8 


17.7 


14.3 


25.4 


51.5 




M 


2, 709.3 


483.5 


76.2 


60.8 


65.1 


194.7 


28.9 


401.7 


174.1 


28.5 


36.5 


24.9 


19.9 


26.2 


65.6 




A 


2, 789.6 


484.3 


77.5 


66.3 


73.1 


204.7 


29.1 


411.9 


213.2 


27.4 


35.2 


27.6 


26.2 


29.7 


72.2 




M 


2,429.6 


555.6 


86.0 


69.1 


84.3 


231.9 


38.1 


429.6 


226.2 


33.6 


43.5 


29.9 


27.9 


44.5 


76.2 




J 


2, 234. 6 


483.1 


81.5 


65.0 


81.4 


210.4 


38.1 


408.2 


202.1 


35.8 


41.4 


29.6 


25.1 


39.3 


70.7 




J 


2,202.7 


495.0 


81.9 


55.6 


84.3 


208.3 


37.6 


346.7 


233.9 


28.9 


39.6 


23.4 


24.0 


38.7 


79.6 




A 


2, 776.7 


523.2 


85.3 


64.4 


88.6 


210.3 


38.3 


294.3 


217.8 


27.5 


36.3 


27.4 


23.5 


36.1 


74.8 




S 


2, 799.8 


493.2 


76.9 


71.4 


76.8 


229.8 


33.9 


340.8 


201.9 


27.9 


38.8 


28.0 


27.2 


38.1 


75.0 







2, 392. 7 


538.5 


83.6 


87.0 


88.0 


238.8 


44.4 


393.2 


205.7 


33.5 


41.0 


34.5 


29.4 


39.2 


80.9 




N 


2, 394. 6 


528.1 


78.8 


100.8 


78.6 


273.8 


49.6 


353.2 


204.9 


34.6 


40.2 


36.2 


31.2 


35.0 


88.5 




D 


2, 893. 7 


562.4 


87.1 


115.6 


95.2 


389.2 


95.8 


308.4 


208.3 


58.4 


60.4 


52.0 


37.4 


50.5 


93.4 


1970 


J 


2, 728. 7 


557.2 


73.0 


51.5 


69.4 


176.4 


29.1 


282.1 


213.3 


33.9 


39.2 


25.5 


24.0 


26.0 


82.6 




F 


7,867.9 


491.3 


75.5 


49.6 


62.8 


153.2 


24.0 


273.2 


183.9 


26.0 


28.6 


18.1 


14.3 


25.7 


49.3 




M 


2, 094. 7 


512.3 


79.1 


62.3 


66.8 


187.3 


31.0 


344.8 


185.5 


29.2 


35.5 


25.8 


19.3 


26.5 


58.9 




A 


2,236.8 


530.8 


77.5 


66.4 


76.3 


215.7 


28.5 


368.3 


223.1 


28.3 


35.9 


27.2 


25.9 


30.0 


68.6 




M 


2, 404. 6 


578.6 


86.4 


63.9 


86.2 


226.8 


38.6 


386.7 


239.1 


35.5 


43.3 


29.7 


27.2 


44.2 


69.4 




J 


2.318.8 


518.0 


83.7 


60.7 


86.0 


223.3 


39.4 


390.3 


218.8 


38.6 


40.4 


29.6 


26.1 


41.6 


68.2 




J 


2,335.0 


569.3 


85.0 


54.1 


88.7 


212.2 


38.3 


334.0 


254.5 


31.4 


40.1 


24.5 


25.0 


39.4 


75.5 




A 


2, 153. 1 


529.1 


80.6 


59.9 


89.3 


208.2 


35.8 


266.4 


228.6 


26.9 


34.7 


24.6 


20.9 


35.2 


68.3 




S 


2,258.2 


523.8 


79.8 


73.2 


82.7 


248.0 


36.6 


297.9 


214.3 


30.5 


38.4 


28.8 


30.7 


38.7 


72.7 







2,456.8 


611.4 


55.5 


78.8 


59.4 


260.3 


47.4 


385.1 


194.6 


36.4 


45.8 


36.0 


31.1 


39.2 


78.0 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 



1968 M 


2, 060. 5 


473.6 


73.9 


74.3 


192.7 


337.7 


193.3 


30.7 


36.7 


28.6 


24.4 


34.5 


70.7 


J 


2, 101.2 


462.8 


74.2 


74.5 


193.1 


353.0 


190.0 


30.6 


37.5 


28.9 


23.6 


33.3 


71.7 


J 


2. 773.9 


483.1 


72.5 


75.6 


208.9 


371.1 


203.5 


30.2 


40.4 


28.6 


25.1 


35.0 


79.6 


A 


2, 736. 8 


481.3 


74.7 


75.7 


208.2 


375.6 


192.6 


30.3 


38.9 


30.8 


25.4 


35.6 


72.4 


S 


2,7 72.2 


481.3 


72.8 


73.3 


197.2 


390.0 


195.3 


29.3 


37.2 


25.8 


24.8 


34.8 


70.8 





2, 758.8 


480.6 


74.6 


75.1 


203.5 


377.6 


196.8 


30.7 


37.0 


27.8 


25.3 


33.6 


70.9 


N 


2,277. 7 


481.0 


77.3 


74.6 


208.5 


376.6 


199.6 


31.5 


38.6 


29.1 


27.9 


36.0 


70.6 


D 


2,214.3 


477.2 


76.6 


76.0 


213.3 


343.4 


198.6 


32.2 


38.0 


29.9 


25.2 


35.4 


76.7 


1969 J 


2,213. 7 


494.1 


76.7 


75.9 


217.2 


353.5 


204.1 


30.7 


39.2 


28.1 


24.9 


35.1 


71.5 


F 


2, 260. 3 


494.2 


80.8 


78.2 


223.3 


371.8 


202.2 


34.5 


42.9 


30.4 


26.1 


35.0 


74.0 


M 


2.231.0 


496.1 


78.4 


76.6 


220.4 


369.3 


200.0 


32.7 


39.8 


29.9 


24.8 


34.8 


75.9 


A 


2,221.5 


506.7 


78.6 


77.0 


228.6 


354.5 


208.9 


31.9 


39.8 


29.2 


25.8 


34.8 


74.6 


M 


2, 236. 7 


503.5 


82.0 


77.5 


230.8 


346. 1 


207.9 


32.6 


39.8 


29.7 


25.6 


38.0 


76.8 


J 


2, 245. 


503.2 


79.9 


79.1 


230.9 


362.5 


204.5 


33.8 


39.9 


30.3 


24.8 


35.4 


76.5 


J 


2,24 7.6 


503.7 


79.9 


79.5 


232.5 


346.0 


205.2 


31.7 


42.3 


29.2 


25.1 


35.9 


82.7 


A 


2, 258. 9 


511.3 


79.6 


81.5 


231.6 


360.2 


205.0 


32.0 


39.2 


29.8 


25.4 


35.4 


74.7 


S 


2, 299. 6 


513.0 


78.8 


76.6 


216.0 


409.7 


204.4 


31.9 


39.8 


28.8 


25.4 


34.9 


76.4 





2,374.3 


512.1 


78.9 


80.7 


234.5 


386.3 


198.8 


33.6 


38.3 


27.8 


29.0 


36.0 


75.0 


N 


2, 284. 


537.8 


80.2 


75.7 


220.3 


365.3 


206.7 


31.4 


38.1 


29.9 


25.9 


36.2 


71.0 


D 


2,332.4 


517.6 


81.9 


80.4 


233.1 


328.6 


209.3 


35.0 


41.1 


29.4 


26.5 


36.2 


77.0 


1970 J 


2, 290. 2 


537.7 


82.6 


80.9 


222.0 


321.3 


217.6 


33.6 


40.9 


31.4 


25.6 


36.4 


75.6 


F 


2, 257. 5 


542.4 


83.2 


80.9 


221.6 


302.1 


218.8 


35.2 


40.8 


30.7 


26.0 


35.3 


71.5 


M 


2, 243. 


546.1 


82.5 


80.4 


220.9 


312.4 


213.8 


33.1 


39.8 


31.1 


24.3 


35.6 


69.9 


A 


2, 263. 2 


543.7 


78.2 


80.4 


230.3 


324.0 


219.3 


33.5 


39.9 


29.0 


25.3 


35.0 


70.4 


M 


2, 279. 2 


542.0 


83.6 


81.5 


236.8 


322.4 


223.2 


35.7 


41.3 


30.4 


26.3 


38.9 


72.6 


J 


2, 272. 8 


531.3 


81.1 


81.0 


236.2 


328.2 


216.6 


35.4 


38.1 


29.7 


25.3 


36.5 


71.3 


J 


2, 338. 7 


554.6 


81.8 


82.6 


232.2 


337.4 


222.7 


34.0 


41.4 


29.8 


25.8 


36.3 


78.9 


A 


2. 274. 2 


541.1 


76.7 


83.8 


230.2 


330.5 


215.8 


32.2 


38.0 


27.1 


22.8 


35.1 


68.1 


S 


2,370.5 


544.2 


80.8 


82.8 


242.2 


354.0 


219.4 


35.3 


40.1 


30.0 


29.5 


35.4 


74.0 





2, 327. 


568.4 


52.1 


53.7 


242.1 


357.9 


190.5 


36.0 


43.8 


31.4 


28.6 


34.5 


72.2 



'Total value of retail trade seasonally adjusted includes sales of department stores, general merchandise stores, variety stores and all other stores. Due to 
changes in definition of department stores, the re-classification of some variety store firms and the introduction of general merchandise stores, formerly in all other 
stores, the unadjusted and seasonally adjusted department store data for 1968 and subseguent years are not comparable with the data of previous years. Source: 

Retail Trade (63-005), D. B. S. 



January, 


1971 












87 












SECTION 10 




























TABLE 


1 -Con t 




Table 1 : va 


iue of retail trade 


by type of b 


jsiness 


and province, based 


on the 1 960 


standard 


industria 


1 classi 


ication - 


concludec 






fuel 


drug 


jewellery 


all other 






















monthly 


dealers 


stores 


stores 


trades 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N. B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


averages 






























or months 












mil 


ion dollars 
















1967 


35.0 


55.3 


18.1 


297.4 


34.6 


8.8 


65.5 


49.0 


509.0 


739.2 


90.3 


88.3 


155.8 


212.3 


1968 


34.3 


60.8 


18.8 


302.8 


39.2 


9.3 


72.2 


54.5 


538.3 


817.2 


95.5 


89.3 


169.0 


233.0 














unad 


usted for seasonal variation 












1968 M 


26.6 


59.7 


17.9 


304.8 


39.9 


9.7 


77.7 


60.2 


589.6 


842.1 


97.8 


91.6 


175.2 


235.0 


J 


18.2 


58.2 


17.2 


311.5 


44.2 


10.0 


68.7 


56.8 


532.3 


827.1 


97.8 


89.5 


167.3 


229.1 


J 


15.0 


59.4 


15.3 


298.2 


42.6 


12.0 


75.8 


57.2 


515.3 


813.3 


92.4 


86.6 


161.5 


234.4 


A 


15.2 


61.0 


16.9 


318.6 


42.7 


9.6 


78.2 


53.2 


534.6 


797.4 


97.4 


96.8 


176.9 


252.2 


S 


19.1 


59.3 


16.8 


296.1 


38.0 


8.7 


68.8 


52.1 


491.2 


764.3 


87.1 


82.2 


162.9 


232.9 





29.9 


62.4 


15.6 


307.6 


39.2 


9.1 


72.3 


58.3 


561.0 


864.6 


98.7 


93.9 


172.6 


240.7 


N 


43.4 


58.6 


21.7 


339.1 


42.8 


10.0 


82.9 


63.3 


606.5 


948.0 


109.3 


96.3 


191.0 


258.1 


D 


57.2 


82.6 


51.0 


431.1 


49.0 


11.0 


95.3 


65.7 


654.2 1 


,067.0 


115.9 


105.1 


215.2 


293.4 


1969 J 


59.0 


64.9 


14.1 


276.7 


31.8 


8.2 


63.3 


50.8 


494.7 


817.0 


88.9 


73.6 


155.7 


216.4 


F 


52.4 


59.3 


14.3 


251.9 


32.3 


6.8 


62.7 


43.5 


476.7 


713.3 


84.6 


68.1 


158.5 


208.2 


M 


42.8 


60.3 


15.4 


304.1 


34.6 


8.7 


74.9 


57.2 


533.2 


810.2 


97.1 


80.2 


172.4 


240.8 


A 


36.4 


60.3 


15.2 


299.4 


37.2 


9.1 


68.9 


50.8 


568.5 


846.8 


96.7 


93.6 


183.8 


234.2 


M 


28.2 


63.7 


18.7 


342.5 


40.1 


9.5 


78.3 


59.6 


622.9 


950.0 


106.4 


93.5 


196.0 


273.2 


J 


18.7 


60.6 


17.6 


326.0 


43.9 


10.1 


69.5 


55.9 


555.2 


880.3 


101.1 


88.0 


183.1 


247.5 


J 


15.1 


62.5 


15.7 


331.9 


42.8 


12.2 


75.8 


57.4 


548.8 


866.0 


97.2 


84.7 


171.6 


246.2 


A 


15.2 


62.8 


16.6 


334.4 


41.1 


9.7 


79.8 


51.4 


543.5 


819.8 


97.9 


94.0 


182.7 


256.9 


S 


20.7 


63.9 


19.2 


336.2 


39.8 


9.3 


75.8 


54.4 


555.5 


846.6 


96.1 


88.7 


178.6 


255.0 





35.9 


66.1 


15.0 


338.0 


40.4 


9.9 


77.4 


59.2 


622.4 


921.9 


106.0 


93.7 


191.5 


270.3 


N 


39.5 


61.5 


19.9 


340.2 


39.6 


10.2 


79.0 


60.4 


600.7 


948.7 


108.2 


86.5 


195.5 


265.9 


D 


58.2 


90.4 


53.9 


476.7 


54.2 


12.8 


101.6 


67.6 


711.3 1 


,153.8 


124.9 


103.3 


233.3 


330.4 


1970 J 


64.0 


69.6 


14.3 


297.5 


32.3 


8.7 


67.2 


52.2 


524.4 


852.7 


97.4 


74.0 


175.1 


244.7 


F 


53.9 


61.2 


14.6 


256.7 


33.7 


7.5 


61.0 


42.7 


483.3 


709.3 


86.4 


65.4 


156.7 


215.9 


M 


43.6 


62.5 


14.9 


308.6 


35.2 


9.5 


66.5 


52.5 


542.8 


811.7 


97.1 


73.1 


165.0 


240.8 


A 


41.4 


60.8 


15.3 


316.8 


38.4 


9.7 


77.4 


55.1 


574.5 


881.5 


98.4 


81.0 


179.9 


240.9 


M 


25.4 


65.0 


17.9 


340.6 


42.0 


9.9 


84.4 


60.7 


618.8 


947.5 


105.9 


87.3 


183.9 


264.1 


J 


19.3 


65.4 


18.7 


350.8 


45.7 


11.0 


76.4 


61.2 


591.6 


915.7 


108.4 


82.6 


174.1 


252.2 


J 


15.8 


67.0 


15.4 


364.7 


44.5 


13.4 


85.1 


62.3 


580.1 


919.4 


101.6 


87.2 


183.1 


258.3 


A 


16.0 


64.9 


15.8 


347.9 


41.9 


10.5 


78.9 


53.7 


536.3 


820.2 


97.3 


88.4 


178.9 


247.1 


S 


21.5 


66.6 


19.7 


354.3 


41.8 


10.4 


79.4 


57.2 


571.1 


876.6 


97.8 


86.4 


179.0 


258.4 





40.4 


72.4 


15.2 


369.9 


46.4 


11.1 


79.8 


67.8 


620.9 


950.7 


102.7 


97.0 


200.6 


279.8 



adjusted for seasonal variation 

5 5 5 3 



1968 M 


33.7 


61.4 


18.8 


36.3 


8.6 


70.9 


55.7 


541.3 


779.2 


91.3 


87.9 


167.1 


229.5 


J 


35.4 


60.5 


19.0 


43.3 


9.2 


67.0 


54.7 


532.5 


804.1 


96.6 


89.6 


166.2 


231.9 


J 


37.9 


60.7 


18.4 


39.2 


10.1 


75.6 


55.1 


541.1 


839.9 


98.5 


88.7 


172.1 


235.5 


A 


35.5 


62.0 


18.7 


40.5 


10.0 


75.0 


55.3 


541.9 


838.3 


98.6 


91.0 


172.8 


244.2 


S 


33.1 


61.5 


18.9 


39.4 


9.6 


75.8 


55.8 


530.9 


849.8 


93.6 


85.2 


170.7 


239.1 


O 


30.4 


62.0 


18.7 


38.6 


9.2 


74.3 


56.4 


541.8 


851.8 


98.0 


88.0 


169.6 


242.9 


N 


34.5 


62.0 


20.4 


39.1 


9.4 


76.0 


58.3 


557.7 


863.3 


100.6 


90.4 


180.1 


244.0 


D 


36.9 


63.4 


19.1 


40.8 


9.3 


74.2 


54.4 


563.3 


854.9 


96.6 


86.8 


174.6 


238.1 


1969 J 


34.3 


65.6 


20.3 


39.2 


10.1 


74.3 


58.3 


549.0 


878.6 


94.7 


87.3 


174.7 


239.6 


F 


32.9 


64.9 


21.6 


40.8 


9.4 


79.0 


56.3 


569.9 


873.6 


101.0 


89.1 


188.2 


246.8 


M 


35.9 


62.6 


19.4 


39.0 


9.4 


84.4 


59.6 


557.2 


868. 1 


98.2 


85.1 


181.9 


249.2 


A 


37.8 


63.4 


19.9 


40.0 


9.3 


69.7 


52.0 


570.0 


872.0 


96.6 


88.8 


183.4 


246.7 


M 


35.2 


63.8 


20.0 


37.2 


9.0 


72.0 


54.0 


567.2 


874.3 


98.4 


88.1 


182.6 


263.4 


J 


35.3 


63.4 


19.5 


40.8 


9.6 


69.0 


55.0 


562.4 


882.6 


100.4 


88.6 


184.7 


252.8 


J 


36.7 


63.7 


18.8 


39.4 


9.8 


75.0 


55.3 


568.9 


877.0 


102.1 


88.5 


182.4 


249.2 


A 


37.2 


64.6 


18.9 


39.3 


9.9 


77.0 


55.0 


568.2 


883.4 


101.9 


90.0 


183.3 


250.3 


S 


35.7 


65.0 


21.6 


40.3 


10.0 


79.7 


56.8 


577.7 


893.5 


103.0 


87.5 


184.1 


255.9 





36.1 


65.4 


17.6 


39.3 


9.8 


77.7 


55.6 


587.8 


892. 1 


103.5 


86.6 


184.3 


263.7 


N 


32.9 


67.0 


19.2 


38.3 


9.8 


75.1 


56.5 


571.0 


894.5 


103.1 


85.6 


191.7 


264.8 


D 


37.1 


68.7 


20.0 


44.5 


10.4 


77.8 


55.6 


589.5 


909.8 


105.0 


85.5 


185.7 


261.6 


1970 J 


37.2 


68.7 


20.3 


39.6 


10.6 


78.3 


58.1 


577.8 


880.2 


101.9 


84.5 


193.5 


268.2 


F 


34.3 


66.9 


21.4 


42.1 


10.4 


76.8 


55.6 


576.6 


869.7 


102.5 


85.0 


183.9 


256.3 


M 


35.3 


65.1 


19.3 


39.8 


10.3 


75.2 


55.7 


569.5 


884.4 


100.4 


78.0 


176.9 


254.4 


A 


42.7 


63.9 


19.8 


41.1 


9.9 


78.6 


56.1 


571.2 


905.9 


97.5 


77.6 


178.5 


252.5 


M 


33.3 


66.3 


19.3 


40.0 


9.5 


79.1 


56.2 


582.3 


903.8 


100.9 


85.3 


176.0 


260.7 


J 


34.8 


67.2 


20.5 


41.7 


10.2 


74.0 


59.2 


584.6 


887.4 


105.0 


79.4 


171.8 


252.6 


J 


38.3 


67.6 


18.4 


39.9 


10.5 


82.0 


58.8 


588.9 


917.8 


105.0 


90.1 


190.3 


253.1 


A 


39.1 


67.6 


18.2 


41.0 


11.0 


78.4 


58.6 


571.6 


902.0 


102.4 


85.7 


181.9 


245.8 


S 


38.3 


68.0 


22.5 


42.7 


10.9 


83.7 


59.3 


597.6 


92 9.8 


106.2 


87.3 


187.1 


260.7 


O 


42.2 


69.8 


18.3 


44.7 


11.4 


79.2 


62.4 


592.1 


897.1 


97.9 


86.6 


188.1 


262.3 



SECTION 


10 












88 












January. 1971 


TABLES 2 


and 3 




































Table 


2: department store 


sales and 


stocks' (m 


1 1 ion do 


liars) 




















men 


s & 










home furnishings, 






monthly 


total 


all 


ladies' 


opparel 


boys' c 


othing, 


food & 


piece 


goods, 


furniture. 


all 


other 


overages 
or months 


departments 


&\ accessories 


furnishinc 


& shoes 


kindred 


products 


linens 8> domestics 


radio cV 


jppliances 


depa 


tments 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


sales 


stocks 


1967 


197.6 


536.8 


50.1 


131.9 


24.4 


71.7 


10.1 


5.3 


9.8 


34.8 


42.1 


126.7 


61.1 


226.2 


1968 2 


198.0 


558. 7 


49.7 


137.2 


27.2 


84.9 


10.5 


4.4 


8.0 


31.4 


37.1 


109.4 


65.5 


190.7 


1968* N 


271.3 


692.7 


69.9 


169.2 


40.7 


112.6 


13.6 


10.1 


9.3 


31.4 


50.3 


110.2 


87.5 


259.1 


D 


348.0 


567.9 


87.2 


139.6 


56.4 


86.3 


13.0 


4.4 


10.0 


32.0 


43.7 


111.3 


137.7 


194.0 


1969 2 J 


765.7 


567.5 


36.3 


134.1 


19.0 


84.5 


7.0 


5.5 


10.3 


31.2 


42.0 


111.2 


51.2 


201.1 


F 


754.5 


596.2 


34.7 


145.5 


17.7 


85.3 


10.7 


7.0 


6.7 


33.7 


35.2 


114.1 


49.6 


210.7 


M 


194.7 


679.2 


50.2 


160.3 


25.5 


98.2 


13.4 


8.4 


8.2 


34.2 


38.2 


119.0 


59.2 


199.1 


A 


204.7 


695.8 


55.7 


180.2 


29.0 


114.2 


8.5 


5.9 


8.8 


36.7 


36.1 


134.0 


66.5 


224.7 


M 


231.9 


739.6 


59.2 


176.9 


31.7 


123.3 


8.0 


5.0 


9.4 


36.9 


41.8 


148.1 


81.9 


249.5 


J 


210.4 


687.3 


51.8 


157.0 


31.8 


108.1 


6.7 


4.5 


8.6 


34.4 


36.8 


141.5 


74.8 


235.8 


J 


208.3 


665.4 


44.8 


156.7 


24.1 


106.9 


12.9 


4.7 


8.5 


34.4 


44.5 


129.3 


73.6 


233.5 


A 


210.3 


709.2 


53.7 


174.9 


27.1 


114.5 


6.4 


4.2 


9.4 


36.8 


43.6 


132.2 


70.0 


246.6 


Sr 


229.8 


633.8 


60.2 


158.3 


31.3 


106.3 


10.7 


6.5 


11.3 


30.9 


47.1 


108.2 


69.3 


223.6 





238.8 


813. 1 


63.6 


198.7 


33.4 


140.2 


13.2 


9.4 


9.2 


37.8 


46.4 


134.7 


73.0 


292.4 


N 


273.8 


777.2 


70.3 


191.4 


42.1 


130.8 


8.2 


6.3 


9.9 


35.4 


51.2 


132.7 


92.2 


280.6 


D 


389.2 


625.5 


95.1 


145.2 


62.3 


98.9 


13.8 


3.5 


11.7 


35.7 


47.7 


138.0 


158.6 


204.1 


1970 2 J 


176.4 


672.5 


37.8 


129.9 


20.2 


92.2 


4.5 


3.7 


10.8 


30.6 


45.4 


124.9 


57.8 


231.1 


F 


153.2 


644.5 


34.4 


146.0 


17.8 


97.5 


11.2 


8.4 


6.7 


34.1 


32.7 


139.9 


50.4 


218.5 


M 


187.3 


673.9 


50.4 


161.9 


25.9 


106.1 


9.1 


5.3 


7.9 


33.9 


36.7 


148.3 


57.2 


218.4 


A 


275.7 


800.5 


57.8 


190.7 


29.9 


130.7 


7.8 


5.0 


9.7 


40.0 


41.5 


170.7 


69.1 


263.5 


M 


226.8 


768.2 


57.4 


175.0 


30.1 


127.6 


13.3 


7.8 


9.3 


38.9 


41.2 


167.1 


75.4 


251.8 


J 


223.3 


690.8 


54.6 


149.6 


34.8 


111.4 


6.9 


4.8 


9.0 


35.0 


37.0 


146.4 


81.0 


243.6 


J 


272.2 


776.0 


45.1 


159.9 


25.8 


117.4 


11.4 


6.6 


8.7 


36.8 


42.9 


139.9 


78.2 


255.5 


A 


208.2 


770.9 


49.6 


169.6 


25.2 


120.9 


12.1 


7.1 


9.2 


37.2 


43.8 


133.8 


68.3 


242.4 


S 


248.0 


675.0 


65.7 


162.3 


34.3 


117.4 


12.7 


7.8 


11.7 


32.4 


50.2 


119.9 


73.3 


235.1 





260.3 


836.0 


65.9 


191.5 


35.9 


150.9 


15.2 


5.3 


10.7 


37.6 


50.4 


140.7 


82.2 


309.9 



'Department store stocks at end of period at selling value. The soles and stocks data are revised series based on the results of the 1961 Census of Merchan- 
dising and Service Establishments. 2 Due to changes in definition of department stores and the introduction of general merchandise stores, formerly included in all 
other stores, the 1968, 1969 and 1970 figures are not comparable with the data of previous years. Source: Deportment Store Sales and Stocks (63-002), D. B. S. 



Table 3: value of wholesale sales', based on the 1960 standord industrial classification (million dollars) 





hly 
















all trades 
























consumer goods trad 


BS 










industr 


ial goods 


trades 






mont 




motor 
vehicles, 






house- 










averages 






























or month: 






and auto- 






hold 


tobacco. 
















news- 












motive 






elec- 


confec- 














industrial 


print. 












parts 


drugs 


clothing, 


trical 


tionery 










con- 


farm 


& transp. 


paper 












& acces- 


& drug 


footwear 


appli- 


8. soft 








coal 


struction 


machi- 


eguip. & 


& paper 


iron & 






total 


total 2 


sories 


sundries 


8. textiles 


ances 


drinks 


foods 


Tardware 


total 2 


& coke 


materials 


nery 


supplies 


products 


steel 


1968 




7,479.8 


667.7 


85.5 


34.3 


46.8 


33.4 


59.6 


303.8 


41.1 


752.2 


6.0 


208.5 


52.5 


133.9 


32.7 


44.5 


1969 




1, 504. 


644.8 


96.1 


37.6 


49.0 


38.2 


63.2 


302.7 


42.7 


790.4 


5.6 


224.8 


49.8 


151.2 


34.0 


52.8 


1968 


N 


7,460.0 


73 7.0 


99.9 


38.1 


51.8 


42.0 


63.3 


311.6 


48.2 


729.0 


7.0 


211.6 


30.4 


142.5 


34.6 


51.2 




D 


7,366.8 


675.9 


87.0 


36.7 


34.9 


43.3 


64.2 


309.7 


39.8 


690.9 


6.1 


199.9 


28.7 


143.2 


30.8 


40.9 


1969 


J 


1,243.3 


582.2 


62.6 


32.9 


41.1 


31.5 


54.5 


281.0 


30.9 


661. 7 


5.0 


178.4 


36.7 


128.1 


34.2 


38.4 




F 


7.276.5 


605.6 


79.3 


30.3 


46.2 


30.6 


54.1 


278.6 


35.4 


677.0 


4.8 


185.1 


28.6 


129.0 


33.1 


42.2 




M 


7,459.3 


678.9 


92.2 


35.7 


49.5 


34.7 


60.7 


308.4 


39.7 


780.4 


4.8 


209.6 


47.7 


172.8 


35.0 


49.2 




A 


7, 527. 7 


699.8 


109.6 


40.8 


48.2 


35.3 


58.6 


302.4 


45.1 


827.9 


5.5 


232.0 


58.4 


156.1 


32.3 


50.5 




M 


7,646.9 


728.6 


102.8 


42.0 


44.0 


31.4 


62.9 


339.1 


46.5 


978.3 


7.9 


236.5 


69.3 


172.9 


34.0 


59.3 




J 


7,566.6 


722.6 


106.9 


37.2 


42.6 


31.6 


62.9 


329.1 


43.9 


844.0 


6.5 


251.9 


47.9 


173.2 


32.5 


55.4 




J 


7,547.6 


738.9 


95.6 


34.4 


48.0 


35.4 


66.5 


344.9 


42.6 


808.7 


4.3 


245.6 


66.5 


148.3 


32.8 


55.6 




A 


7,492.7 


706.0 


80.7 


35.7 


56.1 


36.2 


65.4 


318.2 


42.2 


786.7 


5.7 


246.3 


54.1 


136.9 


33.0 


52.8 




S 


7,659.7 


783.6 


109.2 


42.3 


60.1 


45.1 


64.4 


330.1 


47.1 


875.5 


5.6 


250.2 


65.7 


144.4 


35.5 


60.5 







7,684.4 


826.6 


119.5 


41.2 


59.3 


51.2 


69.6 


353.0 


49.6 


857.8 


4.9 


245.6 


72.8 


149.9 


37.9 


59.2 




N 


7,467.0 


752.8 


104.4 


38.3 


52.1 


49.4 


67.2 


321.3 


48.5 


708.2 


7.1 


213.0 


22.8 


145.2 


33.7 


60.6 




D 


7,483.3 


738.5 


90.3 


40.9 


41.3 


45.6 


71.5 


342.6 


41.2 


744.8 


6.0 


203.3 


26.9 


157.7 


34.1 


50.2 


1970 


J 


7, 280. 6 


673. 7 


65.5 


35.5 


37.9 


32.0 


59.7 


296.1 


31.9 


667.5 


4.5 


173.5 


25.0 


132.8 


35.6 


46.1 




F 


1,295.4 


628.4 


76.7 


32.7 


46.4 


29.2 


59.5 


291.6 


36.4 


667.0 


4.7 


152.7 


22.1 


140.9 


34.9 


46.7 




M 


1,474.5 


704.5 


94.6 


35.2 


52.5 


33.1 


66.4 


325.1 


38.7 


769.9 


5.2 


181.5 


25.6 


150.3 


37.1 


53.2 




A 


1.552.7 


726.7 


115.0 


41.2 


46.2 


30.6 


66.5 


320.1 


43.4 


826. 7 


6.6 


209.7 


33.6 


143. 1 


39.4 


55.0 




M 


7,679.7 


735.6 


112.0 


39.9 


40.5 


28.6 


65.6 


347.5 


42.8 


944. 7 


6.8 


205.1 


45.7 


143.1 


35.4 


52.6 




J 


7,566.6 


767. 7 


111.6 


41.7 


40.6 


32.4 


70.7 


357.8 


44.0 


799.5 


8.2 


232.6 


29.6 


171.2 


36.7 


55.9 




J 


7.670. 7 


761.4 


103.4 


36.4 


49.0 


30.9 


76.0 


351.9 


40.6 


848.7 


3.7 


228.2 


51.8 


133.2 


33.9 


51.4 




A 


7,855.7 


735.6 


80.4 


38.7 


59.3 


35.9 


70.6 


334.8 


43.6 7 


, 720.0 


6.5 


222.2 


41.7 


130.7 


34.6 


47.5 




S 


7,664.8 


823.8 


105.1 


44.6 


65.1 


42.0 


70.7 


362.4 


48.4 


847. ) 


5.9 


242.5 


37.0 


154.9 


36.8 


51.3 







7,638. 7 


838.0 


128.7 


41.9 


59.5 


45.7 


74.8 


352.3 


51.0 


800. 1 


5.6 


227.0 


48.3 


149.3 


36.3 


49.7 



'Data cover wholesale merchants only and do not include the business transactions of manufacturers' soles branches, primary product dealers, petroleum 
bulk tank stations and agents and brokers. Components do not add to totals since some trades are not shown in this toble. Sources: Wholesale Trade (63-515) 

and (63-008), D. B. S. 



January, 1971 



89 



SECTION 10 
TABLES 4 and 5 



Table 4: chartered banks' general loans (million dollars) 









persona 


loans 




loans to farmers 






business 


loans 5 










enc 




public 
utilities, 










































period 


against 


home 






farm 








transporta- 


















marketable 


impro- 






impro- 








tion and 


construc- 








loons 


total 






secu- 


vement 


all 




vement 








commu- 


tion con- 


merchan- 


other 




to insti- 


general 






rities 1 


loons 


other 2 


total 


loans 


all other 


total 


industry 


nications 


tractors 


disers 3 


business 


total 


tutions 4 


loans 


1968 




595 


68 


3,665 


4.328 


314 


716 


7,030 


3,067 


590 


514 


1,444 


1,952 


7,567 


293 


73,278 


1969 




573 


60 


4,147 


4,780 


321 


814 


J, 735 


3,632 


676 


566 


1,514 


2,245 


8,637 


303 


74, 850 


1968 


D 


595 


68 


3,665 


4,328 


314 


716 


7,030 


3,067 


590 


514 


1,444 


1,952 


7,567 


293 


73,278 


1969 


J 


604 


66 


3,701 


4.371 


305 


693 


998 












7.753 


295 


73,478 




F 


611 


66 


3,767 


4,444 


304 


671 


975 












7,922 


305 


73,645 




M 


630 


65 


3,867 


4.562 


313 


674 


987 


3,263 


544 


571 


1,615 


2,065 


8.058 


305 


73,973 




A 


623 


65 


3,967 


4,655 


314 


695 


1,009 












8,319 


305 


74, 289 




M 


629 


65 


4,086 


4,780 


321 


732 


1,053 












8,409 


300 


74, 542 




J 


634 


64 


4,170 


4,868 


330 


758 


1.088 


3,450 


527 


625 


1,648 


2,253 


8,503 


312 


74, 777 




J 


609 


63 


4,110 


4,782 


326 


770 


1,096 












8,554 


305 


74, 736 




A 


633 


63 


4,086 


4,782 


327 


775 


1, 102 












8,602 


296 


74, 783 




S 


606 


63 


4,111 


4,780 


329 


777 


1, 106 


3,541 


569 


608 


1,621 


2,244 


8,583 


2 95 


74, 765 







595 


62 


4, 140 


4,797 


322 


787 


1, 109 












8,775 


303 


74, 984 




N 


586 


61 


4,127 


4,774 


320 


793 


1, 773 












8,790 


300 


74, 978 




D 


573 


60 


4,147 


4,780 


321 


814 


7, 735 


3,632 


676 


566 


1,514 


2,245 


8,63 7 


303 


74, 850 


1970 


J 


558 


59 


4,159 


4,776 


314 


784 


7,098 












8,692 


305 


74,877 




F 


563 


58 


4,112 


4,733 


313 


760 


7,073 












8,778 


311 


74, 836 




M 


555 


57 


4,112 


4,724 


311 


760 


7,077 


3,756 


575 


594 


1,594 


2,335 


8, 755 


311 


74,860 




A 


558 


57 


4,190 


4,805 


307 


756 


7,063 












8,728 


307 


14,903 




M 


539 


56 


4,224 


4,280 


306 


794 


7, 700 












8,597 


295 


14,811 




J 


541 


55 


4,277 


4,331 


308 


810 


J, 778 


3,810 


494 


623 


1,553 


2,256 


8,736 


307 


15,034 




J 


545 


54 


4,368 


4.966 


304 


820 


7, 724 












9,069 


304 


75, 464 




A 


546 


53 


4,390 


4,989 


303 


845 


7, 748 












8,975 


308 


75,479 




S 


542 


53 


4,446 


5,042 


306 


846 


7,752 


3,861 


537 


627 


1,653 


2,287 


8,966 


301 


75,460 







542 


52 


4,531 


5, 124 


303 


871 


1,174 












9,048 


310 


75,657 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding and partial revisions. 'Fully secured by marketable bonds and stocks. Excludes loans to finance 
the purchase of Canada Savings Bonds, includes loans on the security of household property. 'Includes loans to finance companies which are affiliates of retail 
merchandisers. 4 Religious, educational, health and welfare institutions. 'Not available on a monthly basis. 'Differs from qeneral loans in Section 13, Table 2 

by the exclusion of loans to instalment finance companies. Sources: Statistical Summary of the Bank of Canada and Dept. of Finance. 



Table 5: retail credit' outstanding, by type of store (million dollars) 

























furniture, appliance 


end of 
period 


all trades 


moto 


r vehicle dea 


lers 


c 


othing stores 




hardware stores 


and radio stores 






























total 


total 


instalment 


charge 


total 


instalment 


charge 


total 


instalment 


charge 


total 


instalment 


charge 


1968 


1,458.6 


146.6 


16.2 


130.4 


77.6 


30.4 


47.2 


44.9 


7.4 


37.5 


211.4 


172.9 


38.5 


1969 


1,550.0 


151.1 


16.2 


134.9 


83.7 


33.9 


49.8 


45.6 


7.0 


38.6 


214.3 


173.8 


40.5 


1969 1 


1,359.3 


151.2 


15.8 


135.4 


67.7 


27.2 


40.5 


38.4 


6.7 


31.7 


198.7 


164.1 


34.6 


2 


1,365.0 


155.7 


16.2 


139.5 


70.3 


28.2 


42.1 


44.1 


6.8 


37.3 


197.2 


162.5 


34.7 


3 


1,371.2 


146.9 


15.7 


131.2 


69.8 


27.9 


41.9 


44.9 


6.6 


38.3 


203.0 


165.4 


37.6 


4 


1,550.0 


151.1 


16.2 


134.9 


83.7 


33.9 


49.8 


45.6 


7.0 


38.6 


214.3 


173.8 


40.5 


1970 1 


1,417.1 


144.7 


15.5 


129.2 


71.6 


30.3 


41.3 


43.0 


6.0 


37.0 


199.8 


163.8 


36.0 


2 


1,407.3 


152.6 


15.8 


136.8 


70.0 


28.9 


41.1 


47.2 


6.0 


41.2 


197.8 


163.1 


34.7 


3 


1,397.8 


143.8 


15.5 


128.3 


67.8 


28.2 


39.6 


45.3 


5.9 


39.4 


202.3 


166.2 


36.1 




grocery ond 
























garages 




combination 
























and filling 


end of 
period 


(independent) 




jewellery 




general 




fuel dealers 




department 




all others 




stations 






























charge 


total 


instalment 


charge 


charge 


total 


instalment 


charge 


total 


total 


instalment 


charge 


charge 


1968 


38.3 


30.6 


17.5 


13.1 


43.4 


75.9 


4.9 


71.0 


631.9 


121.4 


38.1 


83.3 


36.6 


1969 


38.1 


30.7 


17.8 


12.9 


44.7 


88.2 


5.0 


83.2 


692.9 


123.3 


39.7 


83.6 


37.4 


1969 1 


35.1 


23.2 


14.5 


8.7 


40.5 


86.7 


4.9 


81.8 


568.5 


111.5 


35.5 


76.0 


37.8 


2 


36.0 


22.8 


13.9 


8.9 


43.3 


64.5 


4.7 


59.8 


574.0 


118.7 


36.3 


82.4 


38.4 


3 


35.5 


22.0 


13.5 


8.5 


45.1 


56.4 


4.6 


51.8 


584.2 


124.4 


38.0 


86.4 


39.0 


4 


38.1 


30.7 


17.8 


12.9 


44.7 


88.2 


5.0 


83.2 


692.9 


123.3 


39.7 


83.6 


37.4 


1970 1 


36.2 


22.6 


14.2 


8.4 


42.2 


99.6 


5.2 


94.4 


610.7 


109.2 


37.7 


71.5 


37.5 


2 


36.8 


21.3 


12.2 


9.1 


45.4 


74.2 


4.7 


69.5 


608.6 


114.2 


39.3 


74.9 


39.2 


3 


36.2 


19.6 


11.5 


8.1 


47.8 


62.7 


4.9 


57.8 


603.7 


129.7 


40.2 


89.5 


38.9 



All retail credit data in this table, with the exception of charge accounts of motor vehicle dealers, are included in table6. 
(61-004), D.B.S. 



Source: Credit Statistics 



SECTION 


10 














90 














January, 1971 


TABLE 6 










































Table 


6: Consumer Cred 


it'. Bal 


ances Outstanding 


: selec 


fed holders (millions of dollars) 














sales 


inance 
































and consumer 


oan companies 2 




























instalment 






end 


of 


financing 3 










life 










other 
ra t„;\ J__r 




credit 




per oq 








i 


chartered 


Quebec 




urniture 
and 


motor 
vehicle 




retai I 


ueuierb 


«;l 


unions 
and 








sales consume 


personal 


insurance 










01 1 








finances 


oan 


cash 


loans 


banks 


savings 
bank 


companies 


depart- 
ment 


appli- 


dealers, 
instalment 


sub- 


instal- 


charge 


company 
credit 


caisses 








com- 


:om- 






personal 


policy 


ances 


ment 


popu- 








panies' panies 


small' 1 


other 5 


loans 


loans 6 


loans 


stores 


stores 


credit 6 


total 7 


credit 


accounts 


cards 


lates 


total 7 


1968 




1,125 


96 


619 


798 


3,665 


21 


553 


632 


211 


16 


7,736 


98 


371 


131 


1,247 


9,584 


1969 




1,279 


110 


596 


1,080 


4,147 


24 


660 


693 


214 


16 


8,8 76 


104 


388 


153 


1,400 


70,86 7 


1968 





1,129 


90 


613 


768 


3,512 


21 


546 


547 


209 


18 


7,457 














N 


1,126 


92 


611 


782 


3,587 


21 


550 


570 


209 


17 


7,565 














D 


1,125 

[ revised 


96 
) 


619 


797 


3,665 


21 


553 


632 


211 


16 
( 


7,736 

revised ) 


98 


371 


131 


1,247 


9,584 


1969 


J 


1,117 


95 


611 


803 


3,701 


21 


557 


599 


206 


16 


7,725 








, , 


, . 




F 


1,112 


94 


605 


819 


3,767 


21 


561 


575 


202 


16 


7,777 














M 


1,117 


92 


600 


843 


3,867 


22 


567 


569 


199 


16 


7,892 


89 


352 


119 


1,224 


9,676, 




A 


1,143 


92 


598 


867 


3,967 


24 


574 


572 


197 


15 


8,050 














M 


1,169 


93 


595 


894 


4,086 


25 


583 


574 


197 


16 


8,232 














J 


1,203 


93 


594 


927 


4,170 


26 


594 


574 


197 


16 


8,395 


90 


348 


138 


1,292 


70, 263 , 




J 


1,232 


94 


597 


952 


4,110 


27 


607 


567 


197 


15 


8,398 














A 


1,249 


95 


600 


992 


4,086 


27 


620 


565 


199 


15 


8,448 














S 


1,259 


96 


596 


1,009 


4,113 


28 


632 


584 


203 


16 


8,536 


91 


346 


164 


1 , 344 r 


70, 48 7 r 







1,276 


98 


592 


1,028 


4,140r 


28 


642 


598 


208 


15 


8,624 














N 


1,268 


102 


590 


1,052 


4,128r 


25 


652 


623 


208 


15 


8,662 














D 
J 


1,264 


107 


596 

584 r 


1 , 079 r 
1 , 070 r 


4,147 
4, 159 


24 
24 


660 
666 


693 
646 


214 

208 r 


16 
16 


8,801 


103 


388 


153 


1,401, 


70, 846 r 


1970 


1,234 


8,605 






F 


1,222 




576 , 


1 , 082 , 


4,112 


24 


674 


620 


202 


15 


8,528 














M 


1,202 




571 , 


1, 112 r 


4,112 


24 


684 


611 


200 


16 


8,531 


93 


368 


145 


1,352 


70, 490 r 




A 


1,209 




565 r 


1,129 


4, 190 


24 


695 


610 


200 


16 


8,638 














M 


1,213 




561 


l,170r 


4,224 


24 


705 


610 


200 


16 


8,722 














J 


1,221 




556 r 


1 , 1 93 r 


4,277 


24 


716 


609 


198 


16 


8,809 


91 


357 


169 


1,426 


70,85) , 




J 


1,223 




553 r 


1 , 1 92 r 


4,368, 


23 


722 


591 


197 


15 


8,884 














A 


1,211 




549, 


1 , 1 97 r 


4,390r 


23 


728 


588 


199 


14 


8,898 














S 


1,196 




538 


1,196 


4,446 


23 


734 


604 


202 


16 


8,954 


91 


357 


193 


1,454 


70,049 







1,184 




528 


1,192 


4,531 


22 


739 


611 


206 


16 


9,028 













M.C. 


D. 


1 




1 


1968 


O 


1,108 




89 




N 


1,122 




91 




D 


1,126 




94 


1969 


J 


1,138 




94 




F 


1,145 




95 




M 


1,155 




94 




A 


1,169 




94 




M 


1,179 




95 




J 


1,192 




95 




J 


1,210 




96 




A 


1,227 




96 




S 


1,250 




98 




O 


1,278 




101 




N 


1,277 




104 




D 


1,281 




108 


1970 


J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 


1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 


256 
262 
245 
237 
123 
210 
195 
181 
169 
165 





adjusted for seasonal variation 
1 1 2 



1,392 


3,464 


21 


544 


554 


206 


18 


7,396 


1,401 


3,573 


21 


549 


557 


205 


17 


7,536 


1,406 


3,680 


21 


553 


566 


203 


16 


7,665 


1,420 


3,753 


21 


558 


563 


201 


16 


7,765 


1,434 


3,871 


21 


563 


569 


202 


16 


7,9 76 


1,452 


3,954 


22 


569 


577 


202 


16 


8,04 7 


1,473 


3,992 


24 


576 


582 


201 


15 


8, 726 


1,490 


4,069 


25 


583 


586 


201 


16 


8,243 


1,508 


4,089 


26 


592 


592 


201 


16 


8,377 


1,533 


4,101 


27 


607 


592 


201 


15 


8,368 


1,579 


4,088 


27 


619 


596 


201 


15 


8,420 


1,604 


4,090 


28 


630 


599 


203 


16 


8,518 


1,633 


4,075 


28 


641 


605 


204 


15 


8,590 


1,650 


4, 078 


25 


650 


611 


204 


15 


8,636 


1,660 


4,153 
4,216 


24 
24 


659 
667 


620 
612 


204 
202 


16 
16 


8,726 


1,660, 


8, 653 r 


l,670r 


4,209 


24 


677 


615 


202 


15 


8, 674 , 


1 , 694 r 


4,189 


24 


687 


619 


203 


16 


8. 676 , 


1,704 


4,217 


24 


698 


619 


204 


16 


8,779, 


1,731 


4,207 


24 


706 


623 


204 


16 


8, 734 , 


1,734, 


4,203 


24 


713 


625 


202 


16 


8, 728 , 


1,733, 


4,350, 


23 


722 


616 


201 


15 


8, 855 , 


1,731 , 


4,384, 


23 


726 


620 


201 


14 


8, 879 , 


1,733 


4,442 


23 


730 


619 


201 


16 


8,934 


1,734 


4,495 


22 


735 


619 


202 


16 


8,988 



91 350 

92 358 

93 356 

93 355 

95 367 

96 380 

94 365 
94 368 



133 1,227 9,466 

133 1,258 9,883 

140 1,286 70,786 

145 1,333 10,444 

154 1,378 70,720 



161 1,390 70,704 , 

173 1,419 70,779, 

171 1,443 11,010 



Credit extended mainly to individuals; includes unidentifiable amounts of credit extended for non-consumer purposes; excludes certain forms, mainly service 
credit extended by doctors, dentists, lawyers, pawnbrokers, travel companies, restaurants and personal credit for which no statistics are available. See also 

Credit Statistics (61-004). 2 0wing to the considerable extent of common ownership and overlap of function within these two groups of companies their holdings are 
treated jointly beginning in January 1970. Conditional sales agreements held by sales finance companies and by consumer loan companies in connection with the 
financing of retail purchases of consumers' goods and repaid in instalments. 'Personal cash loans of up to $1,500. mode by companies licensed under the Small 

Loans Act. Amounts shown are net of interest and other finance charges. 'Personal cash loans of over $1,500. usually repaid in instalments. Amounts shown 

include interest and other unearned income finance charges. 6 The data for Quebec savings banks loans and motor vehicle dealers are not seasonally adjusted os 

no seasonality is present; these series are repeated in the unadjusted form. 7 Starting with January 1970, the sales finance companies component of consumer 

credit has been changed by the transfer of passenger cars financed for commercial purpose, from consumer goods to commercial goods. Sources: Credit Statistics 

(61-004), D. B. S. ; Bank of Canada, Dept. of Insurance, Dept. of Finance and Dept. of Agriculture. 



January, 


1971 














91 














SECTION 11 




































TABLE 1 










Table 1 


: merchandise exports (inc 


luding re- 


exports! 


, major 


countries 


and areas (mill 


on dollars) 






mon 


thly 












Europea 


i Belgium 




















averages 


all 


United 


United 


all other 


Western 


Common 


& Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 




Eastern 




Middle 


other 


or months 


countries 


States 


Kingdom 


countries 


Europe 


Market 1 


bourg 


France 


Germany Italy 


lands 


Norwoy 


Europe U.S.S. R. 


East 


Africa 


1968 




1,133.8 


767.6 


102.1 


264.1 


189.2 


63.6 


10.8 


7.0 


19.4 


11.1 


15.4 


9.8 


12.0 


7.5 


4.7 


9.2 


1969 




1,247.4 


879.7 


92.8 


266.6 


189.3 


71.0 


9.8 


10.8 


23.4 


11.3 


15.6 


8.7 


3.2 


0.8 


5.6 


9.9 


1968 


N 


1,202.8 


855.2 


96.8 


250.8 


187.2 


65.6 


14.4 


7.4 


18.5 


9.3 


16.0 


10.9 


1.8 


1.2 


5.4 


11.0 




D 


1,236.4 


844.8 


105.1 


286.5 


193.1 


64.9 


9.8 


5.6 


20.4 


10.0 


19.2 


9.3 


6.0 


1.5 


8.5 


8.3 


1969 


J 


1,136.6 


789.2 


102.8 


244.6 


202.1 


73.4 


9.2 


12.1 


25.9 


9.8 


16.3 


10.3 


4.3 


2.4 


5.4 


9.8 




F 


1,114.0 


803.7 


88.7 


221.6 


165.6 


53.3 


5.1 


9.0 


16.2 


9.9 


13.1 


10.0 


3.3 


0.9 


5.3 


7.8 




M 


1,216.1 


884.7 


94.3 


237.1 


169.0 


52.5 


10.1 


9.8 


14.6 


8.1 


9.9 


9.5 


3.7 


0.9 


5.7 


8.3 




A 


1,194.7 


873.9 


87.4 


233.4 


186.3 


72.2 


11.6 


8.4 


30.3 


10.1 


11.7 


9.5 


4.1 


1.0 


4.3 


9.8 




M 


1,331.7 


902.2 


120.6 


308.9 


224.7 


72.4 


7.9 


15.6 


24.1 


9.0 


15.8 


12.2 


2.9 


0.9 


4.8 


10.1 




J 


1,288.3 


913.3 


84.3 


290.7 


184.3 


72.1 


9.7 


10.8 


22.1 


12.3 


17.2 


11.0 


2.9 


0.9 


5.9 


9.7 




J 


1,220.1 


802.1 


84.5 


333.5 


190.6 


69.0 


8.3 


9.1 


22.7 


14.4 


14.4 


19.7 


2.9 


0.8 


3.9 


10.5 




A 


1,148.1 


710.8 


102.5 


234.8 


187.9 


68.5 


13.7 


10.0 


20.3 


12.7 


11.7 


1.6 


1.0 


0.3 


3.5 


11.1 




S 


1,287.7 


937.0 


77.7 


273.0 


178.9 


74.2 


6.8 


10.2 


29.1 


13.8 


14.3 


10.4 


3.6 


0.6 


5.0 


8.7 







1,349.0 


1,048.2 


74.8 


226.0 


160.4 


64.6 


11.0 


9.4 


22.0 


10.4 


11.9 


2.7 


2.0 


0.1 


7.5 


10.0 




N 


1,272.1 


949.5 


77.5 


245.1 


172.1 


79.0 


13.4 


10.4 


20.3 


11.7 


23.2 


0.7 


4.9 


0.5 


4.8 


10.6 




D 


1,414.5 


941.5 


118.3 


354.7 


249.6 


100.3 


11.4 


14.7 


33.0 


13.3 


27.8 


6.8 


3.0 


0.6 


11.4 


12.6 


1970 


J 


1,345.2 


875.5 


109.4 


360.3 


228.2 


86.5 


18.4 


11.5 


24.5 


13.6 


18.6 


10.2 


10.0 


7.9 


4.8 


16.2 




F 


1,253.7 


851.2 


101.1 


301.4 


216.9 


84.9 


12.7 


14.7 


26.7 


16.0 


14.8 


11.3 


8.5 


4.0 


5.2 


13.2 




M 


1,340.1 


910.8 


122.0 


307.3 


237.5 


78.3 


9.5 


9.8 


26.2 


8.4 


24.4 


18.5 


8.5 


3.7 


5.9 


6.4 




A 


1,473.7 


989.4 


118.0 


366.4 


255.2 


96.0 


20.3 


14.2 


29.9 


15.7 


15.9 


11.5 


11.1 


7.5 


10.4 


19.2 




M 


1,498.2 


970.9 


173.9 


353.4 


306.1 


95.2 


16.1 


14.9 


26.4 


13.8 


24.0 


21.3 


19.1 


15.6 


6.1 


13.8 




J 


1,528.9 


1,020.9 


123.4 


384.6 


267.5 


109.8 


18.8 


13.9 


37.0 


15.5 


24.6 


10.4 


30.8 


23.9 


8.6 


13.4 




J 


1,476.8 


870.3 


154.9 


451.6 


298.9 


123.2 


17.4 


13.5 


39.5 


21.0 


31.9 


3.6 


28.4 


22.9 


11.1 


15.2 




A 


1,210.6 


745.0 


105.4 


360.3 


234.4 


87.5 


13.3 


10.8 


27.3 


13.9 


22.2 


24.5 


17.2 


6.6 


11.3 


11.3 




S 


1,363.7 


913.3 


104.9 


345.4 


221.3 


83.9 


14.8 


13.3 


23.4 


14.2 


18.1 


12.2 


14.0 


6.4 


14.4 


14.4 







l,451.9r 


946.8, 


112. 3, 


392. 8 r 


261.0 


120. 6r 


22.0 


13.0 


39.9 


16.0 


29.9 


11.5 


5.0 


0.2 


20.3 


12.6 




N f 


1,531.3 


947.8 


149.4 


434.1 




























hly 


Republic 








People's 










Central 






adjusted for seasonal variation 


mon 










European 


averages 


of South 


other 






Republic 






South 


Vene- 


America 




all 


United 


United 


all other 


Common 


or months 


Africa 


Asia 


India 


Japan 


of China 


Oceania 


Australia 


America 


zuela 


& Antilles 


Mexico 


countries 


States 


Kingdom countries 


Market 1 


1968 




5.8 


85.8 


9.4 


50.7 


13.6 


19.0 


16.0 


23.8 


8.6 


22.0 


4.8 




M 


CD. 






1969 




6.7 


82.3 


8.1 


52.2 


10.2 


17.5 


14.0 


25.3 


7.8 


25.9 


6.4 


3 


3 


9 


5 


6 


1968 


N 


6.9 


67.8 


6.7 


39.2 


8.0 


18.6 


15.9 


31.3 


13.2 


23.9 


6.3 1 


165.8 


828.7 


97.5 


239.6 


56.8 




D 


4.5 


103.4 


8.9 


64.8 


11.3 


16.9 


12.8 


28.1 


9.1 


26.8 


4.9 1 


194.5 


830.9 


96.9 


266.7 


61.4 


1969 


J 


6.7 


70.4 


6.5 


44.3 


8.8 


20.6 


18.3 


18.3 


5.6 


16.2 


5.0 1 


208.2 


836.4 


98.7 


273.1 


70.9 




F 


5.2 


77.5 


13.8 


47.8 


7.5 


13.5 


11.0 


19.3 


4.0 


17.9 


6.3 1 


244.9 


879.7 


93.4 


271.8 


67.5 




M 


5.2 


84.6 


11.9 


49.2 


16.3 


10.3 


7.2 


24.6 


6.9 


25.0 


5.8 1 


259.6 


864.9 


116.6 


278.1 


67.3 




A 


4.9 


61.2 


5.3 


45.9 


1.0 


13.9 


12.4 


18.7 


5.0 


22.2 


5.1 1 


183.4 


838.3 


91.2 


253.9 


81.0 




M 


7.4 


110.5 


11.7 


60.0 


21.2 


24.1 


17.1 


26.6 


6.7 


25.0 


3.7 1 


236.8 


868.1 


98.9 


269.8 


75.4 




J 


7.0 


88.7 


7.2 


55.0 


14.9 


19.8 


17.0 


32.5 


16.6 


26.9 


5.6 1 


218.8 


865.8 


85.3 


267.7 


59.4 




J 


7.5 


112.2 


3.9 


69.3 


29.2 


25.2 


21.1 


39.6 


8.6 


32.7 


6.0 1 


189.3 


809.5 


90.1 


289.7 


69.3 




A 


8.2 


70.1 


3.1 


43.2 


6.4 


13.5 


10.7 


23.6 


4.9 


26.1 


6.9 1 


156.1 


811.2 


96.8 


248.1 


65.0 




S 


6.4 


86.6 


10.8 


60.7 


0.3 


22.0 


15.3 


20.1 


6.4 


25.2 


7.5 1 


293.8 


965.3 


84.1 


244.4 


70.8 







6.8 


56.5 


8.4 


37.2 


1.8 


13.4 


11.5 


20.3 


6.1 


30.0 


9.3 1 


284.4 


984.6 


73.5 


226.3 


52.1 




N 


8.1 


63.1 


5.9 


40.8 


5.3 


15.4 


12.5 


22.6 


6.0 


28.7 


6.5 1 


287.2 


954.1 


83.1 


250.0 


70.1 




D 


6.8 


106.3 


8.3 


72.8 


9.7 


18.4 


14.5 


37.2 


16.8 


34.1 


9.1 1 


310.5 


878.0 


101.6 


330.9 


97.7 


1970 


J 


10.2 


123.8 


7.2 


79.8 


12.0 


22.4 


19.1 


26.2 


6.0 


37.4 


7.7 1 


447.3 


940.1 


110.9 


3 96.2 


80.0 




F 


8.5 


75.0 


8.7 


44.3 


8.1 


25.6 


21.1 


26.2 


5.7 


31.7 


8.7 1 


402.1 


928.5 


105.8 


367.8 


111.2 




M 


4.2 


98.4 


5.8 


63.2 


15.2 


14.2 


12.6 


26.5 


12.3 


31.6 


7.2 1 


410.1 


919.7 


151.0 


339.4 


104.6 




A 


11.1 


106.3 


8.4 


67.2 


10.1 


20.1 


16.5 


30.3 


10.0 


30.9 


7.2 1 


439.0 


906.7 


118.9 


413.4 


101.3 




M 


11.2 


102.4 


3.7 


69.7 


15.1 


21.2 


17.2 


27.0 


10.7 


31.1 


9.5 1 


434.1 


968.9 


144.7 


320.5 


91.4 




J 


9.2 


112.9 


7.3 


66.4 


21.7 


15.7 


12.9 


26.6 


2.9 


32.0 


7.3 1 


391.7 


937.0 


126.2 


328.5 


112.5 




J 


9.7 


145.4 


15.3 


90.5 


18.5 


29.8 


22.8 


36.8 


11.7 


40.5 


8.7 1 


422.8 


887.6 


135.2 


399.9 


122.1 




A 


6.6 


119.8 


26.9 


64.2 


15.4 


19.3 


15.3 


25.8 


7.9 


26.2 


6.8 1 


321.1 


821.4 


118.0 


381.7 


87. Or 




S 


9.4 


106.1 


17.5 


63.5 


10.3 


15.3 


12.8 


41.3 


15.7 


22.9 


8.6 1 


405.5 


964.8 


114.0 


326.7 


75.6 







8.1 


104.7 


13.4 


59.6 


8.5 


21.5 


16.0 


40.9 


12.3 


38.5 


7.1 1 


416. 2r 


908. 3 r 


116.3, 


391.6, 


109.4 




Nf 






















1 


479.6 


902.7 


148.7 


428.2 





'Includes Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy and Netherlands. 



Source: Trade of Canada, Exports (65-004), D. B. S. 



SECTION 


11 














92 
















January, 1971 


TABLE 2 














































Table 


2: mercha 


ndise im 


ports, major countries and 


areas (million dollars 


) 










mon 


thly 












European 


Belgium 






















overaqes 


all 


United 


United 


all other 


Western 


Common 


& Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 


Easte 


rn 


Middle 




Saudi 


other 


or months 


countries 


States 


Kingdom countries 


Europe 


Market" 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Euro 


oe 


East 


Iran 


Arabio 


Africa 


1968 


1 


,029.8 


754.0 


58.0 


217.8 


137.5 


55.1 


4.8 


10.1 


24.9 


9.5 


5.8 


6.8 




7.9 


2.8 


3.0 


9.1 


1969 


1 


,183.5 


859.4 


65.9 


258.2 


161.4 


65.8 


5.1 


12.8 


29.6 


11.7 


6.6 


6.8 




9.8 


2.5 


2.2 


10.4 


1968 


N 1 


,161.5 


831.2 


62.2 


268.1 


162.0 


72.6 


8.1 


12.3 


33.6 


11.8 


6.9 


9.0 




7.8 


2.7 


2.8 


7.3 




D 1 


,089.5 


776.5 


70.6 


242.4 


162.6 


59.0 


6.5 


11.9 


26.0 


8.7 


5.8 


7.2 




5.3 


2.7 


0.4 


12.0 


1969 


J 1 


,115.2 


850.8 


57.3 


214.2 


134.2 


51.4 


3.7 


11.8 


21.7 


9.5 


4.7 


5.7 




11.0 


2.7 


4.2 


6.6 




F 1 


,031.6 


798.4 


52.0 


188.3 


117.2 


46.8 


4.0 


9.5 


19.4 


9.5 


4.3 


5.8 




8.7 


2.8 


1.5 


4.9 




M 1 


,094.6 


838.0 


63.8 


201.4 


139.1 


51.1 


3.7 


12.1 


19.8 


9.7 


5.9 


6.4 




7.9 


1.9 


1.9 


4.1 




A 1 


,233.5 


915.1 


63.0 


262.5 


164.6 


68.2 


5.5 


10.9 


32.4 


11.4 


8.0 


5.9 




14.0 


5.1 


4.2 


4.3 




M 1 


,293.8 


940.6 


82.4 


276.1 


190.1 


74.8 


6.0 


13.0 


34.3 


13.8 


7.7 


6.9 




7.2 


2.4 


1.3 


10.6 




J 1 


,261.4 


906.3 


87.0 


271.9 


193.7 


75.3 


7.2 


13.8 


35.6 


12.2 


6.5 


6.2 




10.1 


3.7 


0.7 


15.4 




J 1 


,148.7 


800.3 


75.5 


273.7 


177.3 


66.9 


5.2 


13.2 


31.5 


10.8 


6.2 


8.6 




8.6 


1.6 


1.7 


11.3 




A 


957.9 


646.2 


65.1 


246.9 


156.2 


63.2 


4.3 


13.9 


25.5 


14.2 


5.3 


5.7 




7.9 


1.4 


1.8 


8.2 




S 1 


,230.4 


879.0 


63.4 


298.5 


160.2 


69.0 


4.9 


14.5 


28.6 


13.2 


7.8 


8.4 




10.8 


1.9 


1.9 


13.2 




1 


,299.2 


978.0 


59.4 


268.7 


170.2 


74.5 


5.0 


11.0 


36.5 


14.0 


8.1 


6.8 




9.7 


1.6 


2.0 


16.6 




N 1 


,222.1 


873.1 


62.3 


294.0 


171.3 


77.5 


6.2 


15.1 


38.3 


10.8 


7.3 


8.6 




8.6 


2.5 


2.3 


13.9 




D 1 


,241.9 


887.0 


59.9 


301.8 


162.4 


70.4 


5.2 


15.0 


31.3 


11.9 


7.0 


6.2 




13.0 


2.4 


3.3 


15.6 


1970 


J 1 


,067.9 


773.8 


55.4 


237.8 


131.8 


52.5 


3.2 


9.2 


26.3 


8.4 


5.3 


5.4 




8.5 


3.1 


2.0 


6.3 




F 1 


,058.5 


805.7 


53.8 


198.6 


129.0 


49.3 


2.7 


10.1 


19.6 


10.7 


6.2 


5.5 




8.8 


2.4 


1.2 


4.5 




M 1 


,206.9 


909.7 


60.4 


235.6 


149.4 


59.7 


3.4 


9.9 


25.3 


13.9 


6.6 


4.9 




8.5 


3.0 


0.7 


6.1 




A 1 


,304.0 


941.7 


69.2 


288.0 


179.5 


77.7 


6.2 


15.6 


32.4 


14.1 


9.4 


6.3 




10.2 


2.9 


1.2 


16.2 




M 1 


,283.4 


916.7 


65.8 


293.4 


181.7 


74.4 


4.8 


14.5 


35.2 


13.9 


6.0 


6.4 




8.1 


2.6 


1.8 


12.5 




J 1 


,302.3 


941.1 


66.9 


294.3 


162.2 


62.5 


3.7 


12.7 


29.1 


10.5 


6.6 


5.0 




10.2 


3.9 


2.3 


16.9 




J 1 


,170.9 


804.9 


71.9 


294.1 


180.4 


74.3 


5.3 


16.0 


33.2 


13.7 


6.2 


7.6 




10.5 


1.7 


3.1 


9.5 




A 


987.9 


667.2 


50.3 


270.4 


151.8 


68.9 


4.5 


14.7 


31.4 


13.1 


5.2 


6.7 




7.2 


2.8 


1.4 


15.1 




S 1 


,187.1 


838.7 


60.6 


287.8 


164.7 


58.9 


3.4 


11.5 


26.5 


10.7 


6.7 


6.6 




13.4 


4.5 


4.2 


12.6 




1 


,128.6 


796. 7, 


60. 6r 


271. 3 r 


163.6 


69. 8 r 


5.2 


12.6 


34.4 


11.2 


6.5 


7.4 




7.1 


3.1 


2.0 


9.8 




N P 1 


,196.0 


791.1 


66.3 


338.6 
















































Central 








adjusted (or seasonal variation 






































monthly 


















America 




Nether- 












European 


averages 


other 










South 




Vene- 


& 




lands 


all 




United 


United 


all other 


Common 


or months 


Asia 


India 


Japan 


Oceonia 


Australia 


America 


Brazil 


zuela 


Antilles 


Jamaica 


Antilles 


:ountries 


States 


Kingdom 


countries 


Market 1 


1968 




48.9 


3.2 


30.0 


8.8 


6.3 


38.8 


3.2 


29.8 


18.0 


2.8 


4.1 








M.C.D. 






1969 




64.1 


3.4 


41.3 


12.2 


8.0 


38.8 


3.5 


28.8 


20.6 


3.8 


4.2 


3 




i 


5 


3 


3 


1968 


N 


64.0 


6.7 


36.7 


11.3 


8.0 


47.0 


2.9 


36.3 


21.8 


5.9 


6.2 1 


,121. 


6 


826.6 


60.1 


234.9 


58.6 




D 


54.9 


2.9 


36.8 


8.9 


6.4 


42.4 


4.0 


32.4 


19.8 


2.2 


6.6 1 


,109. 


3 


806.3 


68.6 


234.4 


59.3 


1969 


J 


49.3 


3.0 


30.1 


5.9 


4.7 


37.1 


3.3 


30.2 


21.7 


5.2 


3.9 1 


,146. 


1 


830.4 


63.1 


252.6 


73.1 




F 


48.8 


2.6 


29.1 


5.1 


4.2 


33.8 


1.2 


31.0 


16.0 


3.3 


1.4 1 


,208. 


6 


897.7 


61.3 


249.6 


67.3 




M 


52.4 


2.5 


35.6 


4.8 


4.0 


34.6 


3.5 


26.6 


15.9 


2.7 


1.6 1 


,168. 


8 


849.9 


66.7 


252.2 


63.4 




A 


69.1 


3.6 


44.2 


8.6 


7.1 


39.6 


2.7 


30.4 


19.5 


3.2 


1.2 1 


,147. 


3 


844.8 


56.5 


246.0 


61.4 




M 


69.6 


4.9 


42.7 


16.2 


11.5 


33.9 


3.7 


22.6 


24.0 


5.7 


3.5 1 


,160.2 


824.5 


70.9 


264.8 


69.5 




J 


62.4 


3.0 


38.1 


9.1 


7.5 


39.5 


4.4 


28.0 


22.4 


4.5 


4.5 1 


,205. 


6 


859.6 


82.8 


263.2 


75.7 




J 


67.2 


4.0 


43.2 


10.7 


4.9 


42.3 


3.0 


30.1 


23.1 


3.7 


6.1 1 


,148. 


4 


831.3 


70.2 


246.9 


63.5 




A 


58.5 


2.9 


36.8 


13.3 


10.9 


39.6 


3.0 


28.3 


22.6 


6.2 


5.1 1 


, 156. 


1 


832.2 


67.4 


256.5 


63.0 




S 


78.8 


2.9 


50. 1 


21.0 


10.9 


44.3 


3.2 


33.2 


25.0 


4.0 


6.9 1 


,218. 


6 


876.1 


71.6 


270.9 


59.5 







53.4 


3.0 


34.2 


18.6 


12.2 


37.2 


2.7 


26.2 


15.5 


1.0 


4.8 1 


,205. 


7 


892.7 


61.8 


251.2 


63.4 




N 


74.8 


3.6 


50.6 


16.4 


9.1 


41.2 


5.8 


29.6 


21.4 


2.5 


6.5 1 


,221. 


5 


894.5 


61.7 


265.3 


65.2 




D 


84.4 


4.9 


61.0 


16.3 


9.3 


43.1 


5.4 


29.4 


20.6 


3.9 


5.0 1 


,214. 


7 


878.9 


57.0 


278.8 


68.2 


1970 


J 


68.1 


2.1 


49.2 


10.5 


7.8 


42.5 


2.9 


35.0 


19.9 


5.2 


4.1 1 


, 117. 


9 


766.6 


61.4 


289.9 


72.6 




F 


47.4 


2.2 


29.2 


10.8 


9.2 


34.2 


3.6 


26.6 


12.2 


1.6 


0.7 1 


,231. 


1 


911.8 


62.8 


256.5 


69.9 




M 


69.1 


2.5 


47.9 


9.8 


7.1 


33.3 


2.6 


23.3 


14.9 


2.2 


1.1 1 


,243. 


2 


901.1 


61.4 


280.7 


74.9 




A 


73.2 


3.2 


51.4 


13.4 


8.1 


38.1 


4.4 


26.0 


20.3 


4.6 


1.9 1 


,196. 


3 


861.5 


60.2 


274.6 


70.9 




M 


73.7 


2.6 


47.9 


20.8 


13.6 


39.4 


4.2 


25.8 


16.7 


1. 1 


3.4 1 


,214. 


2 


864.9 


60.1 


289.2 


70.8 




J 


74.9 


4.8 


48.0 


30.2 


27.2 


42.0 


4.0 


29.4 


19.8 


1.4 


4.9 1 


,182. 


6 


849.6 


61.5 


271.5 


57.5 




J 


75.5 


2.4 


50.7 


23.2 


17.4 


40.8 


4.4 


26.8 


18.6 


2.1 


7.4 1 


,187. 


5 


848.7 


68.6 


270.2 


71.3 




A 


66.3 


3.8 


41.6 


17.0 


10.5 


39.9 


3.2 


27.8 


16.7 


2.4 


4.6 1 


,162. 


2 


832.1 


50.8 


279.3 


69.3 




S 


75.2 


1.3 


52.9 


15.6 


8.6 


44.8 


5.5 


33.0 


15.4 


1.4 


5.6 1 


,189. 


7 


857.4 


70.4 


261.9 


55.5 







75.6 


4.5 


51.4 


13.7 


10.1 


38.0 


4.3 


26.7 


16.6 


0.2 


4.0 1 


,066. 


2 , 


738.9, 


65.2, 


262.1 r 


63.3 




Np 






















1 


,131. 


S 


775.0 


63.4 


293.4 





"Includes Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy and Netherlands. Source: Trode of Canoda, Imports (65-007), 0. B. S. 



January, 1971 



93 



SECTION 11 
TABLE 3 



Table 3: merchandise exports, by commodity, based on the standard commodity classification' (million dollars) 



(1968-100) 

exports 

monthly index index of & domestic live 

averages of physical re-exports re- exports animals 

or months prices 3 volume 3 total exports total 2 total 

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 



food, feed, beverages and tobacco 



meat fish, shellfish, 

& meat fresh or preserved 

total preps. frozen fish wheot 

(7) (8) (9) (10) (11) 



other 

wheat cereals & other fodder & 

flour preps. foods feed -whisky 

(12) (13) (19) (20) (21) 



1968 100. Or 100. 2, 1,133.8 29.5 1,104.2 

1969 102. 2r 106. 9 r 1,239.1 35.6 1,203.5 



4.9 

4.5 



129.5 
117.5 



5.8 
6.4 



10.5 
11.6 



9.0 
9.4 



57.0 
39.4 



4.8 
4.5 



6.6 
5.7 



9.7 

10.3 



4.7 

5.4 



13.2 
15.8 



1968 D 



( revised) ) 

100.4 110.7 1,236.4 28.9 1,207.5 



4.2 129.4 5.4 



9.3 10.4 



1969 



1970 



100.8 
101.2 
101.7 
101.7 
102.0 
101.7 
101.8 
102.1 
101.9 
103.2 
103.7 
104.3 

104.7 
105.7 
106.0 
106.4 
106.5 
106.0 
105.5 
104.9 
104.0 



99.6 
96.8 
106.4 
103.2 
115.2 
112.8 
104.3 
89.5 
113.0 
114.9 
108.1 
119.5 

113.8 
104.5 
111.8 
122.3 
124.4 
126.7 
123.3 
101.9 
115.8 



1,136.6 
1,114.0 
1,216.1 
1,194.7 
1,331.7 
1,284.4 
1,220.1 
1 , 048. 1 
1,287.7 
1,349.0 
1,272.1 
1,414.5 

1,345.2 
1,253.7 
1,340.1 
1,473.7 
1,498.2 
1,528.9 
1,476.8 
1 , 2 1 0. 6 
1,363.7 



27.5 
31.6 
33.8 
35.4 
34.4 
37.9 
46.9 
38.7 
29.2 
39.8 
34.1 
38.1 

29.5 
33.1 
31.1 
37.2 
35.1 
45.9 
40.5 
29.7 
34.3 



1,109.1 
1,082.5 
1,182.3 
1,159.3 
1,297.3 
1,246.5 
1,173.2 
1,009.4 
1,258.4 
1,309.2 
1,238.0 
1,376.4 

1,315.8 
1,220.6 
1,309.0 
1,436.4 
1,463.1 
1,483.0 
1,463.3 
1,180.9 
1,329.3 



3.2 
2.9 

4.2 
4.9 



104.0 123.2 1,451.9 37.0 1,414.9 



5.8 
4.9 

3.6 
2.6 
5.0 
7.0 
7.4 
7.3 
7.2 
6.8 
5.6 
5.5 



104.3 
100.8 
113.6 
88.7 
134.0 
127.5 
132.3 
107.9 
109.7 
130.5 
117.5 
143.1 

137.2 
106.3 
117.4 
123.8 
135.5 
154.7 
177.6 
153.2 
160.0 
190.6 



5.6 
5.4 
5.2 
5.9 
7.1 
5.7 
6.0 
5.9 
6.1 
7.5 
7.7 



8.9 
8.4 
8.2 
10.2 
10.3 
9.7 
9.7 
8.6 
8.3 
8.2 



8.4 

9.0 

9.9 

8.3 

7.6 

11.4 

14.9 

13.6 

15.4 

16.5 

11.5 

13.3 

11.7 
8.2 
10.4 
9.2 
10.1 
10.1 
15.2 
17.0 
13.2 
18.3 



10.1 
8.1 
6.6 
8.6 
9.3 

13.4 
9.9 

10.3 

10.2 
7.7 
8.3 

10.0 

11.2 
5.7 
8.0 
7.8 
8.2 

11.8 
7.9 
7.6 
7.3 
9.1 



45.0 

37.7 
40.2 
47.4 
24.8 
54.3 
44.7 
53.8 
31.7 
31.6 
33.1 
36.4 
37.0 

53.0 
33.4 
37.5 
46.4 
54.0 
64.1 
75.8 
68.6 
70.0 
70.4 



4.1 

3.4 
3.2 
5.8 
2.9 
6.1 
4.6 
2.7 
6.4 
4.1 
2.9 
5.9 
5.6 

8.2 
4.7 
4.0 
4.7 
4.9 
3.1 
7.7 
4.9 
1.7 
8.6 



5.1 

3.4 
5.8 
4.2 
2.9 
7.5 
5.7 
5.9 
4.2 
3.4 
6.6 
7.8 
11.3 

6.4 

5.8 

9.4 

10.6 

9.6 

15.6 

21.7 

12.5 

20.1 

24.2 



13.3 

11.3 

9.0 

9.1 

8.1 

10.6 

8.9 

9.2 

8.1 

9.9 

13.0 

12.6 

14.4 

14.6 

10.8 

9.5 

8.5 

8.1 

7.5 

9.3 

7.4 

10.0 

12.4 



6.4 

3.8 
4.3 
5.1 
4.1 
5.3 
5.6 
5.2 
5.7 
5.4 
5.9 
5.5 
9.3 

5.0 
5.4 
6.2 
6.0 
6.7 
5.8 
7.4 
6.5 
7.6 
8.0 



18.0 

10.4 
11.5 
12.5 
13.7 
13.8 
15.2 
13.2 
16.0 
18.4 
32.3 
17.4 
14.8 

9.1 
10.8 
14.5 
14.7 
11.4 
15.4 
10.1 
11.3 
13.4 
23.6 

















crude materials, - 


nedible 














































other 


fabricated 


materials 


, inedible 




























ores, concentrates & scrap 




















thly 


































mon 




hides. 




crude 










other 












averuqes 




















non- 








or months 




skins 


oil- 


wood 








radio- 


non- 


crude 


natural 


asbestos 


metal. 






veneer & 






total 


& furs 


seeds 


mats. 


iron 


copper 


nickel 


active 


ferrous 


petroleum 


gas 


unmfrd. 


minerals 


total 


lumber 


plywood 






(22) 


(23) 


(24) 


(25) 


(28) 


(30) 


(31) 


(32) 


(33) 


(35) 


(36) 


(37) 


(38) 


(39) 


(40) 


(41) 


1968 




205.6 


4.5 


7.0 


5.5 


38.2 


19.4 


21.8 


2.2 


23.6 


37.2 


12.8 


16.1 


12.1 


404.6 


54.7 


7.2 


1969 




205.3 


4.9 


7.8 


4.8 


30.3 


19.5 


18.8 


2.0 


24.3 


43.8 


14.7 


18.0 


10.8 


430.2 


58.4 


6.7 


1968 


D 


221.0 


11.1 


12.7 


8.5 


28.0 


18.5 


22.9 


2.0 


31.7 


37.4 


14.3 


17.5 


10.1 


412.1 


60.6 


6.4 


1969 


J 


192.9 


8.2 


5.9 


5.3 


14.5 


15.4 


22.8 


2.0 


23.0 


39.0 


14.5 


24.0 


13.2 


407.1 


49.6 


8.6 




F 


167.0 


7.1 


5.8 


2.7 


14.3 


18.3 


19.0 


2.0 


14.6 


39.9 


15.0 


12.8 


8.6 


402.8 


63.6 


6.3 




M 


179.1 


5.2 


6.4 


4.4 


10.7 


20.9 


31.6 


2.0 


17.4 


41.2 


13.8 


11.8 


6.9 


447.8 


80.8 


9.5 




A 


203.4 


5.1 


7.1 


4.0 


28.9 


13.4 


20.4 


5.4 


21.6 


46.3 


14.6 


18.0 


12.1 


440.8 


64.9 


7.5 




M 


237.8 


4.5 


9.0 


3.5 


35.6 


28.4 


30.6 


1.9 


30.2 


43.1 


14.7 


15.7 


15.1 


482.4 


72.2 


7.2 




J 


181.0 


4.3 


10.9 


3.8 


12.3 


15.1 


16.8 


1.0 


28.2 


40.9 


14.3 


17.2 


11.1 


438.0 


63.6 


7.0 




J 


211.0 


4.8 


10.1 


4.6 


20.7 


27.6 


22.0 


1.0 


29.0 


42.6 


13.5 


20.3 


10.3 


425.6 


58.0 


5.7 




A 


208.7 


3.3 


4.1 


4.2 


32.3 


17.9 


23.3 


2.0 


31.7 


45.1 


14.1 


16.2 


10.2 


370.2 


46.7 


6.4 




S 


225.3 


2.9 


7.4 


5.2 


52.1 


22.7 


13.0 


0.1 


21.0 


47.5 


14.1 


18.2 


16.2 


442.6 


52.9 


4.7 







206.2 


2.2 


6.5 


4.3 


52.7 


16.6 


5.4 


1.7 


24.4 


46.9 


14.5 


18.6 


7.5 


421.7 


44.5 


2.9 




N 


206.1 


2.0 


8.6 


6.2 


48.6 


13.2 


7.4 


3.6 


21.6 


45.5 


16.4 


20.2 


7.6 


398.2 


44.5 


6.1 




D 


244.8 


8.7 


12.4 


9.4 


40.7 


24.1 


13.1 


1.7 


28.9 


47.9 


16.7 


23.3 


11.4 


485.5 


59.2 


8.4 


1970 


J 


243.4 


6.5 


15.9 


6.8 


27.2 


22.0 


30.5 


3.5 


24.4 


53.5 


17.5 


20.5 


7.9 


474.8 


62.2 


8.3 




F 


211.8 


6.9 


6.8 


3.8 


23.0 


20.3 


16.0 


1.1 


22.2 


60.3 


17.8 


15.9 


10.7 


442.2 


41.2 


4.5 




M 


225.8 


4.4 


11.0 


5.1 


19.8 


22.7 


29.1 


2.6 


26.2 


60.5 


17.0 


14.4 


5.7 


490.8 


56.2 


6.8 




A 


232.9 


4.4 


8.9 


5.6 


31.6 


18.0 


18.8 


- 


32.1 


62.4 


18.2 


17.8 


8.6 


558.8 


64.1 


7.1 




M 


288.3 


3.1 


13.7 


5.6 


55.7 


29.2 


59.1 


1.0 


25.3 


46.6 


17.8 


15.6 


10.1 


537.6 


58.1 


6.5 




J 


260.7 


3.6 


12.3 


4.1 


54.1 


23.2 


24.3 


1.9 


39.6 


43.6 


17.5 


17.0 


13.8 


490.6 


60.6 


7.4 




J 


287.6 


3.7 


13.7 


6.3 


60.4 


25.3 


30.7 


1.1 


35.1 


50.1 


16.9 


21.1 


18.2 


514.9 


58.3 


5.1 




A 


266.0 


1.9 


9.7 


7.5 


59.6 


21.2 


36.6 


2.5 


21.2 


51.4 


16.4 


18.4 


14.8 


452.7 


52.1 


3.8 




S 


261.3 


3.2 


9.2 


8.9 


50.1 


27.5 


22.8 


2.4 


31.6 


55.6 


15.3 


19.9 


10.1 


443.0 


56.2 


7.1 







243.1 


1.9 


6.5 


7.7 


48.7 


13.1 


20.4 


6.1 


32.8 


52.6 


15.4 


22.2 


10.5 


482.4 


55.8 


5.4 



Note: See footnotes at end of Table. 



SECTION 11 
TABLE 3-Cont. 

Table 3 


mercha 


ndise exports, by 


commodity, based on the 


94 
standard 


commod 


ty class 


fi cat ion 


' (million dollars 


) -cone 


January, 1971 
uded 












fabricated materials. 


inedible 
















monthly 
averages 
or months 


wood 
pulp 
(42) 


news- 
print 
paper 
(43) 


other 

paper & 

board 

(44) 


textile 
fabri- 
cated 
mats. 

(45-48) 


ferti- synth- 
lizers rubber 
chemicals & mats. o\ plastics 
(49,50) (51) (52) 


primary 
iron & 

steel 

(55) 


steel 

plate & 

sheet 

(56) 


other 
iron 8. 
steel 
(57) 




non-ferrous metals 


& alloys 




end 
products, 
inedible, 

total 

(64) 


alum- 
inum 
(58) 


copper 
(59) 


nickel 
(60) 


zinc 
(61) 


other 
(62) 


1968 
1969 


52.3 
62.8 


82.5 
93.8 


8.4 
11.9 


4.8 
4.9 


11.1 14.1 6.8 
12.7 14.3 7.3 


5.5 
5.6 


9.1 
6.3 


13.7 
13.1 


37.1 
39.6 


31.5 
25.1 


20.5 
18.8 


6.5 
6.4 


9.9 

10.0 


356.4 
443.0 



1968 D 



50.5 87.0 



7.1 



4.6 



12.4 16.9 



6.2 



5.0 



8.0 



12.0 



47.9 21.6 18.1 



6.5 



7.4 



437.8 



1969 


J 


60.0 


94.1 


7.7 


4.8 


11.1 


14.1 


5.4 


7.0 


4.9 


11.7 


36.6 


27.3 


21.4 


6.1 


7.2 


399.2 




F 


57.7 


72.0 


8.8 


4.5 


11.2 


12.2 


5.6 


5.4 


7.2 


11.2 


42.2 


27.1 


20.7 


7.6 


9.0 


406.8 




M 


59.9 


92.8 


9.6 


5.2 


10.1 


20.5 


7.0 


6.0 


7.9 


14.1 


25.1 


27.4 


22.2 


5.8 


10.4 


434.8 




A 


55.9 


91.2 


10.7 


6.0 


12.2 


18.0 


7.5 


4.6 


7.8 


14.3 


48.4 


24.7 


22.2 


6.4 


6.8 


417.9 




M 


67.9 


96.1 


9.6 


5.4 


16.4 


20.6 


8.0 


3.7 


8.6 


15.4 


43.1 


31.7 


26.3 


7.2 


7.4 


434.4 




J 


68.1 


96.2 


9.4 


4.0 


12.9 


11.1 


8.7 


4.4 


6.8 


12.3 


40.3 


25.2 


23.4 


5.1 


8.3 


491.8 




J 


61.2 


98.1 


10.5 


4.7 


12.0 


9.5 


7.6 


6.8 


6.9 


12.7 


38.7 


22.5 


19.0 


5.8 


14.0 


397.3 




A 


59.0 


81.4 


10.6 


4.2 


12.0 


9.1 


7.8 


4.9 


5.8 


10.2 


32.2 


20.1 


15.7 


5.4 


10.4 


315.2 




S 


64.2 


105.4 


9.8 


4.9 


14.3 


12.2 


8.2 


7.6 


5.0 


13.5 


47.9 


20.7 


13.1 


7.5 


14.2 


473.2 







63.0 


101.9 


11.5 


4.8 


12.5 


12.2 


7.6 


4.2 


3.8 


17.4 


43.5 


24.0 


9.8 


6.8 


11.6 


542.1 




N 


64.2 


100.2 


10.4 


4.6 


14.0 


11.7 


7.6 


4.3 


3.9 


10.5 


28.2 


24.0 


7.8 


6.8 


11.6 


507.3 




D 


72.4 


96.6 


14.5 


6.1 


14.1 


20.7 


6.9 


8.8 


6.5 


14.5 


48.5 


26.4 


24.6 


6.5 


8.9 


495.9 


1970 


J 


68.8 


97.4 


13.4 


5.5 


18.8 


13.7 


6.8 


2.0 


7.1 


14.7 


42.6 


30.5 


24.4 


10.2 


12.4 


452.9 




F 


65.3 


90.7 


14.0 


6.5 


12.3 


15.5 


7.7 


4.4 


7.1 


16.3 


34.2 


37.1 


28.1 


9.7 


11.1 


456.0 




M 


69.4 


79.9 


11.8 


5.8 


19.3 


29.2 


7.5 


1.5 


7.7 


17.7 


36.9 


42.1 


36.7 


9.0 


12.2 


467.2 




A 


79.7 


106.1 


15.9 


7.2 


12.7 


29.4 


7.3 


3.9 


9.1 


22.1 


50.3 


38.2 


45.8 


7.2 


12.6 


511.5 




M 


62.6 


97.1 


13.5 


5.8 


16.0 


26.3 


8.8 


9.4 


10.0 


20.8 


51.8 


50.3 


42.6 


7.0 


8.0 


491.6 




J 


70.8 


87.4 


13.5 


5.6 


17.2 


14.1 


8.7 


4.2 


11.2 


18.0 


32.6 


41.9 


37.2 


5.7 


10.1 


567.5 




J 


61.2 


95.1 


14.4 


6.7 


17.6 


9.8 


7.3 


9.2 


13.1 


17.5 


51.3 


42.6 


42.8 


8.2 


9.4 


445.8 




A 


55.8 


88.7 


10.7 


5.8 


12.5 


13.0 


6.4 


5.0 


12.7 


17.1 


31.5 


38.7 


42.0 


7.1 


9.5 


300.4 




S 


49.0 


86.1 


10.1 


5.0 


13.5 


17.3 


6.2 


4.0 


12.3 


21.7 


31.5 


31.1 


30.4 


6.1 


9.1 


455.7 







65.1 


94.7 


10.6 


6.1 


13.9 


17.7 


6.5 


5.8 


10.1 


21.3 


31.9 


40.4 


35.9 


8.1 


6.0 


490.6 




hly 














end products, inedibl 


e 




















machinery 






transportation & communications 


equipment 










mon 






con- 


drilling, 


















com- 




averages 






veying, 


exca- 






total 


road 


motor 


motor 




aircraft 


munic. 


other 


personal 




or months 




general 


mats. 


vating 






motor 


motor 


vehicle 


vehicle 




engines 


cV related 


equip. 


& h'hold 


misc. 






total 


purpose 


handling 


& mining 


farm 


total 


vehicles 


vehicles 


engines 


parts 


aircraft 


&\ parts 


equip. 


& tools 


goods 


end prod. 






(65) 


(66) 


(67) 


(68-72) 4 


(73) 4 


(76) 


(78-80) 


(78) 


(79) 


(80) 


(81) 


(82) 


(83) 


(84) 


(89) 


(91) 


1968 




38.7 


7.5 


3.9 


13.2 


12.5 


278.4 


222.6 


155.7 


20.6 


46.3 


5.2 


25.6 


16.2 


20.9 


7.3 


14.8 


1969 




45.8 


8.3 


5.9 


3.3 


15.1 


342.0 


291.9 


207.6 


24.1 


60.3 


5.2 


21.8 


16.7 


26.5 


10.9 


17.8 


1968 


D 


38.5 


7.6 


4.7 


2.7 


9.2 


350.3 


296.2 


217.2 


24.7 


54.3 


8.3 


20.4 


17.1 


22.4 


8.1 


18.5 


1969 


J 


35.5 


7.0 


4.8 


1.8 


10.7 


322.1 


277.1 


194.1 


27.0 


56.0 


3.8 


23.2 


14.9 


21.7 


5.6 


14.3 




F 


41.4 


6.2 


5.3 


2.1 


16.5 


321.1 


270.9 


191.4 


23.3 


56.2 


6.6 


21.8 


16.8 


21.8 


5.8 


16.7 




M 


51.9 


7.5 


6.6 


3.8 


21.8 


333.1 


276.9 


199.4 


23.6 


53.9 


11.0 


20.3 


20.5 


25.7 


7.2 


16.9 




A 


49.0 


6.8 


5.3 


2.7 


21.4 


314.4 


258.7 


177.5 


26.6 


54.7 


2.2 


24.4 


17.5 


26.3 


10.3 


18.0 




M 


56.1 


9.8 


7.1 


3.5 


20.7 


322.4 


270.0 


189.3 


25.1 


55.7 


5.4 


21.9 


14.6 


26.4 


9.5 


20.0 




J 


50.7 


9.8 


6.7 


2.7 


18.4 


378.6 


327.0 


235.7 


30.4 


61.0 


1.4 


23.5 


15.6 


29.9 


12.2 


20.5 




J 


51.1 


11.3 


7.2 


3.6 


14.9 


284.6 


240.3 


170.2 


16.3 


53.9 


4.1 


20.6 


14.2 


30.4 


13.1 


18.0 




A 


33.6 


6.7 


4.7 


1.6 


10.1 


235.6 


189.6 


125.6 


20.0 


44.1 


9.6 


16.7 


13.3 


19.9 


11.4 


14.7 




S 


39.4 


7.9 


5.6 


3.0 


9.6 


372.0 


330.7 


243.0 


21.9 


65.8 


- 


22.1 


15.3 


28.1 


15.6 


18.1 







49.6 


10.0 


6.0 


3.4 


15.7 


427. 1 


371.8 


263.8 


28.0 


80.1 


5.5 


24.6 


21.3 


29.4 


16.3 


19.6 




N 


41.0 


8.2 


4.8 


3.7 


10.8 


407.0 


357.3 


258.7 


25.4 


73.2 


7.2 


22.2 


15.4 


28.6 


12.5 


18.2 




D 


50.0 


9.0 


6.8 


8.1 


10.1 


385.9 


332.9 


242.7 


21.7 


68.5 


5.3 


20.9 


20.7 


29.8 


11.5 


18.7 


1970 


J 


41.8 


7.9 


4.6 


3.4 


11.2 


358.5 


309.5 


230.9 


20.5 


58.1 


6.4 


24.5 


13.5 


28.6 


7.5 


16.5 




F 


57.9 


16.1 


5.9 


2.4 


20.1 


339.0 


293.5 


203.9 


22.2 


67.5 


1.4 


21.6 


17.5 


31.9 


8.7 


18.5 




M 


53.3 


9.2 


5.0 


3.3 


20.0 


350.2 


297.8 


211.4 


21.4 


65.0 


4.4 


25.1 


18.0 


34.0 


9.8 


19.8 




A 


55.2 


9.3 


7.3 


4.0 


20.9 


389.0 


329.7 


231.7 


22.3 


75.7 


8.5 


19.4 


19.4 


33.5 


11.6 


22.2 




M 


49.8 


10.3 


7.2 


3.5 


15.0 


376.1 


320.8 


220.2 


30.0 


70.7 


4.6 


24.0 


19.6 


32.9 


10.0 


22.9 




J 


53.3 


15.7 


6.9 


4.5 


11.9 


443.0 


371.2 


271.0 


27.7 


72.5 


4.1 


27.2 


20.8 


36.7 


12.4 


22.0 




J 


53.1 


12.5 


7.4 


3.7 


14.5 


323.6 


248.5 


164.9 


22.3 


61.4 


15.2 


30.3 


20.8 


32.7 


14.5 


22.0 




A 


36.8 


10.4 


3.6 


3.6 


9.0 


209.6 


166.1 


89.3 


25.1 


51.6 


4.0 


15.6 


15.1 


22.1 


14.9 


17.0 




S 


41.6 


11.6 


4.9 


3.1 


10.4 


350.2 


294.8 


191.2 


32.8 


70.7 


5.5 


23.7 


19.0 


28.5 


18.5 


16.9 




O 


41.9 


13.3 


5.0 


3.1 


8.9 


380.7 


309.1 


207.7 


38.5 


62.8 


13.3 


30.1 


21.4 


32.6 


16.3 


19.2 



'Column numbers refer to tables 3 and 4 section 11. includes special transoction-trade, not shown separately. J The annual index, being calculated 

separately, will differ slightly from the index obtained by the average of the twelve months. 'Revisions made to ensure consistent coverage. The most important 

are: Farm machinery (73) now includes tractors; Drilling, excavating and mining (68-72) now exclude metalworking, woodworking machinery, etc. Source: Trod* of 
Canada, Exports (65-004), D. B. S. 



January, 


1971 














95 














SECTION 11 




































TABLE 4 








Table 


4: merchandise im 


ports, by 


commod 


ity, based on the standard 


commod 


ity classif icatior 


1 (mill 


ion dollars) 


















foo 


d, feed. 


beverage; 


and tobac 


CO 


















(1968 


-100) 






















crude 


materials, 


inedible 










fru 














rhly 




index ol 




.. 






its 






coffee. 








other 




mon 






1 1 ve 




meat 






veget- 










iron 


averages 


index of 


physical 


imports 


animals 




& meat 




other 


ables 


raw 


cocoa 




oil- 




textile 


ores 


or months 


prices 4 


volume 4 


total 2 


total 


total 


preps. 


fresh 


& preps. 


& preps. 


sugar 


& tea 


total 


seeds 


cotton 


fibres 


& cone. 3 






(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(14) 


(15) 


(16) 


(17) 


(18) 


(22) 


(24) 


(26) 


(27) 


(28) 


1968 




100. Or 


100. 9 r 


1,029.8 


1.3 


75.2 


5.7 


11.6 


7.4 


9.7 


3.9 


11.2 


93.9 


3.7 


4.7 


4.7 


4.1 


1969 




103.1 r 


110. 9 r 


1,183.5 


1.6 


87.0 


10.3 


12.4 


8.4 


10.2 


5.8 


10.8 


87.9 


4.9 


4.4 


4.7 


4.0 






( revised ) 






























1969 


J 


101.7 


106.5 


1,115.2 


1.0 


66.3 


5.7 


7.1 


6.5 


9.4 


3.7 


8.1 


82.9 


2.2 


5.5 


4.1 


1.2 




F 


102.0 


98.2 


1 , 03 1 . 6 


1.0 


59.6 


6.2 


8.7 


5.6 


7.8 


5.3 


5.5 


75.5 


1.6 


3.9 


4.3 


1.1 




M 


102.2 


104.0 


1,094.6 


1.2 


69.0 


7.5 


9.6 


7.2 


10.4 


2.0 


10.1 


73.9 


1.4 


5.6 


4.9 


1.6 




A 


102.3 


117.1 


1,233.5 


2.6 


73.3 


8.9 


9.6 


7.3 


12.5 


1.5 


9.4 


91.2 


3.4 


4.2 


5.0 


2.4 




M 


102.5 


122.5 


1,293.8 


2.6 


94.8 


10.8 


12.7 


10.7 


14.6 


5.0 


10.2 


98.1 


9.2 


3.9 


6.5 


4.1 




J 


103.0 


118.9 


1,261.4 


1.9 


97.4 


9.7 


15.2 


9.8 


14.2 


5.1 


14.0 


96.8 


6.2 


3.9 


5.3 


6.7 




J 


103.3 


107.9 


1,148.7 


1.6 


92.4 


9.5 


15.7 


7.1 


10.7 


8.0 


12.4 


96.9 


5.3 


4.3 


4.9 


7.2 




A 


103.6 


89.8 


957.9 


1.0 


81.0 


9.5 


14.7 


8.3 


5.4 


5.1 


9.4 


92.7 


3.4 


3.5 


4.1 


6.8 




S 


103.7 


115.2 


1,230.4 


1.4 


91.6 


12.8 


14.0 


9.5 


4.3 


8.4 


12.2 


104.5 


2.1 


4.7 


4.6 


7.1 







103.5 


121.9 


1,299.2 


1.2 


111.7 


17.4 


20.4 


10.1 


8.6 


8.2 


11.0 


88.0 


5.9 


2.9 


4.3 


3.4 




N 


104.1 


114.0 


1,222.1 


1.8 


102.1 


12.8 


9.1 


11.0 


11.2 


9.8 


12.7 


89.3 


8.1 


4.6 


3.8 


2.9 




D 


105.2 


114.8 


1,241.9 


1.4 


104.6 


12.7 


12.3 


7.4 


13.0 


8.1 


14.3 


95.7 


10.5 


6.0 


4.3 


3.0 


1970 


J 


104.6 


99.0 


1,067.9 


1.1 


69.8 


6.5 


7.5 


5.8 


11.5 


4.9 


8.2 


98.7 


5.8 


2.7 


4.3 


1.8 




F 


104.7 


98.6 


1,058.5 


1.5 


65.1 


6.1 


9.4 


6.1 


9.5 


- 


10.1 


76.6 


2.6 


4.3 


4.0 


2.0 




M 


106.1 


110.4 


1,2 06.9 


1.7 


76.8 


7.6 


10.2 


6.8 


11.9 


2.4 


11.6 


80.0 


2.4 


4.4 


4.5 


2.2 




A 


105.6 


119.4 


1,304.0 


3.7 


97.5 


13.0 


11.8 


7.5 


15.4 


5.5 


15.2 


98.6 


6.0 


3.7 


4.1 


3.9 




M 


106.4 


116.4 


1,283.4 


1.9 


93.8 


10.0 


11.1 


7.8 


15.5 


3.7 


14.6 


106.2 


7.7 


4.0 


4.3 


2.9 




J 


104.7 


120.8 


1,302.3 


1.6 


103.6 


12.4 


17.0 


6.0 


15.4 


10.9 


10.3 


116.7 


7.6 


3.7 


4.6 


3.9 




J 


104.3 


109.0 


1,170.9 


1.4 


97.7 


18.1 


15.3 


7.5 


10.9 


3.7 


12.2 


95.5 


5.0 


2.9 


4.3 


7.0 




A 


103.5 


92.7 


987.8 


1.1 


91.3 


13.1 


14.1 


7.4 


5.5 


10.3 


10.8 


91.2 


6.4 


2.5 


3.4 


6.0 




S 


102.8 


112.2 


1,187.1 


1.0 


87.9 


10.6 


12.7 


8.9 


4.1 


8.5 


12.4 


107.6 


5.6 


3.6 


3.9 


5.7 







102.5 


106.9 


1,128.6 


1.4 


96.1 


5.1 


17.6 


9.3 


6.7 


9.3 


12.8 


97.7 


5.1 


2.9 


4.4 


7.8 






















fabricated 


materials 


inedibl 














hly 


crude materials, 


inedible 






































other 
broad 




chemi 


-«lr 












mon 


. 












cotton 
broad 


other 


.als 


. 




other 


. 




averoyci 


a luminum 










yarn 






plastics 




steel 


primary, 


or months 


ores & 




crude 




paper 


thread 8. 


woven 


woven 


textile 


inor- 




& synth. 


fuel 


petrol. 


plate 


other iron 






cone. 3 


coal 


petroleum 


total 


& board 


cordage 


fabrics 


fabrics 


mats. 


ganic 


organic 


rubber 


oil 


prod. 


ex sheet 


& steel 






(29) 


(34) 


(35) 


(39) 


(44) 5 


(45) 


(46) 


(47) 


(48) 


(49) 


(50) 


(52) 


(53) 


(54) 


(56) 


(55,57) 


1968 




7.0 


13.4 


31.0 


202.9 


6.5 


5.7 


4.7 


10.5 


7.1 


5.6 


10.8 


16.9 


11.9 


6.1 


8.6 


18.5 


1969 




8.6 


7.0 


33.0 


242.1 


6.8 


6.7 


5.2 


12.4 


9.3 


6.5 


11.5 


20.1 


10.9 


7.7 


13.0 


25.4 


1969 


J 


8.0 


2.4 


35.9 


218.2 


6.8 


5.3 


5.3 


11.5 


8.9 


5.7 


10.9 


19.6 


9.7 


7.5 


9.0 


20.1 




F 


6.2 


1.0 


37.2 


199.0 


6.8 


5.3 


5.1 


9.7 


7.6 


5.6 


9.6 


17.8 


7.6 


4.7 


10.1 


18.4 




M 


5.4 


0.9 


30.1 


223.5 


6.7 


7.1 


5.1 


11.0 


9.1 


6.2 


11.0 


20.7 


6.0 


3.8 


11.0 


21.7 




A 


6.7 


6.3 


39.3 


244.4 


7.4 


7.0 


5.2 


12.9 


9.9 


6.6 


12.3 


20.5 


7.5 


6.5 


9.2 


21.4 




M 


11.4 


14.6 


24.8 


260.9 


7.0 


8.9 


5.9 


13.8 


9.6 


5.9 


11.9 


21.4 


9.9 


7.9 


12.5 


30.2 




J 


10.1 


16.4 


28.3 


257.7 


7.0 


8.3 


4.6 


12.7 


10.1 


7.2 


11.2 


21.0 


13.3 


7.6 


9.9 


30.6 




J 


9.1 


15.8 


31.8 


247.8 


6.3 


6.3 


5.3 


12.8 


9.1 


6.6 


12.2 


20.5 


13.4 


8.7 


11.6 


24.4 




A 


11.4 


12.1 


32.0 


211.9 


6.4 


6.3 


3.8 


11.0 


8.8 


7.3 


9.1 


18.0 


9.8 


8.1 


9.9 


18.7 




S 


12.2 


10.2 


38.5 


247.3 


6.8 


6.4 


4.7 


12.1 


9.3 


5.8 


11.7 


21.0 


13.3 


10.6 


14.5 


24.1 







5.4 


11.7 


32.4 


270.0 


7.0 


6.7 


5.1 


12.6 


10.3 


7.6 


12.4 


20.3 


10.6 


8.4 


20.0 


30.4 




N 


5.0 


11.8 


32.9 


267.5 


6.7 


6.1 


5.7 


12.9 


9.1 


5.8 


14.3 


20.4 


13.1 


10.6 


20.6 


35.6 




D 


12.0 


11.3 


30.3 


257.3 


6.5 


6.6 


6.2 


15.7 


10.0 


7.6 


11.3 


20.4 


17.1 


7.6 


17.2 


29.8 


1970 


J 


10.7 


2.3 


38.4 


226.1 


6.7 


6.4 


5.1 


12.4 


9.8 


5.6 


10.6 


19.4 


12.1 


5.1 


14.0 


22.7 




F 


6.1 


0.8 


32.1 


210.9 


6.7 


5.9 


4.6 


11.7 


9.1 


5.1 


9.6 


19.3 


5.3 


3.5 


11.0 


21.6 




M 


8.5 


1.0 


33.5 


232.7 


7.4 


7.0 


4.8 


11.5 


10.4 


6.7 


10.7 


20.6 


4.3 


5.4 


13.7 


25.9 




A 


9.9 


12.4 


35.8 


250.0 


7.7 


7.7 


5.6 


12.8 


11.2 


10.7 


12.4 


21.8 


5.6 


6.0 


10.8 


26.2 




M 


5.7 


19.5 


32.4 


258.4 


7.0 


8.3 


5.4 


12.2 


11.7 


15.8 


11.2 


21.3 


9.0 


7.9 


9.1 


27.7 




J 


11.8 


17.4 


33.4 


267.4 


7.0 


8.7 


4.6 


12.0 


13.0 


21.6 


11.9 


20.8 


11.5 


7.4 


13.0 


30.6 




J 


9.9 


15.5 


35.7 


242.9 


6.4 


6.8 


5.1 


11.0 


12.1 


9.4 


11.8 


21.0 


13.3 


7.7 


9.4 


28.8 




A 


8.6 


13.4 


32.9 


209.8 


6.1 


7.0 


4.2 


8.4 


10.2 


5.8 


11.3 


18.8 


10.5 


6.1 


8.7 


22.0 




S 


6.3 


19.2 


43.4 


248.2 


6.2 


7.6 


4.3 


9.1 


12.6 


25.2 


9.7 


19.7 


9.7 


8.7 


9.2 


24.1 







3.9 


16.0 


32.9 


236.9 


6.3 


7.3 


4.2 


11.9 


12.7 


13.2 


11.3 


20.2 


10.2 


7.0 


8.2 


25.9 



Note: See footnotes at end of Table. 



SECTION 11 














96 














January, 1971 


TABLE 4 


— Concl. 


































Table 


i: merchandise im 


ports, by 


commod 


ity, based on the 


standar 


d commoc 


ity classification 


' (million dollars) —cone 


luded 






fabricated 












er 


d product: 


, inedibl 
























machinery 


















monthly 
















mecha- 










averages 
or months 


materials, 


inedible 


















nical 








transp. & 


communi- 




metal 












machine 






power 
trans- 








cations 


squipment 
































non- 


fab. 










drilling 


tools 


other 




mission 






tractor 




motor 




ferrous 


basic 






general 


mats. 


& exca- 


metal 


metal 


textile 


equip- 






engines 




vehic. 




metals 


prod. 


total 


total 


purp. 


landlinq 


vating 


working 


working 


ind. 


ment 


farm 


tractors 


& parts 


total 


& parts 




(58-62) 


(63) 


(64) 


(65) 


(66P 


(67) 


(68) 5 


(69) 


(70) 


(71) 


(72) 5 


(73) 


(74) 


(75) 


(76) 


(78-80) 


1968 


20.1 


19.9 


635.0 


127.2 


22.3 


8.1 


15.5 


6.8 


5.7 


4.2 


24.4 


13.0 


10.1 


6.3 


325.1 


250.1 


1969 


22.5 


24.8 


748.9 


149.4 


26.6 


11.5 


25.1 


9.2 


7.2 


5.2 


10.0 


13.1 


8.4 


7.8 


384.1 


303.8 


1969 J 


19.8 


21.7 


727.4 


131.7 


25.9 


9.2 


22.7 


7.4 


6.8 


5.2 


9.3 


10.2 


6.2 


5.7 


403.5 


314.4 


F 


20.4 


22.0 


680.7 


135.5 


22.2 


8.8 


25.2 


6.8 


5.7 


4.5 


9.6 


13.7 


8.9 


7.3 


351.3 


267.3 


M 


21.4 


23.6 


711.1 


151.9 


25.0 


10.2 


24.2 


9.6 


6.9 


4.9 


10.5 


15.5 


11.2 


9.3 


353.9 


274.2 


A 


24.0 


25.2 


807.1 


161.3 


26.0 


11.5 


27.5 


8.6 


7.4 


5.9 


11.1 


18.0 


10.6 


8.0 


421.8 


300.8 


M 


23.8 


25.7 


819.3 


172.6 


32.2 


12.1 


29.2 


9.7 


7.9 


4.7 


10.9 


20.4 


11.4 


8.6 


427.6 


351.3 


J 


22.8 


26.6 


791.5 


178.4 


30.7 


12.8 


31.4 


12.0 


8.7 


4.6 


10.3 


19.1 


11.8 


8.3 


389.4 


320.3 


J 


25.9 


24.0 


693.4 


163.5 


28.1 


12.6 


29.8 


9.6 


9.1 


5.3 


9.6 


14.4 


8.0 


8.8 


306.8 


228.4 


A 


22.8 


21.6 


555.8 


121.6 


21.7 


9.4 


21.7 


5.5 


6.9 


4.4 


8.1 


9.6 


5.8 


6.7 


233.7 


179.3 


S 


22.7 


27.6 


769.7 


138.3 


27.0 


12.4 


25.5 


7.1 


6.5 


5.0 


9.7 


9.6 


5.3 


7.3 


398.4 


328.1 





24.7 


28.3 


810.4 


151.2 


28.5 


12.9 


24.8 


8.8 


7.3 


5.3 


11.5 


9.5 


9.4 


8.7 


419.3 


344.5 


N 


21.8 


25.5 


749.4 


142.3 


26.8 


11.9 


17.8 


13.5 


6.8 


6.7 


10.3 


8.9 


6.4 


7.1 


392.9 


326.7 


D 


20.4 


25.6 


769.0 


145.1 


25.7 


14.3 


21.2 


12.1 


6.9 


5.8 


9.4 


7.8 


6.0 


7.7 


410.3 


310.7 


1970 J 


19.7 


24.3 


661.4 


139.8 


23.3 


10.8 


21.3 


12.2 


7.3 


4.6 


10.2 


9.3 


9.0 


6.8 


311.6 


252.1 


F 


22.3 


25.1 


691.9 


149.3 


26.0 


10.7 


20.8 


10.4 


7.4 


7.2 


9.5 


11.1 


11.4 


7.9 


334.9 


239.0 


M 


19.5 


26.9 


803.8 


156.5 


25.5 


10.4 


23.3 


11.5 


9.1 


5.9 


10.4 


12.2 


11.9 


7.7 


415.0 


279.7 


A 


19.3 


27.7 


841.4 


165.6 


27.2 


12.0 


23.8 


12.2 


9.4 


7.6 


10.8 


11.4 


12.0 


7.2 


428.8 


325.9 


M 


22.8 


27.0 


809.3 


160.6 


28.2 


12.9 


22.2 


12.0 


10.2 


6.5 


10.6 


13.0 


10.3 


6.5 


419.3 


335.0 


J 


17.2 


27.9 


798.6 


160.3 


29.3 


12.1 


22.8 


12.0 


12.0 


5.0 


10.0 


11.5 


7.9 


6.9 


415.7 


342.5 


J 


16.2 


25.3 


720.1 


162.9 


29.3 


13.1 


21.2 


13.4 


12.4 


5.0 


9.2 


10.3 


7.6 


7.4 


334.6 


269.8 


A 


15.0 


22.8 


580.3 r 


143.1 


25.9 


10.8 


25.4 


12.5 


11.2 


4.7 


7.5 


9.1 


5.1 


6.3 


228.7 


180.7 


S 


21.1 


26.1 


727. 7, 


133.9 


23.9 


9.3 


20.9 


11.1 


7.5 


4.5 


9.0 


9.5 


6.9 


6.7 


369.2 


303.9 





16.4 


26.3 


682.8 


135.8 


27.4 


10.1 


19.4 


6.5 


7.1 


4.5 


8.8 


7.6 


8.2 


6.7 


317.7 


253.8 
















en 


d products, inedibl 


e 
















transp. & communications equiprr 


ent 




other eq 


uipment and tools 




pers 


. & 


miscellaneous end proc 


ucts 


monthly 






















h'hold 


goods 










road 


motor 


motor 










electric. 










other 




averages 




com- 






meos. 














or months 


motor 


vehic. 


vehic. 


aircraft 


munic. 




air cond. 


light & 


control. 


office 


c 


pparel &\ 




books & 


printed 


photo. 




vehic. 


engines 


parts 


& parts 


& related 


total 


& refrig. 


distrib. 


5. scient. 


machines 


total 


access. 


total 


pamph. 


mat. 


goods 




(78) 


(79) 


(80) 


(81-82) 


(83) 


(84) 


(85) 


(86) 


(87) 


(88) 


(89) 


(90) 


(91) 


(92) 


(93) 


(94) 


1968 


108.7 


29.5 


111.9 


40.8 


26.1 


87.5 


7.3 


15.9 


19.6 


16.7 


39.8 


17.6 


55.4 


8.8 


8.3 


11.1 


1969 


120.0 


36.7 


147.1 


39.1 


32.8 


106.2 


6.8 


20.3 


23.8 


22.3 


46.0 


20.6 


63.1 


10.2 


9.3 


13.0 


1969 J 


108.3 


37.1 


169.0 


50.4 


30.4 


99.0 


6.3 


21.5 


21.7 


19.1 


37.5 


17.7 


55.7 


8.5 


8.7 


11.5 


F 


100.0 


31.5 


135.6 


47.5 


28.0 


98.3 


7.1 


18.1 


21.5 


20.8 


41.0 


20.5 


54.6 


8.2 


8.0 


10.8 


M 


107.3 


33.9 


133.0 


41.0 


30.4 


104.7 


7.8 


21.5 


24.5 


18.1 


44.9 


21.9 


55.8 


8.9 


9.0 


10.8 


A 


122.3 


38.2 


140.3 


72.1 


33.4 


111.3 


8.0 


20.2 


23.9 


24.2 


47.2 


22.3 


65.6 


10.3 


8.8 


12.7 


M 


132.4 


40.6 


178.3 


35.2 


30.8 


108.8 


7.9 


21.6 


25.2 


21.0 


44.7 


18.5 


65.6 


10.5 


9.9 


11.6 


J 


125.6 


43.3 


151.4 


27.1 


32.3 


111.1 


7.8 


21.3 


23.8 


23.4 


45.5 


18.5 


67.1 


10.8 


10.2 


14.5 


J 


86.3 


30.5 


111.5 


37.4 


30.3 


109.1 


7.3 


18.5 


26.3 


24.7 


48.3 


21.4 


65.6 


11.7 


9.7 


14.2 


A 


56.7 


24.7 


97.9 


22.9 


26.4 


90.6 


6.5 


17.3 


20.9 


16.9 


51.1 


25.5 


58.7 


11.2 


8.7 


10.5 


S 


132.2 


37.7 


158.2 


25.7 


39.0 


105.7 


5.4 


20.9 


23.2 


21.7 


57.7 


27.4 


69.6 


12.5 


9.2 


15.3 





123.2 


44.0 


177.3 


28.1 


39.2 


121.5 


6.0 


22.7 


27.2 


28.2 


47.8 


19.7 


70.6 


11.6 


10.7 


15.7 


N 


133.6 


39.5 


153.6 


21.3 


37.1 


107.4 


5.1 


21.5 


22.8 


23.8 


42.6 


16.6 


64.2 


9.9 


9.5 


14.0 


D 


112.6 


39.5 


158.6 


54.3 


36.4 


107.3 


6.0 


18.7 


24.2 


25.9 


44.0 


17.6 


62. 3, 


8.2 


9.3 


14.2 


1970 J 


76.5 


30.1 


142.6 


23.0 


32.0 


106.7 


6.8 


19.5 


23.3 


25.5 


41.3 


18.7 


62.0 


9.8 


9.9 


13.3 


F 


85.5 


28.2 


125.3 


58.9 


28.8 


102.8 


8.0 


18.0 


23.1 


24.1 


40.2 


20.6 


64.6 


9.8 


10.1 


12.0 


M 


109.4 


32.4 


137.9 


92.4 


31.6 


115.0 


8.0 


20.2 


25.6 


27.6 


49.9 


25.7 


67.3 


9.6 


10.2 


14.1 


A 


119.1 


43.0 


163.7 


53.5 


32.1 


123.2 


8.9 


23.4 


28.8 


32.4 


49.1 


23.7 


74.6 


10.4 


10.4 


14.3 


M 


128.2 


36.4 


170.4 


41.0 


29.7 


117.9 


8.6 


20.8 


27.0 


33.2 


41.7 


16.6 


69.8 


10.2 


9.0 


13.2 


J 


148.0 


37.7 


156.8 


30.6 


29.6 


107.0 


8.3 


20.8 


25.4 


25.4 


43.9 


18.0 


71.7 


10.4 


10.1 


14.0 


J 


91.2 


29.4 


149.2 


23.3 


29.5 


103.8 


7.8 


19.0 


25.8 


24.2 


51.1 


24.8 


67.7 


11.2 


9.8 


14.0 


A 


70.7 


24.9 


85.1 


13.7 


25.0 


94.3 


6.6 


17.3 


22.4 


24.1 


51.6 


27.5 


62.6 


11.2 


9.4 


11.4 


S 


125.0 


30.8 


148.1 


19.1 


35.0 


100.7 


6.1 


19.3 


22.0 


23.8 


53.0 


24.8 


71.0 


11.5 


9.9 


15.0 





85.2 


26.4 


142.2 


16.4 


36.4 


108.3 


6.1 


21.2 


24.6 


25.9 


49.2 


20.4 


71.8 


11.7 


10.1 


15.2 



'Column numbers refer to tables 3 and 4, section 11. includes special transaction-trade, not shown separately. 'Includes scrap. 'The annual index, being 
calculated separately, will differ slightly from the index obtained by the overage of the twelve months. 'Some series such as General purpose machinery have been 
revised to ensure consistent coverage. Other important revisions were: Paper ond board (44) now excludes woodpulp; Drilling, excavating and mining (68) now include 
oil and gas field machinery; Mechanical power transmission equipment (72) now exclude special industry machinery. Source: Trade of Canada Imports (65-007), 



D. B. S. 



January, 


1971 
















97 


















SECTION 12 










































TABLE 1 














Table 


1 : carload 


ings of revenue 1 


reiqht on C 


anadian railways' 


(th 


ousanc 


1 cars) 












total 










































railway 
revenue 






















mine p 


roc 


lucts 


























mon 


thly 


freight 
loadings 
(carload 


total 








farm products and food 










other 








coal, 
sond, 








averages 
or months 


revenue 






other 


fresh 


other 
















torebi yjiijuuuib 


cars 












iron 


metal 








cement 












and non- 


loaded 






grain 


fruits 


agri- 


animal 


s prepared 


ore and 


ores and 








and 


lumber 




other 






carload) 


(carload 






and grain and vege- 


culture 


and their 


food 


concen- 


concen- 








other mine 


and 




forest 






(000 tons) 


only) 


wheat 




products tables 


products 


products products 


trates 


trates 


potash 2 


products 


plywood p 
15.6 


ulpwooc 
13.3 


1 products 


1968 




16,038 


300.0 


18.0 




11.3 


2.3 


2.6 


4.2 




6.0 


46.3 


17.1 








37.1 


11.0 


1969 




15,296 


291.2 


16.6 




13.1 


2.5 


2.3 


3.6 




6.1 


35.7 


15.1 








34.8 


15.3 


14.6 


12.0 


1968 


A 


16,849 


304.0 


14.7 




8.4 


0.9 


1.5 


4.2 




6.2 


58.1 


18.4 








43.7 


18.3 


13.7 


11.8 




S 


16,723 


298.4 


14.5 




10.7 


1.6 


1.6 


4.2 




6.0 


53.2 


17.5 








42.6 


16.7 


12.6 


11.1 







18,039 


340.0 


22.4 




16.9 


2.4 


6.8 


5.7 




6.4 


49.4 


19.0 








48.0 


17.7 


14.7 


11.2 




N 


16,684 


309.0 


21.1 




12.5 


3.3 


5.4 


6.0 




6.1 


39.3 


18.0 








39.1 


15.9 


14.1 


12.9 




D 


14,829 


268.0 


15.3 




9.7 


2.7 


4.2 


3.6 




5.5 


36.2 


16.3 








29.2 


14.1 


11.8 


9.6 


1969 


J 


13,840 


279.0 


13.2 




10.9 


3.4 


1.6 


3.7 




5.6 


35.3 


16.6 








28.0 


13.3 


15.0 


9.0 




F 


13,748 


278.8 


17.3 




11.0 


2.9 


1.6 


3.1 




6.0 


33.1 


15.0 








27.8 


15.5 


15.8 


11.2 




M 


16,146 


309.9, 


19.0 




12.8 


3.5 


2.1 


3.6 




6.4 


37.9 


16.6 








28.9 


17.9 


16.9 


13.8 




A 


15,695 


298.5 


13.4 




12.2 


3.4 


1.7 


3.4 




6.2 


41.1 


17.9 








32.6 


16.5 


11.5 


11.5 




M 


15,492 


305. 1 


19.1 




13.6 


2.5 


1.7 


3.2 




6.2 


27.8 


19.1 








39.2 


16.4 


11.9 


12.1 




J 


14,321 


271.2 


23.0 




11.3 


1.5 


1.3 


3.0 




6.3 


13.0 


18.1 








36.8 


15.2 


14.3 


11.3 




J 


14,945 


283.4 


29.8 




12.2 


0.8 


1.1 


3.1 




6.2 


23.9 


15.7 








41.1 


14.6 


14.7 


12.2 




A 


13,876 


264.0 


13.7 




11.3 


0.6 


1.1 


3.1 




6.0 


27.0 


11.9 








39.2 


15.2 


15.4 


12.4 




S 


15,629 


295.0 


12.0 




14.8 


1.3 


1.5 


3.3 




6.1 


47.1 


11.4 








39.7 


15.5 


16.0 


12.4 







16,786 


321.7 


10.5 




18.0 


3.0 


7.3 


5.0 




6.5 


53.2 


11.0 








39.2 


16.3 


15.5 


14.2 




N 


16,645 


298.9 


13.3 




14.8 


3.2 


4.2 


5.0 




6.0 


49.2 


12.0 








34.6 


14.5 


14.0 


13.5 




D 


16,424 


289. 1 


15.4 




14.6 


3.3 


3.4 


3.2 




5.7 


40.4 


17.0 




(2) 


30.1 


13.1 


13.6 


10.9 


1970 


J 


15,099 3 


280.3 


20.6 




13.8 


3.2 


1.9 


3.4 




5.3 


35.5 


15.2 




5. 


4 


26.5 


13.7 


15.8 


8.0 




F 


14,227 ! 


269.0 


18.9 




13.1 


2.6 


1.8 


2.4 




6.0 


30.8 


14.3 




5. 


3 


25.3 


12.8 


19.7 


9.1 




M 


15, 785 3 


297.6 


17.9 




15.1 


3.3 


1.6 


2.7 




5.9 


37.0 


15.3 




7. 


1 


29.2 


15.3 


17.1 


10.8 




A 


16,346* 


305.0 


19.1 




14.1 


3.5 


1.3 


2.6 




5.9 


36.7 


18.9 




8. 


7 


35.4 


16.4 


13.8 


11.2 




M 


18,464 3 


323.4 


24.0 




17.3 


2.0 


1.4 


2.2 




5.7 


55.3 


18.7 




6. 


5 


39.0 


15.1 


11.2 


9.0 




J 


18,391' 


329.6 


27.7 




20.7 


1.0 


1.3 


2.5 




6.1 


53.4 


17.9 




3. 


5 


45.1 


15.8 


14.3 


9.4 




J 


18, 597 3 


322.4 


31.2 




19.4 


0.8 


1.2 


2.8 




6.4 


55.4 


18.2 




2. 


4 


43.0 


15.6 


15.0 


9.7 




A 


17,623 3 


308.5 


23.8 




13.4 


0.6 


1.1 


2.7 




6.5 


55.9 


16.6 




4. 


6 


43.7 


15.5 


15.0 


9.6 




S 


18, 759 3 


330.7 


19.1 




23.6 


1.1 


1.6 


3.0 




6.1 


54.8 


18.7 




4. 


9 


48.5 


15.9 


13.6 


11.9 







20, 003 3 


353.8 


19.5 




31.3 


1.8 


6.3 


5.6 




6.4 


57.3 


17.5 




6. 





49.7 


15.7 


14.6 


12.5 




onthl 


y 










manufactures 


and miscellaneous 
















P 




m 






motor vehicles 


















iggyback 5 


averages iron 


and steel, 


other m 


eta 


Is, and parts 


refined 










other 


■nanu- 


non carloads 


receipts' 


i 


traffic 


or 


months primary and 


primary and (incl. agri- 


petroleum 


ch 


emicals 


paper and 


factures and 


(small package 


from U. S 




(incl. in 






manufactured 


manufa 


ctured cultural) 


products 


ar 


id aci 


ds 


paperboard 


miscelli 


aneous 


freight) 


connections 


loadings) 


1968 






8.0 


3. 


8 




9.1 


19.2 




5.4 




13.8 


55 


.5 






16.4 








1969 






8.0 


3. 


3 




10.8 


18.3 




6.1 




14.9 


58 


.0 






14.5 








1968 


A 




7.3 


3. 


2 




4.7 


17.8 




5.5 




12.7 


52 


.9 






16.9 










S 




6.2 


3. 


4 




8.7 


16.4 




5.0 




11.9 


54 


.5 






17.0 















6.9 


3. 


6 




10.5 


18.5 




5.8 




15.0 


59, 


.1 






18.2 










N 




6.6 


3. 


6 




10.6 


18.7 




6.4 




14.0 


55 


.4 






16.5 










D 




7.3 


3. 


6 




9.3 


20.2 




5.8 




14.1 


49 


5 






15.2 








1969 


J 




8.8 


3. 


9 




11.1 


22.9 




6.0 




15.1 


55. 


6 






14.3 










F 




8.7 


3. 


4 




11.1 


19.4 




6.1 




14.5 


55. 


3 






13.5 










M 




11.2 


3. 


7 




12.0 


19.0 




6.8 




15.8 


62 









14.9 










A 




10.0 


3. 


5 




11.4 


17.7 




7.0 




15.0 


62. 


5 






15.2 










M 




9.9 


3. 


9 




12.1 


17.3 




7.6 




15.2 


66. 


3 






15.5 










J 




8.7 


3. 


4 




12.2 


15.3 




6.7 




13.9 


55. 


9 






14.7 










J 




7.9 


3. 


1 




7.6 


17.2 




5.4 




14.5 


52, 


3 






14.3 










A 




5.8 


2. 


7 




6.5 


17.0 




5.2 




14.9 


55. 









13.8 










S 




5.0 


3. 


2 




10.8 


17.3 




5.6 




14.2 


57. 


8 






15.0 















5.5 


2. 


9 




12.5 


18.7 




5.6 




15.9 


60. 


9 






15.7 










N 




6.5 


2. 


7 




11.0 


17.4 




5.4 




14.8 


56. 


8 






13.7 










D 




7.4 


3. 


4 




11.4 


20.3 




6.3 




14.8 


54. 


8 






13.3 


(4) 




(5) 


1970 


J 




8.2 


3. 


6 




10.6 


22.0 




6.0 




14.9 


46. 


7 






83 6 


47.7 




16.8 




F 




7.9 


3. 


3 




8.8 


18.3 




5.9 




13.4 


49. 


3 






1 14* 


47.7 




16.5 




M 




9.5 


3. 


9 




11.3 


19.9 




6.5 




14.3 


53. 


9 






91* 


54.0 




18.1 




A 




9.0 


3. 


8 




12.1 


17.9 




7.2 




13.3 


54. 


1 






87 6 


57.0 




18.1 




M 




8.3 


3. 


8 




10.8 


16.6 




7.2 




13.9 


55. 


4 






97 6 


62.3 




18.5 




J 




7.7 


4. 







11.4 


16.8 




6.0 




13.1 


51. 


9 






117 6 


59.3 




18.5 




J 




7.3 


3. 


5 




5.9 


17.1 




5.7 




12.8 


49. 









117 6 


51.8 




17.0 




A 




7.5 


3. 


2 




5.9 


16.7 




5.6 




12.8 


47. 


8 






no 6 


49.0 




17.0 




S 




8.1 


3. 


4 




8.4 


18.3 




5.9 




11.6 


52. 


2 






119 6 


51.0 




20.1 









7.2 


3. 


6 




7.1 


18.0 




6.4 




13.5 


53. 


8 






117 6 


55.6 




20.4 



'Based on weekly (monthly in 1970) carloadings reported by major lines carrying over 99% of railway traffic in Canada. included in other manufactures and 
miscellaneous prior to 1970. 'Includes small tonnage of express traffic not available before 1970. 'Receipts from U.S. connections not separated from receipts 

from other Canadian roads before 1970. s Data prior to 1970 not comparable with current data. 'Thousand tons. Source: Weekly Report, Car Loadings (52-001), 

Railway Freight Traffic (52-002), D.B.S. 



SECTION 12 








98 










January, 1971 


TABLES 2 ond 3 




























Table 2: 


operating statist 


ics of Cana 


Jian railways 2 










monthly 


railway operating 


revenues 


railway 


railway 






revenue 


revenue 
















revenue 


passengers 


passenger- 




averages 


total 


freight 


passenger 


expenses 


income 


carried 3 


ton-miles 


carried 3 


miles 








million dollars 








millions 




1968 




127.3 


105.1 


5.6 


119.4 


7.9 


20.22 


7,762 


2.05 


219 


1969 




131.8 


110.4 


5.3 


124.2 


8.2 


19.15 


7,954 


1.97 


211 


1968 


N 


129.0 


107.8 


4.5 


118.4 


10.6 


20.58 


8,025 


2.15 


191 




D 


124.8 


101.9 


6.2 


122.1 


2.7 


18.57 


7,171 


2.10 


228 


1969 


J 


121.5 


102.9 


4.3 


1 24 . 9 d 


-. 3.4 


17.43 


7,072 


2.05 


179 




F 


123.8 


105.5 


3.9 


119.2 


4.6 


17.09 


7,945 


1.86 


158 




M 


136.8 


116.9 


4.3 


126.0 


10.8 


19.54 


8,948 


2.04 


177 




A 


133.4 


113.5 


4.8 


126.7 


6.7 


18.62 


7,650 


1.91 


209 




M 


137.6 


115.7 


5.9 


127.6 


10.0 


18.37 


8,231 


1.92 


246 




J 


130.1 


106.4 


7.2 


121.8 


8.4 


16.14, 


7,605 


1.86 


262 




J 


128.5 


103.8 


8.1 


124.8 


3.7 


16.12 


7,587 


2.01 


299 




A 


121.4 


98.2 


7.4 


119.0 


2.4 


15.69r 


7,210 


2.20 


2 94 




S 


129.4 


107.9 


5.1 


123.0 


6.4 


19.27 


7,760 


1.97 


190 







144.6 


122.6 


4.8 


127.3 


17.2 


21.41 


8, 161 


1.98 


166 




N 


133.1 


112.7 


4.3 


120.4 


12.8 


19.86 


8,484 


1.88 


145 




D 


140.9 


118.2 


5.8 


127.6 


13.2 


19.93 


8,028 


2.02 


204 


1970 


J 


126.4 


109.0 


4.1 


123.8 


2.6 


18.05 


8, 022 


1.94 


149 




F 


125.0 


107.4 


3.7 


120.0 


5.1 


17.07 


7,779 


1.82 


130 




M 


139.6 


120.1 


4.6 


129.6 


10.0 


19. 14 


8,634 


2.02 


167 




A 


141.3 


121.9 


4.2 


131.7 


9.6 


19.42 


8,335 


1.90 


150 




M 


144.1 


123.3 


5.0 


131.8 


12.4 


21.72 


9,746 


1.85 


183 




J 


146.9 


123.2 


6.5 


135.0 


11.9 


21.71 


9,550 


1.92 


241 




J 


142.8 


118.7 


7.9 


136.4 


6.3 


21.40 


9,460 


1.97 


283 




A 


135.5 


112.8 


7.3 


129.7 


5.8 


20.75 


9,249 


2.16 


269 



"Monthly averages for 1966 and 1967 may differ from the averages of the monthly data due to revisions which cannot be allocated by months. 2 Data in this 
table refer to class 1 and class 2 carriers which are railways with gross annual operating revenues of $500,000 or over. Includes operations of United States 

railways operating in Canada but excludes operations of Canadion railways in the United States, includes traffic interchanged between Canadian railways. Sources: 
Railway Operating Statistics (52-003) monthly, and (52-206) annual, D.B.S. 



Table 3: operating statistics of Canadian motor carriers— freight and passenger 





onthly 




freight' for h 


re, inter-city 




passenger 


, inter-city 


and rural 2 




passenger, ur 


ban 3 


m 










total 


revenue 




total 


initial 




averages 


operating 


operating 


net operating 


revenue 


operating 


passengers 


revenue 


operating 


revenue 


revenue 


or 


months 


revenues 


expenses 


revenues 


tons carried 


revenues 


carried 


vehicle miles 


revenues 


passengers 


vehicle miles 






million dollars 




millions 


million dollars 


mi 


II ions 


million dollars 


mi 


lions 


1968 




137.7 


127.2 


10.5 


8.8 


5.9 


3.92 


9.39 


17.4 


86.39 


20.94 


1969 




164 


8 


153.9 


10.9 


10.2 


6.6 


4.01 


10.06 


19.4 


85.54 


20.94 


1968 


s 


156 


3 


140.7 


15.5 


10.2 


6.3 


4.13 


9.65 


17.6 


85.11 


20.39 

















5.6 


3.73 


9.02 


18.5 


92.56 


21.60 




N 












4.2 


2.69 


7.40 


18.3 


91.80 


20.86 




D 


140 


9 


131.5 


9.4 


9.0 


5.5 


3.49 


8.72 


17.5 


87.06 


20.64 


1969 


J 












5.4 


3.68 


9.19 


18.6 


90.97 


21.39 




F 












5.0 


3.54 


8.51 


18.7 


85.90 


19.83 




M 


155 


2 


147.4 


7.8 


10.4 


5.5 


3.92 


9.32 


20.1 


92.08 


21.47 




A 












5.9 


3.80 


9.44 


19.3 


84.66 


20.75 




M 












6.2 


3.88 


9.94 


19.8 


86.28 


21.39 




J 


158 


7 


146.5 


12.3 


10.5 


7.0 


4.05 


10.55 


18.6 


80.00 


20.62 




J 












9.1 


4.64 


12.51 


18.6 


78. 14 


21.06 




A 












10.0 


4.82 


13.17 


18.3 


76.65 


20.50 




S 


171 


7 


157.1 


14.6 


10.6 


6.8 


4.03 


9.86 


19.6 


85.18 


20.78 

















6.3 


3.84 


9.84 


21.0 


90.61 


21.63 




N 












5.4 


3.58 


8.76 


20.4 


87.28 


20.54 




D 


173 


5 


164.6 


8.9 


9.1 


6.6 


4.31 


9.59 


20.3 


88.68 


21.29 


1970 


J 












5.7 


3.60 


9.45 


19.5 


85.66 


21.41 




F 












5.4 


3.55 


8.80 


18.7 


82.43 


19.77 




M 


160 


9 


157.7 


3.2 


9.3 


6.5 


3.98 


10.00 


20.3 


88.05 


21.29 




A 












5.6 


3.66 


9.00 


21.1 


87.35 


21.16 




M 












6.4 


4.00 


10.12 


19.3 


83.19 


20.85 




J 


152 


8 


143.0 


9.8 


9.0 


7.3 


4.11 


10.46 


19.5 


81.22 


20.91 




J 












9.5 


4.65 


12.89 


18.3 


75.99 


20.71 




A 












10.2 


4.81 


13.46 


18.0 


74.88 


20.58 




S 












7.4 


4.07 


10.36 


19.8 


84.35 


20.76 

















6.7 


4.00 


10.11 


20.6 


88.87 


21.52 



'Includes Class I and Class II carriers only. These are trucking firms having $100, 000 or more gross annuol operating revenues, includes Class I carriers 
only. These are carriers having $100,000 or more gross annual revenues primarily from inter-city ond rural bus operations. Regular ond chartered services ore 

included, includes Class I carriers only. These are carriers having $1 00, 000 or more gross annual revenues primarily from urban transit operations. Dota are totals 
for motor bus, trolley coach, street car, subway and chartered services. Sources: Motor Carriers-Freight, Quarterly (53-005), Passenger Bus Stotistics (53-002) 

monthly, and Urban Transit (53-003) monthly, D. B. S. 



January. 


1971 










99 










SECTION 12 


























TABLES 4 and 5 












Table 4: operatinq stat 


istics of air carriers 


in Canada 










monthly 








Cana 


dion 


carriers 2 








foreign carriers 3 










unit 


toll 


revenues 


revenue 


revenue 


revenue 


revenue 




averages 
























Dr months' 


revenues 


expenses 


income 


cargo 4 




passengers 


ton-miles 4 


carried 


miles 5 


carried 








million dollars 








mi II ions 


thousands 


millions 


thousands 


1968 






51.2 


48.0 


6.4 


4.4 




36.9 


15.86 


774 


681 


210.9 


1969 






58.5 


55.4 


3.1 


4.9 




40.0 


23.26 


849 


789 


246.6 


1968 


N 




42.2 


46.9 


Dr. 4.8 


5.1 




29.7 


21.04 


648 


504 


169.6 




D 




51.5 


44.9 


6.6 


5.1 




37.5 


19.00 


725 


637 


197.2 


1969 


1 




46.8 


49.5 


-2.7 


4.4 




35.5 


17.88 


718 


649 


187.9 




F 




46.3 


48.4 


-2.2 


5.2 




33.4 


22.80 


703 


598 


171.2 




M 




56.1 


52.8 


3.3 


5.8 




40.7 


26.80 


848 


748 


187.5 




A 




45.0 


47.3 


-2.3 


3.6 




30.9 


17.90 


642 


580 


247.0 




M 




40.9 


45.4 


-4.4 


2.4 




24.4 


13.74 


570 


506 


324.5 




.1 




70.8 


59.1 


11.6 


4.7 




45.4 


32.47 


1,017 


970 


288.0 




1 




78.7 


63.1 


15.6 


5.0 




51.9 


20.39 


1, 101 


1,154 


300.8 




A 




85.0 


64.7 


20.3 


5.1 




57.9 


19.03 


1,217 


1,263 


321.3 




S 




69.9 


62.9 


7.0 


5.3 




47.7 


19.97 


962 


972 


284.6 









57.4 


58.9 


-1.4 


5.8 




39.4 


22.55 


873 


726 


235.8 




N 




47.8 


55.3 


-7.5 


5.4 




33.3 


22.72 


723 


577 


187.9 




D 




57.0 


57.4 


-0.4 


6.2 




40.0 


42.93 


810 


725 


222.7 


1970 


J 




49.4 


51.9 


-2.5 


4.4 




39.4 


19.94 


777 


722 


195.0 




F 




46.1 


49.7 


-3.5 


4.8 




35.9 


21.45 


722 


638 


175.0 




M 




56.9 


55.0 


1.8 


5.4 




44.7 


24.45 


888 


820 


198.0 




A 




52.8 


54.0 


-1.2 


5.6 




41.0 


21.78 


889 


747 


208.4 




M 




60.2 


56.6 


3.5 


5.8 




46.5 


23.04 


894 


916 


240.5 



'Monthly averages for years 1967 and 1968 differ from the averages of the monthly data due to revisions which cannot be allocated by months. 2 Prior to 1970, 
figures included the operations of scheduled and non-scheduled carriers in financial reporting groups I- IV. These groups covered all air carriers with gross annual 
flying revenues of over $100,000 prior to January 1969 and over $150,000 during 1969. Figures for 1970 include only the operations of the seven largest oirlines in 
Canada. These transcontinental (Air Canada and CP Air) and regional airlines (Eastern Provincial Airways, Nordair, Pacific Western Airlines, Quebecair and Trans- 
air) normally account for approximately 95 per cent of the total revenues and expenses reported by Canadian commercial air carriers. 3 United States and other foreign 
carriers having scheduled services into and out of Canada. Excludes passengers in transit through Canada. 4 Cargo includes air freight and express but excludes mail 
and excess baggage. Source: Civil Aviation (51-001), D.B.S. 



Table 5: operatinq statistics of Canadian pipelines 













oil pipeline 


carriers' 












natura 


gas carriers 2 










crude oil 








proc 


ucts 






thly 




























































averages 
or months 


operating 


net receipts 






net receipts 


- barrel- 




operating 


receipts 3 








barrels 


tons 






barrels 


tons 


















.... 










.... 














































dollars 




mi 


lions 






mill 


on s 




dollars 




mil 


ions 




1968 




44.4 


45.06 


6.29 


22,742 


3,344 


7.26 


.97 


812 


108 


81.2 


91.16 


2.08 


77,941 


1,777 


1969 




49.0 


48.92 


7.19 


25,663 


3,774 


7.48 


1.00 


876 


117 


91.2 


107.56 


2.45 


91,679 


2,086 


1968 


N 




45.39 


6.68 


21,866 


3,216 


7.80 


1.04 


751 


100 




106.25 


2.42 


88,093 


2,009 




D 


45.7 


49.38 


7.26 


24,829 


3,651 


8.74 


1.17 


929 


124 


91.5 


114.09 


2.60 


92,807 


2,116 


1969 


J 




48.82 


7.18 


24,949 


3,669 


9.07 


1.21 


1,163 


155 




114.12 


2.60 


93,256 


2,126 




F 




45.60 


6.71 


24,374 


3,584 


8.66 


1.14 


982 


131 




108.24 


2.47 


86, 083 


1,963 




M 


47.9 


52.44 


7.71 


27,405 


4,030 


8.49 


1. 13 


978 


130 


103.4 


116.48 


2.66 


93,430 


2,130 




A 




44.66 


6.57 


23,863 


3,509 


6.98 


.93 


312 


108 




109.96 


2.51 


86,327 


1,968 




M 




41.35 


6.08 


22,270 


3,274 


5.86 


.78 


687 


92 




95.67 


2.18 


82,544 


1,882 




J 


47.5 


45.85 


6.74 


22,243 


3,271 


6.00 


.80 


727 


97 


79.1 


83.38 


1.90 


69,332 


1,581 




J 




51.12 


7.52 


26,276 


3,864 


7.06 


.94 


737 


98 




87.29 


1.99 


74, 089 


1,689 




A 




51.23 


7.53 


26,738 


3,932 


6.81 


.91 


784 


105 




102.03 


2.33 


88,369 


2,015 




S 


51.8 


49.25 


7.24 


26,339 


3,873 


6.88 


.92 


720 


96 




104.74 


2.39 


94,099 


2,145 









49.20 


7.24 


25,756 


3,788 


6.88 


.92 


840 


112 




112.20 


2.56 


99,510 


2,269 




N 




52.23 


7.68 


27,238 


4,006 


7.92 


1.06 


936 


125 




122.56 


2.79 


112,078 


2,506 




D 


48.6 


55.33 


8.14 


30,502 


4,486 


9.17 


1.22 


1,147 


153 




134.00 


3.06 


1 2 1 , 034 


2,760 


1970 


J 




59.59 


8.76 


32,629 


4,798 


10.28 


1.37 


1,235 


165 




136.08 


3.10 


119,169 


2,717 




F 




54.41 


8.00 


30,446 


4,477 


9.43 


1.26 


1,158 


154 




124.12 


2.83 


110,911 


2,529 




M 


56.9 


57.01 


8.38 


30,897 


4,544 


9.81 


1.31 


1,118 


149 




135.56 


3.09 


119,962 


2,735 




A 




46.92 


6. 90 


25,048 


3,684 


7.86 


1.05 


882 


118 




126.97 


2.89 


105,712 


2,410 




M 




48.26 


7.10 


25,373 


3,731 


7.14 


0.95 


753 


100 




121.92 


2.78 


104,499 


2,382 




J 


48.5 


50.52 


7.43 


27,474 


4,040 


7.18 


0.96 


747 


100 




110.63 


2.52 


98, 666 


2,249 




J 




53.55 


7.87 


28,491 


4,190 


7.83 


1.04 


788 


105 




111.91 


2.55 


98, 851 


2,185 




A 




54.77r 


8.06 


29,522 


4,341 


7.46 


0.99 


795 


106 




115.28 


2.63 


99, 061 


2,259 




S 




55.02 


8.09 


29,097 


4,279 


8.23 


1.10 


871 


116 




121.66 


2.77 


100,875 


2,300 



'Data from February 1967 onwar__ 
systems. 3 Received from field and processing plants by transport systems 



ds for net receipts include gathering and trunk lines. Prior to that date they include trunk lines only. 2 Excludes distribution 

Sources: Oil Pipeline Transport (55-001) and Gas Utilities (55-002), D. B. S. 



SECTION 12 












100 










January, 1971 


TABLE 6 




































Table 6: 


shipping and 


canal traffic (thousand 


short tons 


) 










nthly 






tota 


cargo har 


died 1 






international seaborne 


shipping 






mo 
















tota 1 


canals, 


Gveruyes 
















cargo 


cargo 




coastwise 


total cargo 


or months 


Halifax 


Saint John 


Quebec 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Vancouver 


all ports 


loaded 


unloaded 


total 


shipping 


traffic 2 


1968 




811 


455 


569 


1,457 


627 


2,152 


21,095 


7,214 


4,531 


1 1 , 745 


9,350 


12,026 


1969 




832 


484 


609 


1,429 


703 


1,950 


20, 356 


6,443 


4,697 


11,139 


9,175 


10,811 


1968 





994 


260 


716 


1,731 


894 


1,717 


26, 022 


8,828 


5,644 


14,472 


11,550 


14,707 




N 


945 


431 


697 


2,139 


794 


2,294 


26, 838 


7,331 


6,108 


13,439 


13,399 


12,964 




D 


1,069 


596 


588 


2,711 


508 


2,655 


21,951 


6,008 


5,335 


1 1 , 343 


10,608 


4,653 


1969 


J 


962 


686 


142 


361 


_ 


1,999 


1 0, 083 


4,133 


1,771 


5,904 


4,179 


_ 




F 


901 


695 


219 


351 


- 


2,202 


9,242 


3,638 


1,671 


5,309 


3,933 


- 




M 


901 


741 


242 


450 


- 


2,076 


10,571 


3,745 


1,758 


5,503 


4,568 


- 




A 


799 


502 


519 


1,256 


567 


1,942 


21,027 


6,886 


5,084 


1 1 , 970 


9,057 


8,267 




M 


756 


340 


767 


1,591 


657 


2,045 


23,858 


6,572 


6,676 


13,248 


10,610 


10,700 




J 


807 


393 


730 


1,764 


630 


2,190 


22,593 


5,109 


6,042 


11,151 


11,442 


10,318 




J 


905 


470 


819 


1,740 


913 


2,250 


24,163 


6,698 


6,389 


13,087 


1 1 , 076 


9,954 




A 


734 


313 


810 


1,792 


735 


1,586 


24,205 


7,842 


5,260 


1 3, 1 02 


1 1 , 1 03 


1 1 , 698 




S 


691 


363 


659 


2,150 


648 


1,757 


25,939 


8,687 


5,565 


14,252 


11,687 


1 1 , 867 







701 


328 


791 


1,867 


921 


1,285 


26,274 


8,372 


5,426 


13,798 


12,476 


14,729 




N 


902 


497 


811 


1,782 


798 


1,567 


24,009 


8,560 


6,128 


14,688 


9,321 


14,013 




D 


925 


478 


802 


2,043 


457 


2,507 


22, 305 


7,073 


4,589 


11,662 


1 0, 643 


5,754 


1970 


J 


1,006 


630 


139 


243 


_ 


2,021 


10,474 


4,877 


1,378 


6,255 


4,111 


- 




F 


1,176 


454 


148 


250 


- 


1,768 


9,575 


3,618 


1,387 


5,005 


4,570 


- 




M 


1,070 


804 


282 


562 


- 


2,195 


11,781 


5,159 


1,754 


6,913 


4,869 






A 


776 


475 


533 


1,502 


722 


2,522 


22,524 


7,824 


5,335 


13,159 


9,365 


8,776 




M 


847 


364 


1,091 


2,236 


835 


1,397 


28,371 


9,917 


7,046 


16,963 


11,408 


15,133 




J 


1,123 


411 


1,047 


2,279 


444 


1,984 


28,438 


6,477 


11,084 


17,561 


10,877 


13,793 




J 


777 


320 


256 


2,565 


648 


2,709 


32, 065 


5,691 


11,411 


17,102 


14,963 


13,527 




A 


847 


610 


882 


2,699 


589 


2,428 


31,487 


6,359 


1 1 , 374 


17,733 


13,754 


15,443 




S 


756 


604 


985 


2,530 


656 


2,321 


30,416 


10,497 


6,227 


16,724 


13,692 


14,480 







903 


517 


1,339 


2,747 


580 


2,214 


31,832 


11,822 


6,522 


18,344 


13,488 


14,869 




NOTE: 


Components may not add 


to totals due to rounding. 'Includes 


cargo loadec 


and unloaded in foreigr 


and coastwise shipping 


'Annual data are 



Jonuary, 1971 



101 



SECTION 13 
TABLE 1 



Table 1: Bank of Canada (million dollars) 



end of period 



treasury 
bills 



government of Canada direct and guaranteed securities 

other maturities 

over over 

3 years 3 years 5 years over 

and under to 5 years to 10 years 10 years total 



total 



bankers' 
accep- 
tances 



advances net amount 

to of govt. 

chartered of Canada 

and foreign cheques items in 

savings currency investments on other process of 

banks assets' in IDB 2 banks settlement 



1968 
1969 

1968 N 
D 



1969 



1970 



453.4 
477.7 

310.8 
453.4 

421.0 
344.8 
354.1 
406.9 
296.1 
308.9 
368.1 
370.4 
403.2 
347.2 
401.9 
477.7 

443.5 
453.4 
403.1 
389.9 
352.3 
359.6 
501.1 
474.3 
462.7 
455.7 
519.5 



1,540.9 
1,929.6 

1,394.7 
1,540.9 

1,538.7 
1,499.9 
1.540.5 
1,570.5 
1,611.2 
1,625.0 
1,543.0 
1,502.7 
1,935.4 
1,865.1 
1,858.6 
1,929.6 

1,855.9 
1,839.5 
1,841.2 
2,002.0 
1,838.9 
1,837.9 
1,779.0 
1,786.8 
1,780.0 
1,847. 1 
1,847.3 



605.6 
516.2 

738.5 
605.6 

605.6 
662.3 
661.4 
672.3 
691.0 
759.1 
759.3 
805.6 
376.9 
453.6 
453.7 
516.2 

515.8 

509.7 

508.3 

501.6 

623. 

623. 

665. 

665. 

666. 

598.5 

598.7 



370.0 
236.2 

377.8 
370.0 

367.8 
309.8 
309.8 
307.8 
318.2 
250.3 
309.4 
306.2 
302.7 
302.7 
299.7 
236.2 

234.6 
234.1 
232.1 
156.4 
184.8 
184.8 
183.9 
310.4 
309.9 
312.9 
312.7 



914.8 
898.2 

915.0 
914.8 

914.2 
914.3 
914.5 
911.5 
908.9 
906.3 
904.1 
903.4 
902.1 
900.1 
900.2 
898.2 

898.3 
898.4 
897.1 
901.7 
901.9 
901.9 
899.4 
821.4 
819.7 
816.6 
818.6 



3,43 7.3 
3,580. 7 

3,426.0 
3,431.3 

3,426.3 
3.386.2 
3.426.2 
3.462. 7 
3,529.3 
3, 540. 7 
3,515.9 
3,517.8 
3,517.0 
3,521.5 
3,512.2 
3, 580. 1 

3.504.5 
3,481.7 
3,478.6 
3,561.8 
3,548.8 
3,547.9 
3,527.6 
3,584.0 
3.575.8 
3,575. 1 
3.577.3 



3. 884. 6 
4,057.8 

3,736.8 
3, 884. 6 

3,847.3 
3.731.0 
3. 780. 3 
3.868.9 
3,825.4 
3,849.6 
3, 883. 9 
3,888.2 
3, 920. 3 

3, 868. 7 
3,914. 1 

4, 057. 8 

3, 948. 
3, 935. 1 
3,881.7 
3,951.7 
3,901.0 

3, 907. 5 

4, 028. 7 
4, 058. 3 
4, 038. 5 
4, 030. 8 
4,096.8 



2.6 



3.9 
0.5 



3.1 
2.6 



1.0 
12.9 

3.0 
0.9 
1.3 



5.0 
0.9 



5.0 
0.7 
1.1 



0.9 



106.7 
160.6 

128.3 
106.7 

91.2 
120.2 

97.2 
132.8 
145.0 
217.6 
202.1 
208.4 
182.3 
211.4 
139.7 
160.6 

150.6 
164.6 
175.2 
183.7 
180.0 
239.4 
130.9 
121.2 
129.6 
137.0 
132.9 



354.0 
403.3 

350.2 
354.0 

358.1 
360.5 
360.5 
368.7 
369.8 
374.3 
378.0 
380.7 
382.1 
394.4 
397.7 
403.3 

409.0 
412.9 
417.2 
430.9 
434.5 
438.2 
442.4 
445.1 
447.4 
461.0 
464.4 



152.2 
88.9 

206.2 
152.2 

234.6 
238.4 

61.0 

66.0 
235. 
103. 

58. 
200. 

85. 
340.8 
236.9 

88.9 

196.8 
200.2 

62.8 
107.8 
223.4 
195.9 
279.8 

85.2 

58.6 
267.9 

46.8 



58.2 
88.2 

72.0 
58.2 

56.0 
72.5 
129.2 
111.4 
48.3 
49.9 
46.7 
61.3 
36.1 
42.6 
67.6 
88.2 

132.8 

206.3 

111.8 

38.8 

53.8 

59.4 

63.6 

61.3 

39.6 

42.0 

120.2 



liabilities 



Canadian dollar deposits 



end of 
period 



assets 



notes in circulation 



accrued held by 

interest total 

on invest- all other assets or chartered 

ments accounts 3 liabilities banks othe 



total 



government chartered 
of Canada banks 



foreign 

govern- central 

ment banks and 

of Canada official 

enter- insti- 

prises tutions 



all other liabilities 

Bank 

of Canada 

foreign cheques oil 

currency out- other 

liabilities standing accounts 



1968 
1969 



1969 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1970 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 



50.9 
60.0 

56.0 
50.9 

60.1 
67.3 
59.0 
41.9 
57.4 
56.2 
66.1 
75.9 
66.8 
47.5 
60.5 
60.0 

68.5 
76.5 
71.9 
48.4 
60.3 
60.2 
68.7 
83.6 
77.3 
48.9 
65.6 



23.9 
26.0 

24.0 
23.9 

24.4 
23.8 
23.8 
24.1 
24.1 
24.3 
24.6 
24.7 
24.6 
25.1 
26.2 
26.0 

28.8 
29.3 
29.8 
30.4 
30.4 
36.6 
32.7 
34.1 
34.2 
34.1 
34.2 



4,635.6 
4, 888. 3 

4.573.5 
4.635.6 

4.672.3 
4.613.7 
4.512. 7 
4,6 73.9 
4. 705.4 
4,679.2 
4, 660. 3 
4,839.4 
4,697.2 
4,933.6 
4,842.8 
4,888.3 

4, 934. 4 

5, 024. 9 
4,751.3 
4,804.6 
4, 883. 5 

4, 940. 3 

5, 047. 7 
4, 890. 2 
4, 825. 1 
5,021.8 
4, 960. 9 



568.9 2,660.3 3,229.2 
543.5 2,902.7 3,446.2 



381.8 
568.9 

396.9 
365.1 
454.8 
487.6 
400.2 
479.1 
488.8 
412.0 
496.5 
412.9 
406.8 
543.5 

417.5 
396.4 
497.0 
470.4 
440.7 
521.3 
489.8 
528.5 
560.0 
437.5 



2,643.2 
2,660.3 

2,602.6 
2,630.5 
2.597.5 
2,623.7 
2,739.6 
2,773.6 
2,789.6 
2,848.1 
2,747.1 
2,821.9 
2,856.9 
2,902.7 

2,810.0 
2,823.0 
2,792.2 
2,839.2 
2,912.9 
2,950.7 
3,020.0 
2,929.1 
2,897.7 
3,000.2 



3.024.9 
3.229.2 

2. 999. 5 
2,995.5 

3, 052. 3 
3, 777.3 
3,739.8 
3,252.7 
3,278.4 
3,260. 1 
3,243.6 
3,234.8 
3, 263. 7 
3, 446. 2 

3, 227. 5 
3,219.4 
3, 289. 2 
3, 309. 5 
3, 353. 7 
3, 472. 1 
3,509.8 
3,457.6 
3, 457. 7 
3,437.7 
3,475.8 



47.4 1,114.3 
80.9 1,108.8 



30.5 
47.4 

205.2 

118.8 

65.5 

126.9 

92.6 

72.5 

93.1 

84.0 

123.4 

102.2 

9.2 

80.9 

13.3 

31.7 

2.8 

84.7 
49.3 
106.2 
39.0 
91.4 
76.8 
94.1 
68.8 



1,003.2 
1,114.3 

1,100.8 
1,100.2 
1,035.2 
1,068.1 
1,106.8 
1,094.1 
1 , 072 . 9 
1,119.2 
1,093.3 
1,116.6 
1,116.8 
1,108.8 

1,216.4 

1,138.5 
1,119.5 
1,101.5 
1,117.9 
1,087.3 
1,106.2 
1,101.5 
1,059.7 
1,095.5 
1,114.1 



7.2 

5.7 

5.0 
7.2 

5.2 
5.0 
3.8 
3.7 
3.7 
6.3 
4.5 
5.0 
6.5 
5.7 
5.6 
5.7 

5.2 
4.6 
4.6 
0.1 

0.9 
0.1 
0.4 
0.4 
0.4 
0.5 



20.0 
24.9 

21.0 
20.0 

27.2 

19.8 
19.7 
20.5 
38.0 
27.7 
23.9 
22.6 
20.9 
22.5 
21.8 
24.9 

32.1 
22.7 
25.8 
24.5 
26.7 
21.7 
33.0 
19.1 
19.7 
26.6 
22.0 



11.2 

11.4 

10.7 
11.2 

12.0 
11.3 
12.0 
10.3 
12.9 
13.8 
10.6 
11.5 
11.1 
14.4 
11.5 
11.4 

13.9 
11.8 
13.4 
12.7 
12.9 
14.0 
12.6 
13.7 
11.3 
12.7 
13.2 



28.3 
23.6 

53.2 
28.3 

15.8 
45.2 
22.0 
36.6 
16.5 
34.5 
19.8 
26.7 
7.3 
59.0 
27.9 
23.6 

72.9 

122.5 
22.7 
56.2 
29.4 
41.3 
36.8 
22.4 
30.7 
33.1 
40.4 



146.5 
155.0 

336.3 
146.5 

257.0 

252.0 

217.8 

179.5 

219.4 

130.6 

109. 

253. 

113. 

279. 

333. 

155. 



299.3 
400.3 
178.2 
150.1 
231.2 
145.5 
252.1 
124.8 
103.8 
259.7 
170.2 



31.5 
31.7 

88.6 
31.5 

49.6 
65.8 
83.9 
57.0 
75.7 
46.9 
47.3 
57.3 
77.8 
98.4 
53.3 
31.7 

53.8 
73.5 
95.1 
65.3 
62.3 
51.5 
58.0 
59.3 
65.2 
61.9 
55.9 



Foreign exchange and foreign securities. industrial Development Bank capital stock, bonds and debentures. 

Capital, rest fund and all other liabilities. Source: Statistical Summary of Bank of Canada. 



'Bank premises and all other assets. 



SECTION 13 










102 










January. 1971 


TABLE 2 
































Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars 


) 












Cana 


dian cash reserves 






liabilities 














an 


a 1 ipu i d as sets 




























accep- 


end of period 




Canadian 
dollar 


average 




Canadian dollar deposits 








advances 


tances, 






cash 














guarantees 




total cash 


deposit 


reserve go 


vernment provincial personal other 


other 




public 




from Bank 


and letters 




reserves 


liabilities 


ratio (%) o 


Canada governments savings notice 


banks 2 




demand 


total 


of Canada 


of credit 


1968 


1,490 


23,314 


6.40 


669 


391 13,622 4,050 


260 




7,387 


26. 379 


5 


866 


1969 


1,650 


26,445 


6.38 1 


,308 


209 15,030 3,392 


360 




7,037 


27. 336 


1 


1,263 


1968 D 


1,490 


23,314 


6.40 


669 


391 13,622 4,050 


260 




7,387 


26, 379 


5 


866 


1969 J 


1.667 


25,480 


6.54 


672 


342 13,840 4,369 


226 




5,944 


25. 393 


1 


848 


F 


1.662 


25, 604 


6.49 


663 


388 14,016 4,559 


236 




5,952 


25,874 


- 


837 


M 


1.588 


25,353 


6.26 


544 


583 14,229 4,425 


254 




6,592 


26, 627 


1 


861 


A 


1,606 


25,680 


6.25 


610 


492 14,412 4,078 


265 




6,400 


26. 256 


- 


908 


M 


1,628 


25,885 


6.29 


742 


445 14,435 4,080 


230 




6,195 


26, 727 


- 


996 


J 


1.646 


26,022 


6.32 


832 


350 14,632 3,916 


268 




6,795 


26, 793 


- 


1,052 


J 


1,652 


25,978 


6.36 


801 


304 14,756 3,739 


246 




6,338 


26, 184 


- 


1,050 


A 


1,690 


26,250 


6.44 


782 


309 14,947 3,763 


225 




6,159 


26, 186 


- 


1,080 


S 


1,651 


25,971 


6.36 


532 


272 15,154 3,719 


263 




6,648 


26, 588 


- 


1,135 





1,653 


26, 063 


6.34 


392 


197 15,350 3,821 


338 




6,347 


26, 444 


- 


1,178 


N 


1,668 


26,250 


6.35 1 


,510 


193 14,937 3,680 


294 




6,379 


26, 993 


- 


1,181 


D 


1,687 


26,445 


6.38 1 


,308 


209 15,030 3,392 


360 




7,037 


27, 336 


1 


1,263 


1970 J 


1,771 


26,843 


6.60 1 


,438 


215 15,200 3,327 


292 




5,979 


26, 452 


_ 


1,259 


F 


1,750 


26,637 


6.57 1 


,363 


218 15,344 3,393 


342 




5,830 


26. 490 


- 


1,337 


M 


1.688 


26,195 


6.45 


839 


326 15,583 3,440 


338 




6,430 


26, 956 


- 


1,421 


A 


1,662 


26,167 


6.35 


471 


323 15,815 3,632 


344 




6,185 


26, 770 


- 


1,507 


M 


1.678 


26,516 


6.33 


518 


285 15,847 3,820 


300 




6,093 


26, 863 


- 


1,376 


J 


1.639 


26,551 


6.18 


232 


346 16,010 4,113 


330 




6,789 


27,819 


- 


1,417 


J 


1.649 


26,769 


6.16 


333 


342 16,213 4,119 


315 




6,326 


27, 648 


- 


1,438 


A 


1.695 


27,412 


6.18 


366 


291 16,397 4,075 


317 




6,793 


28, 238 


- 


1,434 


S 


1,688 r 


27,473 


6.14 


242 


250 16,533 4,076 


304 




6,637 


28, 042 


- 


1,503 





1. 702 r 


27,681 r 


6.15r 


292 


252 16,817 4,668 


306 




6,450 


28, 784 


- 


1,523 


N 


1. 713 


27,948 


6.12 
























liabilities 










assets 
















government of Canada 

direct and 

guaranteed bonds 4 




end of period 




debentures 


accumulated 


share- 


Bank of 
total Canada Canadian 












appro- 














oil other 


issued and 


priations 


holders 


Canadian deposits day-to-day 


treasury 


3 years 


over 3 


net foreign 




liabilities 


outstanding 


for losses 


equity 3 


liabilities and notes 


loans 


bills 


and under 


years 


assets* 


1968 


106 


40 


562 


1,362 


29.321 1,683 


193 


2 


124 


1,680 


1,761 


283 


1969 


211 


40 


595 


1,502 


30, 948 1 , 652 


183 


2 


087 


1,327 


1,654 


-154 


1968 D 


106 


40 


562 


1,362 


29,32? 1,683 


193 


2 


124 


1,680 


1,761 


283 


1969 J 


129 


40 


562 


1,362 


28,334 1,498 


260 


2 


040 


1,665 


1,767 


228 


F 


115 


40 


562 


1,362 


28.729 1,465 


237 


2 


138 


1,670 


1,774 


246 


M 


131 


40 


562 


1,370 


29.591 1,490 


247 


2 


155 


1.685 


1.777 


141 


A 


124 


40 


562 


1,402 


29,292 1,556 


259 


2 


018 


1,525 


1,777 


-42 


M 


131 


40 


562 


1,403 


29,258 1,507 


251 


2 


172 


1,454 


1,723 


-56 


J 


129 


40 


562 


1,404 


29,979 1,573 


213 


2 


220 


1,414 


1,723 


-154 


J 


147 


40 


562 


1,405 


29,387 1,562 


211 


2 


215 


1,343 


1,741 


-377 


A 


132 


40 


562 


1,405 


29,405 1,531 


238 


2 


194 


1,345 


1,752 


-295 


S 


149 


40 


562 


1,406 


29.880 1,590 


234 


2 


164 


1,512 


1,595 


-387 





200 


40 


595 


1,477 


29.934 1,530 


242 


2 


165 


1,399 


1,626 


-294 


N 


206 


40 


595 


1,481 


30,496 1,524 


205 


2 


135 


1,393 


1,640 


-245 


D 


211 


40 


595 


1,502 


30. 948 1 , 652 


183 


2 


087 


1,327 


1,654 


-154 


1970 J 


149 


40 


595 


1,514 


30. 008 1 , 634 


237 


2 


093 


1,327 


1,673 


-356 


F 


145 


40 


595 


1,514 


30,72 7 1,535 


288 


2 


091 


1,250 


1,694 


-470 


M 


143 


40 


595 


1,515 


30,669 1,616 


293 


2 


197 


1,256 


1,703 


-448 


A 


150 


40 


595 


1,515 


30,577 1,572 


258 


2 


246 


1,515 


1,497 


-277 


M 


145 


40 


595 


1,516 


30,535 1,559 


278 


2 


484 


1,514 


1,580 


-234 


J 


145 


40 


595 


1,516 


37,532 1,609 


244 


2 


633 


1,568 


1,618 


-99 


J 


147 


40 


595 


1,516 


37,384 1,596 


309 


2 


531 


1,527 


1,774 


-324 


A 


128 


40 


595 


1,517 


37,957 1,630 


345 


2 


616 


1,518 


1,817 


-251 


S 


117 


40 


595 


1,517 


37,874 1,620 


328 


2 


710 


1,586 


1,843 


-299 





106 


40 


604 


1,599 


32,656 1,533 


299 


2 


814 


1,766 


1,734 


-67 



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103 












SECTION 13 


























TABLE 




























TABLE 3 










Table 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars) 


— conclude 


d 








assets 




















other 








end of period 






oans in Canadian currency 6 








Canadian 


securities 


Canadian 
dollar 
items 




total Cana- 
dian and 










Canada 






insured 


other 










coll 


provincia 


qrain 


Savings 


general 




residential 


residential 


provincial- 




in transit 


all other 


net foreign 


and short 


municipa 


I 5 dealers 7 


Bonds 8 


loans' 


total loans 


mortgages 


mortgages 


municipal 5 


corporate 


(net) 


assets 


assets 


1968 


515 


836 


833 


231 


13,646 


76,06 7 


831 


212 


739 


712 


1,582 


1,459 


29,327 


1969 


317 


919 


1,096 


238 


15,347 


77, 977 


999 


325 


732 


718 


1,459 


2,048 


30, 948 


1968 D 


515 


836 


833 


231 


13,646 


76,067 


831 


212 


739 


712 


1,582 


1,459 


29,327 


1969 J 


467 


858 


881 


200 


13,760 


76, 766 


843 


225 


725 


729 


726 


1,462 


28, 334 


F 


486 


926 


894 


176 


13,955 


16.437 


856 


237 


733 


709 


759 


1,468 


28, 729 


M 


361 


1,011 


911 


153 


14,269 


76, 705 


870 


248 


753 


744 


1,289 


1,488 


29,597 


A 


329 


955 


945 


129 


14,647 


77,005 


886 


256 


734 


684 


1,099 


1,536 


29, 292 


M 


330 


870 


938 


107 


14,851 


77,096 


902 


270 


733 


690 


889 


1,628 


29,258 


J 


364 


891 


964 


85 


15,134 


77,438 


922 


286 


714 


709 


1,210 


1,712 


29, 979 


J 


316 


832 


972 


63 


15,080 


77,263 


935 


2 96 


703 


726 


1,048 


1,721 


29, 387 


A 


329 


796 


1,028 


44 


15,088 


77, 285 


953 


305 


692 


722 


918 


1,766 


29,405 


S 


346 


797 


1,092 


23 


15,121 


77, 379 


970 


302 


700 


718 


1,264 


1,836 


29, 880 





448 


878 


1,119 


5 


15,307 


77, 757 


977 


309 


704 


718 


939 


1,862 


29, 934 


N 


372 


892 


1,132 


256 


15,317 


77, 969 


988 


325 


734 


740 


1,157 


1,931 


30, 496 


D 


317 


919 


1,096 


238 


15,347 


77,977 


999 


325 


732 


718 


1,459 


2,048 


30, 948 


1970 J 


247 


972 


1,101 


210 


15,094 


77, 624 


1,004 


312 


724 


782 


913 


2,042 


30, 008 


F 


257 


1,144 


1,083 


184 


15,088 


77, 756 


1,006 


308 


728 


792 


1,040 


2,103 


30, 727 


M 


338 


1,068 


1,044 


161 


15,127 


77, 738 


1,010 


303 


725 


857 


1,221 


2,198 


30, 669 


A 


355 


928 


959 


133 


15,163 


77, 538 


1,021 


312 


734 


827 


1,034 


2,300 


30, 577 


M 


321 


903 


905 


107 


15,047 


77,283 


1,032 


313 


729 


789 


1,044 


2,166 


30, 535 


J 


395 


962 


839 


87 


15,356 


77,639 


1,036 


314 


733 


797 


1,232 


2,209 


37,532 


J 


288 


932 


843 


64 


15,814 


77,94 7 


1,044 


317 


717 


747 


985 


2,220 


37,384 


A 


386 


823 


827 


44 


15,731 


77,877 


1,056 


329 


719 


733 


1,371 


2,256 


37,957 


S 


392 


798 


798 


26 


15,736 


77, 750 


1,059 


338 


735 


751 


1,015 


2,378 


37,874 





762 


837 


759 


7 


1 5, 976 


78,347 


1,075 


348 


753 


790 


861 


2,413 


32, 656 



'Bank of Canada deposits are averages of the juridical days in the month shown whileBank of Canada notes and Canadian dollar deposit liabilities are aver- 
ages of the 4 consecutive Wednesdays ending with the second last Wednesday in the previous month. 2 Mainly deposits of foreign banks. 'Capital, rest fund and 
undivided profits as at the latest fiscal year-end. 'Including issues payable in foreign currency. 'Securities purchased direct from issuer with a term of less than 
one year at time of issue are classified as loans. 'Excluding Canadian day-to-day loans. 'Loans to grain dealers and exporters. 'Loans to finance purchase of 
Canada Savings Bonds at time of issue. 'Total of foreign funds, short term foreign investments and other foreign currency assets less foreign currency liabilities. 
"Including loans tn instalment finance companies. Source: Statistical Summary of Bank of Canada. 



Table 3: currency outside banks and chartered bank deposits (million dollars) 













chc 


irtered bank depos 


its 




currency and chartered 
bank deposits 






outside 


banks 






. 












. 










held by 
























notes 


coin 


total 


of Canada 


savings 


and notice 


demand 


total' 


total 2 


general public 3 


1968 D 


2,597 


390 


2,988 


886 


13,463 


4,395 


5,870 


24.614 


27,601 


26,716 


1969 D 


2,850 


430 


3,279 


1,437 


14,892 


3,622 


5,925 


25,876 


29,155 


27,718 


1968 D 


2,597 


390 


2,988 


886 


13,463 


4,395 


5,870 


24,614 


27,601 


26,716 


1969 J 


2,526 


399 


2,926 


733 


13,655 


4.373 


5.893 


24,654 


27,580 


26,847 


F 


2,487 


398 


2,885 


727 


13,849 


4,738 


5,505 


24,819 


27,704 


26,977 


M 


2,508 


402 


2,910 


632 


14,011 


4,904 


5^59$ 


25,143 


28, 053 


27,421 


A 


2,581 


406 


"3, 987 


660 


14,232 


4,585 


5,839 


25,317 


28,303 


27,643 


M 


2,601 


407 


3,009 


690 


14,351 


4,365 


5,780 


25,185 


28,194 


27,504 


J 


2,646 


412 


3JD57 


833 


14,436 


4,238 


JL?17 


25,323 


28,380 


27,548 


J 


2,729 


415 


"37144 


876 


14,599 


3,990 


5,886 


25,351 


28,495 


27,618 


A 


2,714 


417 


3,131 


841 


14,783 


3,971 


5,733 


25,329 


28,460 


27,619 


S 


2,711 


422 


3JJ13 
"37139 


640 


14,934 


3,914 


5,810 


25,298 


28,431 


27,791 





2,716 


423 


565 


15,086 


3,898 


"37597' 


25,446 


28,586 


28,020 


N 


2,732 


426 


3,158 


922 


15,052 


3,816 


5,955 


25,745 


28, 904 


27,981 


D 


2,850 


430 


3,279 


1,437 


14,892 


3,622 


5,925 


25,876 


29,155 


27,718 


1970 J 


2,697 


434 


3,131 


1,507 


14,990 


3,485 


5,755 


25,737 


28,868 


27,360 


F 


2,683 


431 


3, 1 14 


1,393 


15,174 


3,511 


5,494 


25, 572 


28,686 


27,293 


M 


2,709 


433 


3,142 


1,084 


15,324 


3,594 


5,528 


25,530 


28,673 


27,588 


A 


2,753 


437 


3,190 


792 


15,569 


3,737 


5,678 


25,776 


28,966 


28,174 


M 


2,784 


438 


3,222 


484 


15,776 


3,966 


5,602 


25,828 


29,048 


28,564 


J 


2,819 


442 


3,261 


363 


15,845 


4,196 


5,707 


26,112 


29,371 


29, 008 


J 


2,902 


446 


3,348 


336 


16,018 


4,312 


5,873 


26,540 


29, 888 


29,551 


A 


2,886 


449 


3,335 


405 


16,194 


4,331 


5,881 


26,811 


30,146 


29,742 


S 


2, 893 r 


451 


3,344 


242 


16,406r 


4,317 


5, 882 r 


26, 847 r 


30,192 


29,949 





2,877 


451 


3,329 


400 


16,552 


4,437 


5,953 


27,342 


30,671 


30,271 


N 


2,901 


454 


3,355 


887 


16,566 


4,689 


6,021 


28,163 


31,518 


30,630 



'Less Canadian dollar float. 
Bank of Canada. 



includes Government of Canada Deposits. 'Excludes Government Canada Deposits. 



Source: Statistical Summary, 



SECTION 13 














104 












January, 1971 


TABLE 4 










































Table 


4: cheq 


ues cash 


ed in clearing centres (million dollars) 




































by type of account 




rhly 




Atlantic 
















by selected cities 










mon 








averages 




























personal 


or months 


Canada' 


provinces 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouvei 


current 


savings 


chequing 


1968 




53, 058 


1,459 


15,449 


24,751 


2,849 


1,172 


3,492 


3,887 


13,649 


19,225 


2,804 


3,360 


49,963 


2,504 


591 


1969 




61,284 


1,746 


16,615 


29,960 


3,036 


1,224 


3,966 


4,737 


14,683 


23,667 


2,992 


4,118 


57,514 


2,942 


827 


















unadjuste 


d for seasonal variation 












1968 


J 


52,161 


1,393 


15,696 


23,788 


2,799 


1,151 


3,450 


3,884 


13,857 


18,156 


2,753 


3,398 


49,102 


2,453 


607 




A 


53,403 


1,398 


15,659 


25,130 


2,633 


1,159 


3,276 


4,148 


13,819 


19,772 


2,589 


3,440 


50,624 


2,203 


576 




S 


52,294 


1,371 


16,171 


23,360 


2,843 


1,063 


3,476 


4,010 


14,266 


18,205 


2,797 


3,474 


49,364 


2,301 


630 







57,227 


1,629 


17,061 


26,137 


3,168 


1,293 


3,686 


4,253 


15,061 


20,307 


3,118 


3,651 


54,156 


2,405 


666 




N 


56,826 


1,494 


16,634 


25, 836 


3,144 


1,365 


3,777 


4,575 


14,601 


19,782 


3,088 


4,029 


52,604 


3,477 


744 




D 


58,243 


1,600 


16,611 


27,495 


2,886 


1,187 


4,055 


4,409 


14,635 


21,278 


2,841 


3,750 


54,861 


2,600 


782 


1969 


J 


57,533 


1,587 


15,958 


28,095 


2,727 


1,088 


3,824 


4,254 


14,159 


22,022 


2,688 


3,740 


54,191 


2,645 


697 




F 


53,307 


1.491 


15,422 


26.201 


2,450 


948 


2,750 


4,045 


13,793 


20.743 


2,416 


3,558 


49,762 


2,811 


734 




M 


58,080 


1,542 


16,888 


27,837 


2,671 


1,089 


3,593 


4,461 


15,115 


21,776 


2,630 


3,828 


54,581 


2,764 


734 




A 


60,612 


1,774 


16,021 


29,403 


3,062 


1,449 


4,262 


4,642 


14,113 


23,242 


3,017 


4,011 


56,915 


2,909 


789 




M 


62,879 


1,764 


16,987 


31,271 


3,057 


1,254 


3,928 


4,619 


15,092 


24,816 


3,015 


4,059 


58,834 


3,144 


901 




J 


63,382 


1,599 


17,078 


31,210 


3,063 


1,116 


4,562 


4,755 


15,179 


24,646 


3,019 


4,045 


59,492 


3,006 


884 




J 


65,218 


1,628 


18,127 


32,104 


2,952 


1,249 


4,180 


4,978 


16,189 


25,392 


2,909 


4,331 


61,430 


2,933 


854 




A 


56,311 


1,809 


15,603 


26,979 


2,730 


1,062 


3,669 


4,460 


13,712 


21,146 


2,688 


3,871 


52 , 942 


2,592 


777 




S 


60,849 


1,854 


16,787 


28,539 


3,196 


1,370 


4,146 


4,957 


14,834 


22,409 


3,151 


4,254 


57,352 


2,659 


838 







65,334 


1,929 


16,866 


32,602 


3,654 


1,383 


3,938 


4,962 


14,853 


26,026 


3,606 


4,361 


61,663 


2,789 


881 




N 


63,315 


1,948 


16,451 


30,671 


3,328 


1,416 


4,224 


5,277 


14,283 


24,161 


3,271 


4,622 


58,184 


4,220 


911 




D 


68,585 


2,026 


17,190 


34,614 


3,546 


1,261 


4,516 


5,431 


14,874 


27,655 


3,496 


4,736 


64,825 


2,833 


928 


1970 


J 


60,991 


1,776 


14,993 


31,483 


2,982 


1 , 255 


3,991 


4,510 


13,087 


25,527 


2,939 


4,030 


57,569 


2,540 


881 




F 


58, 174 


1,631 


15,267 


29,671 


2,961 


989 


3,513 


4, 141 


13,504 


24, 032 


2,925 


3,664 


55,013 


2,370 


792 




M 


64,393 


1,974 


17,125 


32,421 


3,145 


1,170 


3,998 


4,561 


15,095 


26,223 


3,104 


3,951 


60,897 


2,625 


871 




A 


69,331 


2,018 


18,252 


34,406 


3,496 


1,514 


4,776 


4,870 


16,089 


27,814 


3,453 


4,385 


65,682 


2,738 


911 




M 


63,951 


1,884 


16,350 


32,901 


3,080 


1,253 


3,862 


4,621 


14,353 


26,449 


3,029 


4,055 


59,921 


3,069 


961 




J 


70,109 


1,925 


17,070 


37,125 


3,627 


1,382 


4,218 


4,762 


15,044 


30,198 


3,581 


4,234 


66,188 


2,949 


972 




J 


72,016 


1,980 


1 9, 076 


32,219 


3,540 


1,389 


4,992 


4,821 


16,220 


29,270 


3,492 


4,165 


68,017 


2,983 


1,016 




A 


65,090 


1,838 


18,538 


31,531 


2,959 


1,219 


4,559 


4,445 


16,074 


25,510 


2,919 


3,810 


61,500 


2,667 


923 




S 


69,816 


1,897 


18,136 


35,127 


3,367 


1,360 


4,902 


5,028 


15,620 


28,364 


3,318 


4,278 


65,939 


2,834 


1,043 







72,907 


1,930 


1 9, 71 6 


37,189 


3,465 


1,518 


4,215 


4,874 


17,297 


30,392 


3,418 


4,258 


69,309 


2,593 


1,005 



M. CD. 

1968 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1969 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1970 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 




adjusted for seasonal variation 

4 5 5 5 



52 


206 1, 


56 


285 1, 


55 


312 1, 


54 


863 1, 


55 


369 1, 


55 


267 1, 


54 


818 1, 


58 


495 1, 


60 


396 1, 


59 


828 1, 


61 


016 1, 


61 


929 1, 


65 


486 1, 


61 


730 1, 


62 


347 1, 


62 


232 1, 


64 


071 1, 


63 


530 1, 


59 


916 1, 


63 


841 1, 


64 


486 2, 


67 


930 1, 


64 


624 1, 


66 


201 1, 


71 


956 2, 


71 


104 1, 


72 


600 1, 


71 


639 1, 



432 


15,792 


24, 084 


2,700 


1,108 


3,425 


3,755 


13,896 


18,808 


2,653 


3,259 


49,069 


2,520 


617 


435 


16,302 


27,286 


2,726 


1,218 


3,551 


4,088 


14,471 


21,375 


2,687 


3,451 


53,304 


2,372 


609 


454 


16,507 


25,388 


2,861 


1,153 


3,648 


4,119 


14,651 


19,700 


2,811 


3,573 


52,141 


2,524 


647 


609 


16,237 


25,114 


2,799 


1,207 


3,627 


4,146 


14,261 


19,360 


2,755 


3,542 


51,696 


2,496 


671 


475 


16,142 


25,382 


3,062 


1,302 


3,702 


4,383 


14,222 


19,561 


3,024 


3,904 


52,103 


2,573 


693 


527 


16,014 


25,847 


2,779 


1,244 


3,710 


4,212 


14,122 


19,966 


2,734 


3,614 


51,810 


2,711 


746 


534 


15,493 


25, 974 


2,838 


988 


3,641 


4,286 


13,721 


20,170 


2,797 


3,752 


51,341 


2,729 


748 


573 


15,968 


28,364 


2,841 


1,159 


3,211 


4,594 


14,182 


22,453 


2,799 


4,044 


54,511 


3,187 


797 


649 


17,917 


28,896 


2,939 


1,167 


3,911 


4,619 


16,055 


22,423 


2,894 


3,960 


56,668 


2,987 


741 


680 


16,205 


29,094 


2,990 


1,260 


3,797 


4,572 


14,165 


22,970 


2,942 


3,946 


55,973 


3,053 


802 


627 


16,606 


30,045 


2,961 


1,168 


3,887 


4,674 


14,827 


23,845 


2,919 


4,027 


57,570 


2,647 


799 


616 


17,014 


30,130 


2,982 


1,158 


4,413 


4,707 


15,127 


24,013 


2,935 


3,998 


57,984 


3,077 


868 


689 


18,314 


32,760 


2,843 


1,209 


4,201 


4,818 


16,2 94 


26,389 


2,800 


4,129 


61,705 


2,909 


872 


904 


16,850 


30,264 


2,972 


1,202 


4,069 


4,490 


14,767 


23,666 


2,925 


4,004 


58,032 


2,892 


806 


885 


16,657 


30,260 


3,068 


1,390 


4,255 


4, 945 


14,784 


23,573 


3,028 


4,219 


58,601 


2,867 


879 


906 


15,968 


30, 825 


3,301 


1,299 


3,845 


4,828 


14,017 


24,474 


3,257 


4,250 


58,463 


2,894 


875 


991 


16,484 


31,449 


3,312 


1,433 


4,262 


5,199 


14,376 


24,988 


3,266 


4,602 


60,050 


3,178 


843 


834 


16,173 


31,524 


3,305 


1,288 


3,950 


5,063 


1 3, 953 


25,376 


3,256 


4,474 


59,708 


2,904 


918 


743 


15,019 


30,265 


3,164 


1,135 


3,979 


4,704 


13,115 


24,187 


3,126 


4,161 


56,395 


2,598 


923 


706 


15,802 


32,119 


3,425 


1,214 


4,103 


4,701 


13,876 


26,020 


3,381 


4,164 


60,301 


2,681 


859 


048 


17,632 


32,682 


3,360 


1,200 


4,271 


4,559 


15,544 


26,021 


3,314 


3,933 


60,739 


2,862 


885 


932 


18,296 


33,752 


3,415 


1,319 


4,236 


4,836 


15,972 


27,265 


3,370 


4,338 


64, 142 


2,856 


932 


834 


16,602 


32,675 


3,115 


1,248 


3,917 


4,793 


14,709 


26,362 


3,052 


4,146 


61,150 


2,644 


830 


878 


1 6, 554 


34,894 


3,364 


1,337 


3,995 


4,576 


14,557 


28,508 


3,324 


4,047 


62,268 


2,957 


976 


079 


19,151 


36,437 


3,497 


1,358 


4,979 


4,662 


16,246 


30,079 


3,448 


3,990 


67,980 


2,952 1 


,024 


920 


19,825 


35,471 


3,192 


1,372 


5,039 


4,497 


17,313 


28,697 


3,149 


3,958 


67,067 


3,069 


968 


952 


18,221 


37,337 


3,221 


1,451 


4,961 


4,984 


15,773 


30,153 


3,170 


4,234 


68,496 


2,984 1 


,120 


935 


19,290 


36,594 


3,198 


1,420 


4,308 


4,912 


16,906 


29,587 


3,164 


4,273 


67,995 


2,671 


973 



NOTE: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 
Centres (61-001), D. B. S. 



'This series covers 50 clearing house centres. 



Source: Cheques Cashed In Clearing 



January, 1971 






> 




105 












SECTION 13 
























TABLES 5 and 6 








Table 


5: life insurance sa 


les' by type 


and province 


(million 


dollars) 








monthly 










ind 


ividual insurance 2 










total, 
group and 


averages 
























who I esa I e 


or months 


total 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


insurance 1 


1968 


739.37 


5.81 


2.04 


19.30 


14.50 


234.95 


279.76 


27.65 


23.88 


59.38 


71.59 


331.7 


1969 


760.89 


5.64 


1.85 


20.15 


15.17 


241.89 


286.40 


27.02 


21.76 


58.13 


76.66 


364.1 


1968 J 


690.37 


4.56 


1.41 


19.88 


13.74 


217.34 


271.96 


25.80 


21.46 


49.01 


64.92 


149.1 


A 


630.19 


5.01 


1.15 


15.91 


13.08 


203.30 


233.33 


22.78 


21.72 


50.30 


63.30 


353.5 


S 


695.49 


6.03 


2.24 


17.33 


12.82 


224.67 


259.17 


25.80 


24.19 


54.15 


68.71 


243.1 





813.75 


7.13 


2.48 


19.67 


16.62 


263.01 


308.11 


31.86 


23.22 


64.39 


76.89 


282.3 


N 


865.03 


7.32 


2.25 


22.56 


16.54 


282.29 


329.47 


29.91 


25.79 


70.49 


77.25 


384.4 


D 


845.69 


6.32 


2.40 


21.30 


14.54 


278.86 


314.60 


30.85 


25.49 


68.07 


82.73 


775.7 


1969 J 


664.31 


6.01 


1.40 


17.47 


13.96 


202.11 


251.48 


26.71 


21.62 


51.76 


65.55 


211.5 


F 


718.53 


6.40 


1.77 


16.48 


15.27 


216.68 


280.81 


25.98 


21.28 


56.14 


72.47 


220.6 


M 


802.58 


5.53 


1.64 


19.31 


14.98 


245.32 


314.35 


27.63 


23.40 


68.87 


74.63 


188.3 


A 


772.63 


6.14 


1.95 


18.57 


14.79 


242.36 


283.88 


24.73 


24.37 


59.00 


81.24 


252.4 


M 


770.08 


3.99 


2.03 


19.30 


13.45 


252.44 


284.99 


29.23 


22.91 


61.11 


77.37 


231.0 


J 


836.69 


5.82 


2.76 


22.82 


16.98 


256.05 


320.36 


29.99 


27.06 


61.12 


88.59 


431.9 


J 


756.11 


4. 96 


2.05 


23.64 


15.02 


234.87 


285.18 


27.77 


22.03 


55.16 


80.44 


380.1 


A 


676.55 


4.74 


1.63 


18.86 


14.02 


219.28 


255.26 


21.32 


18.64 


48.63 


69.11 


203.6 


S 


701.47 


5.22 


1.47 


19.20 


12.80 


235.27 


259.14 


25.48 


18.26 


49.16 


71.85 


416.3 





785.04 


6.02 


1.92 


20.38 


16.58 


257.59 


295.69 


27.16 


19.99 


57.79 


76.09 


495.3 


N 


820.25 


7.30 


2.01 


22.08 


16.76 


267.79 


305.08 


29.64 


21.84 


60.21 


81.19 


600.8 


D 


826.47 


5.57 


1.53 


23.67 


17.39 


272.92 


300.62 


28.54 


19.74 


68.58 


81.34 


737.3 


1970 J 


621.48 


5.27 


1.52 


18.04 


11.44 


196.83 


235.45 


24.58 


16.40 


50.65 


61.28 


387.2 


F 


740.33 


7.18 


1.68 


21.74 


15.94 


236.93 


274.51 


28.97 


18.25 


62.84 


72.29 


335.5 


M 


789.85 


6.28 


1.87 


22.46 


15.60 


243.82 


301.45 


28.83 


21.49 


67.03 


81.02 


395.4 


A 


785.56 


6.80 


2.24 


22.51 


14.65 


251.26 


286.46 


31.53 


21.09 


65.65 


83.36 


427.8 


M 


727.60 


5.47 


1.73 


20.92 


12.32 


236.78 


276.96 


28.49 


19.75 


57.28 


67.90 


235.3 


J 


792.65 


5.93 


2.18 


22.57 


16.64 


254.90 


299.05 


31.94 


22.28 


69.04 


68.12 


334.3 


J 


751.20 


4.93 


2.00 


25.57 


13.67 


238.20 


294.37 


29.25 


21.08 


59.89 


62.22 


353.0 


A 


645.67 


5.02 


1.76 


18.09 


12.01 


210.39 


243.06 


22.46 


16.66 


54.05 


62.17 


210.4 


S 


725.97 


6.35 


2.28 


21.61 


14.05 


251.10 


257.65 


26.91 


19.94 


59.92 


66.16 


272.7 





850.39 


6.92 


2.32 


24.36 


16.99 


285.54 


319.46 


32.84 


18.83 


67.61 


75.52 


346.2 



'Excluding revivals, increases, dividend additions, reinsurance acquired, credit insurance and pension bonds without insurance. Value totals are estimates 
projected from the sales reported by companies operating in Canada representing over 80% of new ordinary and of new group contracts. 2 Total new settled-for 
ordinary sales in Canada. Under new or amended contracts. Source: Monthly Survey of Life Insurance Sales in Canada, Life Insurance Agency Management 

Association, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A. 



Table 6: benefit payments of all life insurance companies' (million dollars) 









under life 


insurance 






under 


total payments 


to policyholders 




averages. 






disability 








and beneficiaries 


months 
or guarters 




death and 
accidental 


benefits 


matured 


surrender 


dividends 


annuities 








all 




















total 


death claims 


payments) 


endowments 


values 


holders 


total 


policies 


individual' 


group 


1968 


229.33 


96.15 


2.26 


18.80 


56.66 


55.46 


57.28 


286.61 


1 98. 85 


87.76 


1969 


252.47 


105.27 


2.48 


18.52 


69.39 


56.80 


64.31 


316.78 


212.04 


104.75 


1967 J 


69.45 


29.55 


0.81 


6.16 


16.91 


16.03 


16.93 


86.38 


59.46 


26.92 


F 


69.66 


29.80 


0.70 


5.83 


15.99 


17.34 


13.21 


82.87 


56.40 


26.46 


M 


71.51 


27.40 


0.80 


7.01 


19.18 


17.13 


15.74 


87.25 


60.78 


26.46 


A 


69.58 


29.27 


0.66 


6.46 


18.15 


15.03 


16.18 


85.75 


58. 99 


26.76 


M 


71.47 


29.71 


0.63 


6.41 


17.94 


16.78 


16.60 


88.07 


59.32 


28.75 


J 


72.20 


29.85 


0.62 


6.85 


17.61 


17.28 


16.85 


89.05 


60.98 


28.07 


J 


65.47 


27.85 


0.63 


5.75 


15.41 


15.82 


14.70 


80.17 


56.35 


23.82 


A 


64.83 


30.85 


0.64 


5.40 


15.87 


12.06 


14.96 


79.79 


54.48 


25.32 


S 


66.03 


28.62 


0.75 


6.13 


14.88 


15.66 


14.25 


80.27 


54.86 


25.41 





73.32 


32.09 


0.56 


6.65 


16.49 


17.53 


16.06 


89.37 


61.71 


27.66 


N 


76.90 


32.67 


0.50 


8.04 


17.34 


18.34 


14.55 


91.45 


63.56 


27.89 


D 


79.42 


27.07 


1.44 


6.32 


15.77 


28.81 


18.78 


98.20 


66.99 


31.21 


1968 1 


226.92 


98.81 


2.43 


18.70 


54.40 


52.58 


50.65 


277.57 


190.48 


87.09 


2 


232.85 


95.51 


2.16 


19.49 


59.28 


56.40 


47.32 


280. 18 


194.23 


85.95 


3 


207.65 


93.89 


2.34 


16.34 


49.69 


45.38 


48.18 


255.83 


176.95 


78.88 


4 


249.91 


96.38 


2.10 


20.68 


63.28 


67.46 


82.95 


332.86 


233.73 


99.12 


1969 1 


249.14 


107.75 


2.40 


18.64 


64.74 


55.60 


52.78 


301 . 92 


208.95 


92.97 


2 


253.00 


100.73 


2.17 


19.20 


74.08 


56.81 


53.47 


306.46 


213.36 


93.10 


3 


234.87 


102.41 


2.77 


16.17 


65.74 


47.79 


59.41 


294.28 


1 99. 03 


95.25 


4 


272.86 


110.21 


2.58 


20.07 


73.02 


66.99 


91.60 


364.47 


226.80 


137.67 


1970 1 


261.70 


113.53 


2.63 


18.93 


70.09 


56.51 


74.70 


336.40 


219.94 


116.46 


2 


257.70 


106.09 


2.68 


18.90 


72.17 


57.86 


66.19 


323.89 


214.33 


109.55 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding, 'Starting with 1968, data are available on a quarterly basis only, includes ordinary and industrial 
Source: The Canadian Life Insurance Association. 



SECTION 13 
TABLES 7 and 8 












106 












Janua 


ry. 1971 












Table 7: payments to 


beneficiaries on 1 


ife insurance death 


claims 












erly 






Canada 








amount 1 


million doll 


3rs) 












quart 












averages 
or quarters 


lumber of 
policies' 




























total 


individual 


1 group 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1967 
1968 




39,413 
44,733 


88.68 
96.15 


49.45 
53.52 


39.23 
42.63 


0.74 
0.71 


0.27 
0.27 


2.55 
2.78 


1.96 
2.00 


27.40 
30.29 


38.82 
41.88 


3.44 
3.55 


2.25 
2.27 


3.98 
4.42 


7.27 
7.98 


1967 


1 
2 
3 
4 


39,180 
39,830 
37,980 
40,660 


86.74 
88.83 
87.32 
91.83 


49.48 
49.08 
49.05 
50.18 


37.26 
39.75 
38.27 
41.65 


0.54 
0.84 
0.79 
0.81 


0.20 
0.27 
0.36 
0.25 


2.59 
2.20 
2.86 
2.55 


1.92 

2.01 
1.85 
2.07 


27.69 
26.05 
26.66 
29.20 


37.51 
40.13 
39.10 
38.55 


3.35 

3.67 
2.88 
3.86 


2.15 
2.39 
1.99 
2.45 


3.84 
3.63 
3.85 
4.59 


6.96 

7.65 
6.97 
7.50 


1968 


1 
2 
3 

4 


47,060 
44,942 
41,300 
45,630 


98.81 
95.51 
93.89 
96.39 


55.96 
53.30 
54.18 
50.63 


42.85 
42.21 
39.72 
45.76 


0.91 
0.70 
0.64 
0.59 


0.22 
0.29 
0.30 
0.27 


2.71 
2.74 
2.77 
2.92 


2.14 
2.04 
1.91 
1.92 


29.66 
31.98 
31.27 
28.25 


44.46 
39.40 
39.52 
44.15 


4.20 
3.51 
3.26 
3.22 


2.34 
2.07 
2.35 
2.33 


4.16 
4.67 
4.54 
4.29 


8.01 
8.11 
7.33 
8.46 


1969 


1 
2 
3 


48,181 
45,020 
43,550 


107.75 
100.73 
102.41 


59.35 
54.29 
55.92 


48.40 
46.44 
46.49 


0.91 
0.62 
0.81 


0.47 
0.14 
0.24 


3.11 
3.11 
3.39 


1.82 
1.92 
2.00 


32.08 
31.12 
34.75 


47.70 

45.23 
40.43 


4.42 
3.54 
3.70 


3.09 
2.49 
2.45 


5.24 
4.48 
4.85 


8.89 
8.06 
9.79 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding. 'Includes ordinary and industrial policies and group certificates. includes ordinary and 
industrial. Source: The Canadian Life Insurance Association. 



Table 8: security issues and retirements (par values in million Canadian dollars) 





rs and 














direct 


and guaranteed securities 


















government of Canada 














.3 












































jrters 




funded debt' 




































































gross 








gross 












direct 




total 










new issues 






net 


new issues 






net 






outstanding 


guaranteed 


outstandir 


g new 


issues 


retirement 


s 2 del 


ivered 4 


etirements new 


issues 4 


delivered 


retirements 


new issues 


1968 




22,425 


1, 131 


23, 556 


2 


,778 


1 


,641 


2 


,810r 


826 


1 


,984, 


530 


288 




241 


1969 




22,851 


1,050 


23, 902 


1 


406 


1 


,497 


2 


,944 


982 r 


1 


,963 


552 r 


282 




270, 


1968 


2 


20,833 


1,141 


21, 974 


1 


,129 




780 




594 


213 




381 


148 


66 




83 




3 


21,117 


1,141 


22, 258 




400 




100 




897 


156 




741 


117 


62 




56 




4 


22,425 


1,131 


23, 556 




799 




361 




637 


245 




392 


160 


96 




64 


1969 


1 


22,140 


1,131 


23,271 




16 




100 




765 


143 




622 


120 


63 




57 




2 


21,999 


1,131 


23. 131 




485 




411 




592 


139 




453 


186 


64 




123, 




3 


21,759 


1,061 


22, 820 




405 




425 




791 


305 




487 


98 


56 




42 




4 


22,851 


1,050 


23, 902 




500 




561 




796 


395 




401 


148r 


100 




49, 


1970 


1 


22,663 


1,050 


23,713 




275 




285 




730r 


190r 




540 r 


171 


76 




95 




2 


22,745 


1,050 


23, 795 




575 




697 




742, 


252 




490, 


123 


67 




57, 




3 


23,157 


1,050 


24, 208 




725 




445 




778 


201 , 




577 r 


103r 


71 




32, 




rs and 
irters 


corporate bonds 3 




other 


bonds 


and c 


ebentures 3 ' 5 




preferred stock 


s 3 


common 


stock 


-j 


que 


gross 






gross 










gross 








gross 












new issues 




net 


new issues 






net 


new issues 




net 


new issues 






net 






delivered 


retirements new issues 


delivered retirements new issues delivered retirements 


new issues delivered 


retirements 


new issues 


1968 




1 , 606 r 


750 r 


856 


99 




22 




77 


147 




25 , 


122 


447 r 


12 




435, 


1969 




1 , 640 r 


751 r 


890, 


131 




66 r 




65 r 


165 




15r 


150, 


843, 


1 




842, 


1968 


2 


607 


214 


392 


10 




8 




2 


83 




6 


76 


71 


_ 




71 




3 


349 


104 


245 


27 




4 




23 


9 




6r 


3 


128, 


_ 




128, 




4 


364 


234 


130 


38 




4 




34 


49 




5 


44 


182, 


- 




182, 


1969 


1 


410 


161 


249 


12 




16r 




- 4r 


37 




4r 


32, 


234, 


_ 




234, 




2 


487, 


216r 


271 , 


19 




28 




-10 


72 




4 


68 


304, 


1 




303, 




3 


350 , 


126r 


224 r 


48 




7 




41 


1 




4r 


- 2 


:95, 






195, 




4 


401 , 


255 r 


146 r 


52 




14 




38 


54 




3r 


52 


111 , 


- 




111 , 


1970 


1 


414 


120r 


294 r 


17 




8r 




10 


105 




3 


102 


94, 






94, 




2 


519 


220 , 


299r 


44 




4 




40r 


16 




5r 


11 r 


56, 


_ 




56, 




3 


331 r 


91 , 


240 r 


28 




3 




25 






3 


- 3 


20, 


— 




20, 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to partial revisions. 

'End of period. Excluding Treasury Bills, Canada Savings Bonds and other non-market issues. 3 Figures are subject to revision. Series cover all publicly 
announced issues and some private placements not publicly announced. Notes with an original term to maturity of over one year. 'Includes Canadian Pension Plan 
series bonds issued by the provinces and their agencies and purchased by the C. P. P. Investment Fund. 'Consists of issues of Canadian religious and other 

institutions and Canadian dollar issues of foreign debtors. Source: Statistical Summary of Bonk of Canada. 



January, 


1971 














107 












SECTION 13 
































TABLE 9 








Table 9 


index numbers of 


security prices' (1956 - 100), based 


on the 1960 standard industrial classification 2 








thly 


investors 












ind 


jstrials (common stocks) 












mon 










textiles 


pulp 


printing 




metal 


non- 










averages 


index 




industrial 






and 


and 


and 


primary 


fabric- 


metallic 






con- 


retail 


or months 


114 


total 


mines 4 


foods 


beverages 


clothing 


paper 


publishinc 


metals 


ating 5 


minerals 


petroleum 


chemicals 


struction 


trade 






stocks 


80 stocks 


(4) 


(10) 


(7) 


(5) 


(7) 


(4) 


(8) 


(9) 


(4) 


(7) 


(4) 


(4) 


(7) 


1968 




179.3 


186.8 


202.1 


216.2 


270.3 


156.8 


107.9 


674.3 


95.2 


123.4 


106.8 


175.7 


110.6 


81.6 


287.5 


1969 




198.8 


205.0 


211.2 


238.0 


319.6 


154.2 


153.6 


771.3 


106.3 


146.0 


126.8 


177.5 


117.2 


101.6 


264.6 


1968 


J 


174.4 


782.7 


2 02.5 


199.8 


263.8 


146.1 


100.4 


677.9 


88.0 


123.8 


93.0 


168.0 


106.7 


77.4 


294.6 




J 


181.8 


189.4 


198.4 


225.3 


277.4 


162.1 


112.0 


689.5 


93.7 


130.3 


107.0 


176.1 


116.5 


82.9 


308.6 




A 


180.8 


187.9 


195.1 


230.8 


277.8 


152.5 


107.3 


675.6 


91.2 


123.9 


109.7 


183.4 


112.8 


88.0 


306.9 




S 


187.8 


193.5 


193.2 


240.0 


292.2 


171.4 


116.8 


654.1 


100.6 


132.7 


122.0 


190.8 


121.7 


98.2 


312.5 







193. 1 


198.2 


199.5 


251.4 


292.6 


178.5 


120.8 


672.0 


106.6 


143.8 


128.8 


192.1 


129.2 


99.3 


301.2 




N 


196.0 


199.2 


196.3 


250.4 


298.2 


173.4 


123.9 


689.4 


112.0 


151.6 


129.4 


189.0 


126.0 


103.5 


294.2 




D 


201.5 


205.2 


203.7 


243.3 


310.8 


169.0 


133.0 


747.6 


109.0 


157.7 


131.4 


193.7 


121.2 


109.2 


289.8 


1969 


J 


203. 1 


208.7 


212.8 


238.9 


311.8 


164.3 


144.4 


752.9 


111.8 


157.5 


130.3 


194.7 


126.3 


112.8 


275.2 




F 


202.0 


208.4 


212.2 


226.9 


319.6 


180.3 


154.8 


732.2 


114.4 


160.2 


134.3 


184.2 


128.4 


121.9 


272.9 




M 


198.0 


203.0 


206.6 


223.2 


311.0 


169.9 


156.8 


721.8 


110.8 


154.4 


128.6 


175.5 


126.4 


121.2 


264.3 




A 


203.5 


208.0 


210.9 


229.8 


319.0 


172.1 


165.2 


744.8 


115.4 


149.9 


134.4 


177.9 


132.4 


123.5 


269.6 




M 


211.8 


218.7 


221.4 


233.0 


330.4 


175.3 


170.5 


810.0 


116.1 


156.7 


140.5 


195.9 


133.4 


127.1 


284.7 




J 


198.3 


204.4 


204.8 


230.1 


319.2 


158.1 


147.4 


757.0 


104.0 


151.1 


134.0 


189.5 


122.8 


109.2 


267.4 




J 


189.5 


194.8 


194.4 


232.7 


304.2 


148. 1 


140.5 


742.1 


99.0 


140.1 


124.5 


177.2 


111.6 


97.9 


255.8 




A 


188.3 


194. 1 


194.7 


239.4 


306.0 


139.6 


144.3 


747.4 


99.4 


135.2 


120.3 


172.8 


109.2 


91.0 


247.7 




S 


194.7 


201.0 


206.8 


244.0 


320.2 


139.7 


149.4 


784.2 


102.4 


135.7 


119.7 


173.1 


110.6 


84.2 


251.8 







194.9 


201.0 


208.4 


239.7 


322.4 


133.4 


151.2 


800.7 


104.2 


136.3 


117.1 


164.9 


104.1 


78.4 


253.1 




N 


201.9 


209.1 


228.8 


258.9 


336.1 


136.9 


160.8 


830.0 


100.8 


142.8 


116.9 


164.5 


101.4 


78.9 


272.4 




D 


199.3 


208.4 


232.7 


259.6 


335.3 


132.3 


157.8 


832.7 


97.8 


132.6 


120.6 


159.3 


99.6 


72.6 


259.8 


1970 


J 


199.0 


210.8 


234.8 


257.3 


324.3 


138.2 


155.0 


841.6 


93.7 


134.0 


119.7 


184.1 


91.6 


68.7 


257.6 




F 


195.2 


207.2 


233.7 


254.0 


322.7 


134.7 


152.4 


810.8 


93.6 


127.4 


108.4 


183.5 


87.2 


60.8 


240.2 




M 


199.5 


211.4 


242.6 


263.9 


328.6 


128.5 


156.2 


841.4 


99.5 


128.6 


113.3 


179.2 


87.9 


61.2 


229.0 




A 


193.9 


205.6 


235.0 


260.2 


323.7 


117.1 


151.4 


816.8 


97.9 


124.8 


115.3 


173.9 


81.5 


56.7 


220.2 




M 


170.2 


177.8 


203.0 


228.7 


283.8 


104.3 


131.2 


696.6 


85.8 


112.3 


105.8 


145.5 


73.3 


47.8 


191.8 




J 


167.4 


171.7 


195.6 


235.5 


278.4 


95.1 


112.3 


663.6 


84. 1 


105.6 


104.1 


144.7 


66.6 


48.3 


197.0 




J 


166.4 


170.5 


193.8 


234.1 


280.2 


103.9 


110.2 


653.7 


83.7 


104.4 


106.8 


146.1 


64.5 


48.2 


188.6 






























supplementary 






(hly 








_.. _l 


„ \ 








stocks) 


mining index 6 


indexes 


preferred 
stock 


mon 




ut 


lities (common stock 


s) 




finance \common 


(common stoc 


KSj 






averages 




























primary 


or months 






trans- 




electric 


gas dis- 






investment 




base 






oils 


index 






total 


pipeline 


portation 


telephone 


power 


tribution 


total 


banks 


and loan 


total 


metals 


golds 


uraniums 


and gas 


total 






20 stocks 


(5) 


(4) 


(3) 


(3) 


(5) 


14 stocks 


' (6) 


(8) 


24 stocks 


(18) 


(6) 


(4) 


(6) 


24 stocks' 


1968 




765.6 


179.7 


197.5 


106.1 


129.0 


404.4 


760.7 


169.6 


142.8 


770.6 


83.8 


159.4 


258.0 


218.4 


78.7 


1969 




178.6 


191.4 


245.6 


109.9 


135.9 


419.0 


795.0 


204.2 


176.5 


7 77.7 


102.1 


146.3 


185.9 


260.2 


75.6 


1968 


J 


159.0 


176.4 


189.6 


101.9 


118.6 


392.8 


754.0 


164.9 


132.4 


708.6 


81.4 


158.1 


257.8 


205.5 


75.0 




J 


166.5 


179.8 


197.1 


106.8 


128.3 


414.0 


764.5 


174.8 


144.0 


705.4 


80.1 


151.5 


271.8 


209.4 


77.5 




A 


164.9 


181.2 


197.9 


104.2 


126.1 


407.0 


767.3 


175.2 


151.3 


707.7 


82.0 


154.5 


258.9 


218.2 


78.7 




S 


173.8 


192.9 


209.4 


109.2 


133.1 


425.6 


777.8 


184.6 


163.9 


777.5 


86.3 


157.4 


262.8 


239.3 


80.0 







182.3 


201.3 


226.6 


108.8 


139.5 


460.9 


787.8 


189.5 


166.5 


775.0 


90.0 


160.5 


265.4 


244.7 


80.0 




N 


185.5 


198.0 


234.4 


111.3 


146.4 


465.7 


793.5 


206.8 


167.2 


776.8 


91.8 


162.5 


261.4 


256.7 


78.4 




D 


184.9 


192.6 


250.2 


114.0 


144.2 


442.7 


205.2 


224.6 


167.1 


727. 7 


94.0 


170.6 


251.7 


272.4 


79.8 


1969 


J 


181.7 


195.5 


247.3 


110.7 


138.3 


432.2 


204.2 


223.5 


166.2 


725.7 


100.1 


172.6 


245.9 


277.6 


78.6 




F 


181.5 


195.6 


255.4 


107.7 


137.2 


433.1 


197.6 


211.2 


170.7 


728.5 


103.8 


173.7 


234.5 


267.8 


77.7 




M 


181.3 


192.4 


259.6 


107.9 


137.5 


429.4 


195.0 


205.7 


173.5 


726.5 


101.4 


172.4 


2 08.1 


265.6 


76.3 




A 


186.4 


194.9 


264.8 


116.5 


136.4 


440.7 


204.0 


214.3 


183.3 


727.2 


102.8 


171.6 


206.4 


289.8 


77.0 




M 


193.3 


199.4 


276.5 


119.7 


145.6 


455.9 


201.8 


205.9 


193.4 


727.6 


103.8 


170.9 


196.5 


320.3 


78.8 




J 


182.8 


189.0 


254.8 


114.2 


141.6 


427.1 


188.6 


193.6 


178.1 


7 7 7.5 


97.4 


154.1 


172.7 


291.0 


76.9 




J 


177.3 


182.3 


242.4 


111.4 


137.7 


419.1 


779.6 


186.1 


166.4 


770. 7 


94.2 


139.0 


151.5 


262.2 


73.8 




A 


172. 1 


182.5 


229.0 


107.3 


131.6 


411.9 


787. 7 


187.2 


168.6 


704. 7 


93.6 


123.2 


152.6 


250.6 


73.3 




S 


176.9 


188.5 


235.1 


110.3 


136.6 


418.6 


787.0 


193.1 


174.7 


770.3 


99.6 


130.0 


175.6 


249.4 


75.0 







174.3 


191.4 


233.0 


104.3 


136.7 


410.4 


792.2 


198.8 


178.8 


709.8 


102.3 


123.6 


171.3 


218.3 


73.6 




N 


171.3 


193.3 


231.0 


105.4 


129.0 


390.4 


207.2 


217.0 


187.6 


775.6 


113.1 


120.0 


166.4 


222.5 


74.2 




D 


164.4 


191.7 


217.8 


103.6 


122.4 


359.6 


207.5 


213.8 


177.2 


770.0 


113.0 


104.5 


148.8 


207.8 


72.7 


1970 


J 


160.3 


186.3 


213.7 


100.6 


119.5 


351.4 


792.6 


205.0 


168.0 


7 75.4 


118.0 


110.6 


136.7 


238.4 


77.7 




F 


154.6 


178.2 


202.0 


98.8 


114.5 


344.2 


790.7 


202.6 


167.1 


772.4 


116.6 


104.5 


139.1 


232.9 


70. 7 




M 


158. 1 


178.2 


207.8 


102.0 


118.9 


350.0 


796.3 


211.9 


165.4 


775.0 


115.2 


114.6 


153.9 


220.0 


69.3 




A 


156.0 


177.5 


198.7 


102.9 


118.3 


340.5 


786.8 


199.4 


161.8 


774.8 


114.7 


115.1 


141.7 


207.5 


68.7 




M 


143.8 


163.4 


177.8 


97.6 


112.3 


303.4 


767.9 


182.0 


140.1 


702.5 


101.0 


105.2 


117.0 


152.2 


62.8 




J 


145.7 


164.1 


175.0 


100.2 


113.0 


315.2 


775.0 


190.2 


145.1 


99.0 


97.2 


102.2 


114.1 


156.9 


62.7 




J 


148.0 


173.7 


167.1 


100.6 


113.0 


328.4 


770.3 


184.9 


141.6 


99.0 


96.0 


104.4 


115.2 


160.7 


62.3 



'The number of stocks included has varied over the period; the totals shown in the column headings represent the current coverage. 2 The headings for "base 
metals" and "industrial mines" are not found in the Standard Industrial Classification. 'Combines the industrials, utilities and finance common stocks. 'Stocks 

included in industrial mines are listed on the exchanges as industrials, Their operations include smelting and refining. 'Includes also the machinery industries 

(except electrical machinery) and the transportation equipment industries. 'Stocks included in the mining index are for producing mines. Source: Prices 

and Price Indexes (62-002), D. B. S. 



SECTION 


13 












108 












January, 1971 ' 


TABLES 


10 and 11 








































Tabl 


e 1 0: stock exchange 


statistics 
















thly 


Montreal and C 


anadian stock exchan 


ges 






Toronto stock exchange 






three 
month 






s 


lares tradec 










.hares traded 




value 


of shares 


traded 




mon 






























averoqes 




mininq 


combined 


shares 


brokers' 


indus- 


mining 


combined 


indus- 


mining 


combined 


call 


bill 


dividend 


or m 


snths 


industrials 


and oils 


volume 


traded 


loans 


industrials 


and oils 


volume 


trials 


and oils 


value 


loans' 


yield 2 


payments 3 










million 


million 


















million 








thousands 




dollars 


dollars 




thousands 






million 


dollars 




% 


dollars 


1968 




6,809 


20,148 


26, 957 


129.2 


53.95 


20, 993 


54, 981 


75,974 


313.4 


104.5 


417.9 


153.15 


6.25 


125.35 


1969 




7,641 


17,718 


25,359 


135.7 


51.10 


22,699 


49, 962 


72,661 


349.5 


131.0 


480.4 


149.38 


7.15 


134.49 


1969 


1 


9,459 


33,903 


43,362 


180.3 


64.24 


29,160 


97,536 


126,696 


455.8 


211.7 


667.6 


190.52 


6.36 


113.75 




F 


9,577 


24,505 


34,082 


141.2 


61.20 


32,630 


72,348 


104,977 


449.2 


149.5 


598.7 


183.31 


6.31 


85.33 




M 


1 0, 046 


21,920 


31 , 966 


128.9 


49.53 


22,936 


53,113 


76,049 


325.6 


128.7 


454.3 


148.02 


6.62 


172.08 




A 


8,560 


18,190 


26,749 


145.4 


45.19 


27,551 


50, 799 


78,351 


421.8 


136.2 


557.9 


159.39 


6.69 


1 1 0. 08 




M 


10,860 


20,120 


30,981 


205.4 


53.16 


31,509 


74,629 


106,139 


544.9 


224.4 


769.3 


164.55 


6.74 


74.01 




1 


8,510 


16,221 


24,730 


164.6 


49.95 


28,220 


67,571 


95,791 


441.2 


172.6 


613.8 


143.62 


7.03 


209.68 




1 


4,749 


10,130 


14,879 


96.8 


44.57 


1 6, 757 


31,960 


48,717 


242.1 


77.1 


319.2 


138.51 


7.49 


145.68 




A 


4,348 


12,276 


16,623 


82.6 


44.53 


12,102 


23,659 


35,761 


173.2 


69.6 


242.7 


136.42 


7.65 


62.38 




S 


5,323 


12,549 


17,872 


111.7 


44.28 


15,722 


24, 797 


40,519 


241.8 


75.3 


317.1 


125.10 


7.75 


184.27 







5,777 


12,532 


18,309 


112.1 


46.90 


19,215 


36, 058 


55,273 


298.8 


99.9 


398.7 


153.86 


7.68 


147.99 




N 


8,056 


16,419 


24,475 


155.9 


45.27 


20,713 


39,381 


60,094 


352.9 


136.0 


488.9 


122.91 


7.71 


74.59 




D 


6,429 


13,850 


20,279 


103.5 


64.43 


15,868 


27,698 


43,566 


246.4 


90.5 


336.9 


126.31 


7.78 


234.14 


1970 


J 


8,850 


19,120 


27, 970 


113.2 


56.35 


23,107 


42,659 


65,766 


287.9 


125.7 


413.6 




7.80 


142.38 




F 


7,721 


18,955 


26,676 


104.8 


57.95 


16,078 


23,719 


39,797 


210.8 


75.0 


285.8 




7.70 


63.64 




M 


6,805 


15,610 


22,415 


114.3 


55.71 


15,640 


24,712 


40,352 


238.9 


86.6 


325.5 




7.35 


182.05 




A 


6,960 


16,064 


23,024 


117.3 


40.41 


17,200 


28,358 


45,559 


245.2 


86.8 


332.0 




6.80 


118.76 




M 


6,328 


10,303 


16,631 


94.8 


51.09 


16,257 


25,247 


41,504 


216.5 


70.6 


287.1 


393.56 


6.51 


76.58 




J 


5,174 


8,741 


13,915 


72.7 


49.53 


13,050 


23,741 


36,791 


166.8 


60.5 


227.3 


400.47 


5.89 


228.77 




J 


4,473 


11,778 


16,250 


69.8 


33.04 


11,533 


18,939 


30,472 


171.4 


50.1 


221.5 


399.45 


5.79 


148.06 




A 


4,624 


12,660 


17,284 


77.2 


37.49 


12,004 


24,475 


36,479 


156.6 


62.9 


219.5 


398.28 


5.65 


69.93 




S 


6,701 


18,820 


25,521 


102.9 


31. 12 r 


7,907 


31,801 


49,707 


241.5 


79.6 


321.1 


454.75 


5.43 


179.80 







6,362 


16,048 


22,411 


102.0 


37.86 


16,348 


34,141 


50,489 


264.3 


89.8 


354.1 




5.24 


125.24 




N 


5,814 


22,946 


28,761 


107.0 




15,615 


28,131 


43,746 


238.6 


69.1 


307.7 




4.73 


83.79 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 'Revised 1970 figures are not comparable with earlier years due to increase in number 
of reporting agencies. 2 Average of weekly rates. 3 As reported by Financial Post, Sources: Monthly Review, Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges; Toronto 

Stock Exchange Review; Statistical Summary, Bank of Canada and Financial Post. 



Table 11: commercial failures and liabilities 1 











failures 2 


(number) 












liabil 


ties 2 (thousand do 


lars) 






years 








Western 


manu- 


construc- 












Western 


manu- 


construc- 






or months 


total 


Quebec 


Ontario 


prov. 


facturing 


tion 


trade 


services total 


Quebec 


Ontario 


prov. 


facturing 


tion 


trade 


services 


1968 


2,516 


1,248 


921 


308 


267 


442 


1,061 


382 


180.736 


89, 770 


62,882 


26,213 


32,078 


27,607 


56,555 


23,116 


1969 


2,699 


1,424 


895 


328 


278 


440 


1,150 


417 


211,106 


118,534 


51,079 


38,343 


40,071 


35,958 


50,700 


23,908 


1968 J 


186 


82 


75 


28 


15 


33 


88 


30 


12,397 


4,535 


4,205 


3,622 


1,543 


2,817 


4,558 


768 


A 


160 


85 


49 


24 


21 


27 


66 


22 


7,453 


3,937 


1,630 


1,769 


1,423 


1.801 


2,592 


826 


S 


193 


115 


60 


17 


18 


32 


84 


30 


18,723 


15,132 


2,603 


956 


1,479 


3,398 


3,218 


972 





235 


124 


83 


26 


31 


40 


96 


32 


21,466 


14,103 


5,482 


1.810 


4,603 


3,687 


5,868 


1,705 


N 


228 


124 


75 


27 


13 


34 


106 


46 


11,121 


5,314 


3,421 


2.345 


1,757 


1.394 


4 , 096 • 


2,550 


D 


182 


79 


73 


29 


15 


41 


84 


18 


9,314 


4,973 


3,064 


1,257 


2,048 


1,788 


3,980 


567 


1969 J 


258 


148 


87 


21 


23 


42 


108 


47 


19,055 


10,608 


6,522 


1,843 


3,530 


3,159 


3.941 


2,262 


F 


229 


137 


63 


26 


20 


42 


99 


38 


23,761 


16,437 


3,291 


3,840 


3,012 


4,042 


5,738 


2,908 


M 


233 


130 


66 


32 


33 


39 


97 


22 


24,229 


7,043 


4,446 


12,634 


3,275 


2,966 


3,917 


1,044 


A 


206 


100 


75 


24 


27 


38 


79 


31 


13,570 


7,912 


3,538 


1,937 


3,036 


2,252 


3,107 


2,158 


M 


206 


96 


76 


26 


19 


23 


92 


37 


11,229 


6,481 


3,211 


1,227 


3,121 


959 


3,624 


1,213 


J 


177 


94 


57 


22 


17 


31 


79 


23 


13,161 


7,527 


3,959 


842 


3,316 


3,223 


4,068 


496 


J 


164 


79 


58 


23 


15 


23 


67 


32 


11,281 


5,698 


2,493 


2,617 


2,031 


2,885 


2,197 


2,414 


A 


200 


98 


75 


25 


15 


43 


77 


31 


13,682 


7,955 


4,139 


1,432 


1,991 


2,773 


4,337 


1,574 


S 


254 


141 


76 


33 


29 


47 


107 


39 


18,346 


11,596 


5,008 


1,529 


4,562 


3,568 


4,735 


2,323 





245 


125 


90 


29 


28 


46 


112 


30 


24,671 


17,191 


5,310 


2,160 


5,330 


3,494 


4,146 


1,199 


N 


267 


142 


86 


31 


26 


29 


118 


43 


16,082 


7,968 


4,045 


3,646 


3, 106 


2,400 


4,585 


1,464 


D 


260 


134 


86 


36 


26 


37 


115 


44 


22,039 


12,118 


5,117 


4,636 


3,761 


4,237 


6,305 


4,853 


1970 J 


281 


148 


97 


31 


33 


46 


126 


41 


17,479 


11,151 


5,223 


849 


3,521 


3,110 


4,582 


1,409 


F 


301 


160 


104 


35 


32 


50 


123 


50 


24,488 


16,215 


6,089 


1,937 


3,247 


8,937 


4,516 


5,505 


M 


283 


140 


97 


40 


25 


58 


110 


46 


20,026 


13,293 


3,765 


2,785 


4,743 


3,251 


4,446 


2,164 


A 


290 


133 


113 


40 


39 


38 


126 


29 


25,284 


14,378 


5,809 


4,954 


6,958 


5,044 


6,700 


1,445 


M 


252 


107 


100 


41 


33 


35 


101 


37 


25,848 


16,057 


7,618 


2,102 


13,090 


1,821 


4,900 


1,240 


J 


254 


114 


106 


33 


15 


26 


129 


38 


21,234 


8,322 


10,421 


2,480 


2,128 


1,165 


7,359 


4,533 


J 


281 


102 


130 


46 


34 


45 


115 


42 


19,329 


8,271 


6,939 


4,003 


3,650 


4,757 


5,382 


3,021 


A 


197 


97 


64 


34 


20 


18 


89 


41 


16,712 


10,656 


3,905 


1,883 


5,630 


1,237 


4,698 


3,374 


S 


272 


125 


104 


40 


32 


42 


126 


39 


18,683 


8,715 


7,185 


2,669 


3,214 


4,121 


4,439 


1,576 



'The statistics of failures in this table are limited to those bankruptcies filed under Federal legislation (the Bankruptcy and Winding-Up Acts) and does not 
include failures, sales or seizures carried out under other legislation.The figures for Atlantic provinces may be obtained by subtracting the sum of Quebec, Ontario, 
Prairie provinces and British Columbia from the total. 2 ln the Bankruptcy Act of 1949, provision is made for proposals from insolvent persons. Agreements made 

under this method are not included with the statistics of bankruptcies. Liabilities of insolvent persons making proposals are not available. Sourc: Commercial 

Foilures (61-002) Quarterly, D. B. S. 






January, 


1971 














109 












SECTION 13 






























TABLES 


12 and 13 










Tabl 


e 12: fed. 


sral government budgetary 


revenues' 


(million 


dollars) 


















taxes on 
























t\ r /-^l 


personal 


income tax 




interest 
and 




excise 


taxes 


















ti seal 






corpora- 


















mi scel- 






year 


deduc- 




tion 


dividends 


social 




other 




custom 






return on 


laneous 


total 


budgetary 


or month 


tions 


other col- 


income 


going 


develop- 


sales 


excise 


excise 


import 


estate 


postal 


invest- 


non-tax 


budgetary 


surplus 




at source 


lections 


tax 


abroad 


ment tax 


tax 


taxes 


duties 


duties 


tax 


revenue 


ments 


revenues 


revenues 


or deficit 2 


1968-69 


2,634.2 


722.2 


2,030.0 


205.6 


63.0 1 


,569.8 


377.9 


509.3 


761.7 


112.6 


288.5 


697.2 


190.9 


10,162.9 


-576. 1 


1 969-70 P 3, 295.0 


790.1 


2,612.0 


248.5 


476.5 1 


,716.9 


378.4 


518.8 


818.3 


100.9 


354.8 


860.0 


142.6 


12,312.8 


+375.2 


1969 A 


163.6 


96.9 


380.3 


20.6 


49.0 


98.4 


31.3 


38.3 


63.1 


5.8 


26.5 


51.6 


4.1 


1,029.5 


+348.8 


M 


164.1 


270.8 


215.9 


39.1 


31.7 


145.3 


23.5 


43.2 


78.0 


9.8 


23.0 


7.7 


5.3 


1,057.4 


+259.2 


J 


231.3 


49.8 


179.7 


12.0 


31.7 


144.4 


25.7 


45.6 


69.0 


8.6 


20.7 


72.9 


12.1 


903.5 


+ 21.9 


J 


298.0 


52.2 


253.2 


20.7 


49.0 


167.9 


33.6 


44.1 


72.0 


7.1 


26.0 


115.3 


10.6 


1,149.7 


+ 185.1 


A 


280.5 


40.8 


158.2 


14.8 


31.7 


122.7 


32.4 


38.6 


62.9 


8.7 


25.0 


28.4 


8.8 


853.5 


- 71.0 


S 


290.1 


48.6 


183.6 


13.1 


31.7 


138.0 


22.4 


46.1 


67.3 


11.2 


26.0 


66.6 


7.2 


951.9 


+ 30.4 





310.8 


43.9 


175.9 


19.7 


49.0 


151.9 


44.2 


52.7 


69.4 


7.6 


35.6 


9.6 


7.1 


977.4 


+ 42.6 


N 


349.5 


28.5 


185.4 


14.3 


31.8 


159.8 


32.9 


50.2 


73.2 


8.9 


33.5 


73.6 


7.3 


1,048.9 


+ 163.3 


D 


331.2 


35.8 


165.2 


11.6 


31.8 


162.9 


26.5 


45.4 


68.2 


8.3 


41.6 


158.0 


6.8 


1,093.3 


+ 125.6 


1970 J 


366.9 


54.3 


191.5 


42.2 


66.0 


145.1 


38.7 


31.9 


59.9 


8.2 


28.0 


38.8 


6.6 


1,078.1 


- 14.7 


F 


311.3 


15.9 


266.0 


15.8 


36.0 


123.6 


33.5 


34.4 


57.0 


8.3 


30.2 


13.8 


9.5 


955.3 


+ 19.0 


M 


197.7 


52.6 


257.1 


24.6 


37.0 


157.0 


33.6 


48.3 


78.3 


8.5 


38.6 


223.9 


57.1 


1,214.3 


-735.0 


A 


179.5 


145.5 


373.1 


26.8 


61.5 


102.0 


22.8 


39.0 


61.7 


7.2 


25.0 


64.2 


4.8 


1,113.1 


+352.4 


M 


218.4 


297.7 


184.1 


13.2 


61.0 


138.5 


36.8 


46.1 


65.6 


10.5 


28.0 


31.0 


5.5 


1,136.4 


+229.4 


J 


269.6 


51.0 


172.4 


12.7 


36.7 


143.9 


25.5 


51.3 


71.4 


10.1 


33.1 


138.6 


8.6 


1,024.9 


+ 25.7 


J 


321.5 


79.5 


210.9 


48.5 


54.5 


148.0 


38.6 


44.8 


71.4 


9.9 


13.1 


35.9 


7.0 


1,083.6 


+ 3.8 


A 


339.1 


44.8 


138.9 


15.6 


36.0 


136.1 


29.1 


43.9 


64.8 


10.2 


10.9 


38.3 


6.2 


913.9 


- 15.6 


S 


331.2 


56.6 


147.6 


11.4 


36.0 


144.7 


40.2 


52.2 


70.3 


10.6 


29.0 


86.7 


7.4 


1,023.9 


- 67.0 





384.4 


43.0 


144.0 


23.1 


54.5 


142.1 


27.7 


51.8 


69.9 


8.9 


35.5 


45.0 


7.8 


1,037.7 


+ 52.0 



'This statement includes only receipts relating to Budgetary Revenue. Excluded are Non-Budgetary Revenues such as Old Age Security Fund Taxes, Prairie 
Farm Assistance Act Levies, Employer and Employee Contributions to Government Held Funds (Unemployment Insuronce, Superannuation etc.), Interest on Government 
Held Funds, and Taxes collected on behalf of and transferred to Other Governments. 2 March includes supplemeniary payments arising from the closing of the 

accounts. Sources: The Canada Gazette and Dept. of Finance. 



Table 13: federal government budgetary expenditures' (million dollars) 



























manpower 


















subsidies 
and 










and immi 


gration 




ti seal 














post- 














year or 














fiscal ar- 


secondary 


indian 






tech. 






month 








energy, 






rangements 


education 


affairs & 






and voca- 












payments 


mines 




public 


payments 


payments 


northern 






tional 




family 






agricul- 


to 


and 


external 


debt 


to 


to 


develop- 






training 




allow- 




defence 


ture 


C. B. C. 


resources 


affairs 


charges 


provinces 


provinces 5 


ment 


industry 5 "* 


labour 


assistance' 


1 other 


ances 


1968-69 


1,760.9 


2 87.0 


148.7 


89.8 


220.5 


1,480.0 


868.4 


278.4 


244.7 


125.8 


11.8 


70.4 


278.2 


560.1 


1 969-70 P 


1,574.7 


127.0 


152.0 


86.1 


217.7 


1,521.3 


838.9 


269.3 


265.6 


171.8 


12.1 


61.7 


273.1 


513.6 


1969 A 


89.4 


5.4 


12.0 


2.7 


33.1 


130.7 


73.4 


27.1 


13.1 


7.6 


0.4 


_ 


17.1 


46.8 


M 


125.9 


9.1 


12.0 


9.1 


10.7 


142.6 


72.1 


27.1 


21.0 


6.0 


1.9 


3.4 


17.7 


46.6 


J 


146.3 


10.1 


12.0 


8.2 


6.9 


151.0 


72.5 


27.1 


23.8 


16.9 


0.8 


11.5 


17.5 


46.9 


J 


150.5 


13.3 


12.0 


8.7 


6.5 


133.9 


85.4 


27.1 


28.4 


16.7 


1.1 


- 


26.0 


46.6 


A 


135.4 


10.4 


14.0 


9.9 


78.3 


141.4 


71.1 


22.2 


26.7 


10.1 


1.1 


16.8 


15.2 


46.7 


S 


148.2 


11.4 


27.0 


8.2 


20.3 


136.6 


71.5 


22.2 


26.1 


12.4 


0.7 


a. 9 


19.0 


46.7 


O 


155.9 


12.0 


- 


7.9 


6.2 


140.1 


72.4 


22.2 


26.0 


27.3 


1.1 


6.0 


31.9 


46.6 


N 


148.5 


16.5 


13.0 


8.4 


12.0 


133.0 


71.1 


22.2 


25.7 


17.9 


0.5 


12.7 


25.7 


46.6 


D 


155.4 


11.1 


13.0 


7.9 


15.5 


133.7 


91.2 


22.2 


30. 1 


18.8 


1.5 


4.3 


32.1 


46.7 


1970 J 


135.9 


15.5 


19.0 


9.0 


20.3 


139.7 


86.2 


27.7 


23.8 


18.6 


1.4 


3.5 


37.2 


46.8 


F 
M 


183.3 


12.2 


18.0 


7.5 


7.9 


138.5 


72.0 


22.2 


20.9 


19.5 


1.2 


2.6 


33.7 


46.6 


A 


89.3 


6.4 


14.0 


9.0 


9.2 


143.3 


94.3 


31.5 


23.7 


9.4 


1.6 




19.0 


46.6 


M 


135.2 


8.5 


26.0 


8.1 


6.3 


175.3 


77.4 


31.6 


21.0 


16.8 


1.1 


- 


21.2 


46.5 


J 


155.6 


13.6 


- 


11.0 


19.1 


156.2 


77.4 


31.9 


25.5 


17.4 


1.1 


9.0 


21.6 


46.7 


J 


140.8 


11.4 


25.0 


9.4 


64.1 


147.2 


99.0 


31.8 


30.3 


17.7 


1.3 


4.7 


16.7 


46.4 


A 


138.6 


12.3 


- 


8.5 


22.0 


152.3 


94.5 


31.8 


20.6 


9.6 


1.0 


12.5 


19.3 


46.5 


S 


157.1 


11.0 


13.0 


11.1 


37.4 


149.7 


110.9 


31.9 


33.5 


20.9 


1.3 


3.5 


22.5 


46.5 


O 


141.7 


13.0 


13.0 


8.4 


25.4 


149.8 


86.8 


31.9 


29.0 


10.9 


1.0 


4.5 


24.4 


46.5 



Conc'l on page 1 10. 






SECTION 13 














110 










January, 1971 


TABLE 13 - 


Concl. 
































Table 13: 


federal g 


svernment budgetary expenditures' 


(million 


dollars) — 


concluded 








fiscal 














payments 




unemploy- 




war 
veterans 






year or 


hospital 












under the 


railway 


ment in- 


pensions 


allow- 


all 




month 


insur- 


Canada 










national 


& steam- 


surance 


for 


ances 


other 


total 




ance 


assist- 


national 


post 


public 


air 


transporta- 


ship 


com- 


disability 


and other 


expendi- 


expendi- 




payments 3 


ance plan; 


revenue 


office 


works 


services 


tion act 5 


services 


mission 


or death 


benefits 4 


tures 


tures 


1968-69 


508.8 


231.3 


117.7 


341.7 


284.9 


136.2 


93.6 


79.3 


123.9 


224.4 


190.0 


1,920.8 


10,767.2 


1 969-70 P 


520.0 


229.9 


129.1 


299.5 


224.9 


124.5 


73.8 


38.8 


130.5 


203.0 


172.1 


1,757.3 


9,988.3 


1969 A 


_ 


0.7 


7.7 


15.0 


7.1 


6.1 


6.8 


12.8 


8.7 


17.6 


12.6 


126.8 


680.7 


M 


56.8 


11.0 


9.4 


24.8 


14.0 


7.2 


6.8 


0.7 


10.4 


18.5 


14.8 


118.6 


798.2 


J 


56.4 


26.9 


11.3 


24.4 


18.1 


10.3 


6.8 


2.6 


11.8 


18.3 


15.1 


127.8 


881.6 


J 


48.8 


25.0 


16.2 


34.3 


20.6 


14.5 


6.8 


1.9 


13.6 


18.6 


16.0 


192.1 


964.6 


A 


47.9 


21.5 


11.2 


24.8 


22.5 


12.0 


6.8 


4.2 


10.7 


18.4 


16.5 


128.7 


924.5 


S 


52.7 


20.4 


11.0 


25.6 


22.6 


12.5 


6.8 


3.0 


12.9 


19.2 


15.1 


168.4 


921.4 





50.2 


26.7 


11.8 


27.5 


23.9 


12.7 


6.8 


3.3 


12.3 


18.5 


16.6 


168.9 


934.8 


N 


48.5 


24.5 


11.2 


26.2 


22.5 


11.0 


6.8 


4.7 


12.0 


19.1 


16.7 


128.6 


885.6 


D 


50.3 


24.4 


11.3 


29.1 


25.4 


12.3 


13.7 


2.0 


12.2 


18.3 


16.3 


168.9 


967.7 


1970 J 


56.0 


26.4 


17.2 


41.0 


25.5 


13.4 


- 


1.4 


14.1 


18.2 


18.1 


276.9 


1,092.8 


F 
M 


52.4 


22.3 


10.8 


26.8 


22.7 


12.5 


5.7 


0.5 


12.1 


18.3 


14.6 


151.5 


936.3 


A 


_ 


0.6 


10.3 


18.1 


8.1 


7.1 


11.3 


12.0 


10.8 


17.8 


12.0 


155.6 


760.7 


M 


55.9 


16.9 


11.3 


25.3 


16.2 


9.2 


- 


2.9 


11.8 


19.1 


14.8 


148.6 


907.0 


J 


64.7 


31.9 


18.1 


36.3 


20.6 


13.4 


5.7 


3.6 


11.0 


17.4 


17.0 


173.4 


999.2 


J 


67.3 


31.5 


12.4 


25.1 


18.5 


12.5 


5.7 


2.8 


15.7 


17.8 


15.3 


209.5 


1,079.9 


A 


57.2 


22.2 


10.2 


21.5 


21.5 


11.6 


5.7 


4.5 


13.3 


17.9 


12.6 


161.8 


929.5 


S 


59.4 


37.1 


11.6 


26.1 


25.4 


10.7 


5.7 


2.8 


12.0 


18.8 


15.1 


215.8 


1 , 090. 8 





57.5 


35.2 


12.2 


27.3 


24.6 


12.7 


5.7 


4.7 


12.2 


18.0 


15.5 


173.8 


985.7 



Note: The monthly data do not add to the annual totals which include supplementary payments arising from the closing of the accounts. 'This statement 

does not include any disbursements other than regular budgetary expenditures. Excluded, for exomple, are all government outlays arising from increases in loans, 
advances and investments. 2 Under the Technical and Vocational Training Assistance Act. 3 Government contributions under the Hospital Insurance and Diagnostic 
Services Act. 'Includes treatment and rehabilitation services. 5 For comparison purposes, annual figures for 1968-69 and 1969-70 represent "Grants to Universities- 
Payments to the Association of Universities ond Colleges of Canada" (col. 6), "Capital Subsidies for the Construction of Commercial and Fishing Vessels" (Col. 8) 
and "Interim Payments to Railways to Maintain Freight Rates at Reduced Levels" (Col. 22). 'As of April 1, 1969 Industry and Trade ond Commerce are combined. 
Sources: Canada Gazette and Dept. of Finance. 



- Ill - 



CHART- I 



CHANGES IN THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT REVENUE SOURCES 

FROM 1966-67 TO 1970-71 



% 
20 i — 



15 



1970-71 



% 
—l 20 



— 10 



PERSONAL 


CORPORATION 


GENERAL 


TOBACCO TAX MOTOR VEHICLE 


MOTOR 


OTHER 


INCOME 


INCOME 


SALES 


ANO LICENCES 


FUEL 


PROVINCIAL 


TAX 


TAX 


TAX 


LIQUOR PROFITS ANO 
PERMITS 


TAX 


TAXES 



NON-TAX CONDITIONAL UNCONDITIONAL 
RECEIPTS TRANSFERS TRANSFERS 

FROM FROM FROM 

OWN SOURCES OTHER LEVELS OTHER LEVELS 
OF GOVERNMENT OFGOVERNMENT 



CHART- 2 



CHANGES IN THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE FUNCTIONS 

FROM 1966-67 TO 1970-71 



% 

30 i— 



25 



20 



15 




% 
—i 30 



25 




20 



15 



— 10 



GENERAL 



EDUCATION 



HEALTH 



TRANSPORT DEBT CHARGES TRANSFERS TO OTHER 

AND (EXCLUSIVE OF DEBT OTHER LEVELS PROVINCIAL 

COMMUNICATIONS RETIREMENT) OFGOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES 



112 - 



Shifts in the Composition of Aggregate Provincial 
Government Revenues and Expenditures 

Having delved at some length into trends in 
provincial government revenues and expenditures 
over the past five years.it is interesting to consider 
the shifts which these trends brought about in the 
relative importance of the revenue sources and ex- 
penditure functions at this level of government. 
Graph 1 depicts the experience on the revenue side 
while Graph 2 pictures what happened on the ex- 
penditure side. This analysis shows that, of all the 
revenue sources considered on Table 1, only four, 
namely personal income tax, the category called 
"other provincial taxes", and the revenues from 
conditional and unconditional transfers, grew in 
relative importance during the period. All other de- 
clined to a greater or lesser extent. This is under- 
standable since the sources with the more rapidly 
increasing yields obviously stood to gain in relative 
importance as provincial revenue providers. The 
interesting observation, however, is the extent of the 
decline sustained by certain sources and more par- 
ticularly by motor vehicle licences and permits (from 
3.55 per cent to 2.72 per cent of total revenue) and 
motor fuel tax (from 10.36 per cent to 7.87 per cent 
of total revenue). This downward shift can, to a 
large extent, be explained in terms of comparatively 
low personal disposable income elasticity for these 
revenue sources. 12 On the expenditure side, the 
relative importance of education and especially 
health in provincial spending grew considerably. 
These two functions account for 57.39 per cent of 
all provincial outlays in 1970-71, up 6.57 per cent 
from 1966-67. This increase in their aggregate 
share of provincial expenditures was realized largely 
at the expense of transport and communications, a 
function which dropped in relative importance from 
16.49 per cent to 10.24 per cent over the same period. 
Spending for general government and debt servicing 
also increased in relative importance during the 
period while the proportions of outlays for welfare, 
transfers to other levels of government, and other 
provincial expenditures declined marginally. The 
drop in the relative importance of welfare outlays 
may reflect in part the lesser need for transfers to 
persons as a result of the ever-growing assumption 
of the provision of essential social services by 
government. 

Interprovincial Comparisons 

(a) General. — Two tables have been prepared 
comparing the provincial experiences over the years 
of the period of observation. They show the changes 
that took place over the entire period rather than 
levels at the beginning and end of the period. Table 
3 deals with the revenue side while Table 4 deals 
with the expenditure side. 



(b) Revenues.— Obviously it is difficult to be 
definitive in commenting on revenues; tax increases 
of varying extent distort interprovincial compara- 
bility. Standardization of yields to counter such 
structural changes entails an intricate process of 
adjustments that would extend the scope of the 
present study well beyond what is intended. Having 
expressed this caution.it is still possible, however, 
to make some interesting observations. Personal 
income tax revenue increased very sharply in most 
provinces particularly in those that raised the rate 
of their levy (e.g. Newfoundland, New Brunswick, 
Manitoba and Alberta). Quebec and Saskatchewan, 
however, did not fare as well. This is somewhat 
surprising for Quebec because the province did 
raise its personal income tax by something in ex- 
cess of three percentage points of "basic tax" 
(6 per cent surtax on provincial tax plus curtailment 
of dependant exemptions). The Saskatchewan situa- 
tion is more readily understandable in view of the 
fluctuations of the international wheat market. In 
the area of corporation income tax, the Ontario and 
Alberta experiences (assisted in the latter case by 
a one percentage point tax increase) overshadowed 
by far those of the other provinces. Quebec's gain 
was the lowest of all the provinces; to some extent 
this can be explained by the fact that the province 
did not in 1967 benefit from an additional one per- 
centage point abatement of federal tax as did the 
other provinces since it was already enjoying the 
full 10 per cent abatement. Not much can be said 
about the yields of the other provincial tax revenue 
sources because of the multiplicity of rate changes 
that affected them. In the area of transfers from 
other levels of government and especially that of 
unconditional transfers, it is found that the provinces 
with the lowest overall revenue increase potential 
gained the most during the period 1966-67 to 1970- 
71. This is readily understandable since equaliza- 
tion is a major component of unconditional transfers. 
Quebec benefitted appreciably from this redistribution 
exercise. The full story of unconditional transfer 
payments for Quebec must, however, make mention 
of the special payments which the province receives 
under the Established Programs (Interim Arrange- 
ments) Act. 13 These payments increased from $58 
million in 1966-67 to an estimated $215 million in 
1970-71. An interesting piece of general information 
brought out by Table 3 is that the more affluent 
provinces like Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, 
which are also the provinces where population has 
traditionally increased the fastest, were during the 
years of the period in a position to obtain a sizeable 
proportion of their new revenue from addition to their 
population. The other provinces were forced by the 
reverse phenomenon to rely more on tax increases to 
obtain the additional monies necessary to pay for 
their increased expenditures. 



12 From the author's personal observation, receipts 
from these sources bears closer functional relationship 
to population aged 14 and above than to personal dispos- 
able income. 



13 Adjustment payments to fiscal compensation for 
having opted out of certain shared-cost programs. 



113 



TABLE 3. Changes (Increases or Decreases) in Gross Provincial Revenues Between 1966-67 and 1970-71 



Source 


New- 
found- 
land 


Prince 
Edward 
Island 


Nova 
Scotia 


New 
Bruns- 
wick 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskat- 
chewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Total 


Persona] income tax 


$'000,000 


15.765 


2. 156 


25.465 


27.970 


470. 112 


504. 182 


68. 344 


35.591 


108.308 


125. 274 


1,383. 167 




% 


( 192.6) 


( 130. 7) 


( 139.2) 


(215.5) 


( 100.0) 


( 128.0) 


( 171.1) 


(93.0) 


( 195.0) 


( 127. 1) 


( 121.6) 




% 


[ 187. 5] 


[ 126. 6] 


[ 137.5] 


[ 214.3] 


[95.0] 


[ 114.5] 


[ 168. 3] 


[95.0] 


[ 175. 7] 


[ 105.9] 


[ 110.7] 


Corporation income tax 


$'000,000 


1.818 


.350 


4.449 


2.234 


25. 216 


206. 660 


12. 045 


6. 162 


28.481 


20. 106 


307.521 




% 


( 24. 0) 


(45.0) 


(61.7) 


(33.2) 


( 16.8) 


(82.6) 


( 58. 6) 


(48.9) 


( 105.7) 


(37.6) 


(57.4) 




% 


[ 20. 0] 


[ 42. 9] 


[ 50. 0] 


[ 27. 3] 


[11.51 


[71.4] 


[ 57. 1] 


[53.8] 


[94.4] 


[ 25. 9] 


[53.8] 


General sales tax 


$'000,000 


16. 250 


3. 599 


41.444 


41. 163 


219.873 


301. 325 


67. 390 


19. 183 


- 


41.741 


751.968 




% 


(73.2) 


( 100. 5) 


(175.3) 


(228.4) 


(64. 1) 


(77.0) 


— 


(39.2) 


- 


(26.2) 


(74.5) 




% 


[ 68. 2] 


[97.0] 


[ 174. 2] 


[ 227. 6] 


[ 62. l] 


[65.5] 


- 


[41.1] 


- 


[ 14.6] 


[ 66.0] 


Tobacco tax and liquor 


$•000,000 


5.963 


1.346 


5.997 


7.873 


68.927 


99.557 


3. 156 


7.250 


31.838 


19. 045 


250.952 


profits. 


% 


(82.7) 


(55.7) 


(38.3) 


(52.7) 


( 65. 8) 


(80.5) 


(11.2) 


(29.0) 


(95.6) 


(43.0) 


(62.8) 




% 


[ 78. 6] 


[ 54. 5] 


[33.31 


[50.0] 


[61.1] 


[ 70. 5] 


[10.3] 


[30.71 


[ 86. 3] 


[ 30. 4] 


[ 50. 0] 


Motor vehicle licences and 


$'000,000 


.435 


.271 


4.629 


4. 180 


38. 679 


45.380 


1.258 


3.653 


8.446 


5.995 


112.926 


permits. 


% 


(11.5) 


( 27. 0) 


(61.9) 


(61.3) 


(64. 1) 


(43.3) 


(10.5) 


(34.6) 


(46.5) 


(20.7) 


( 44. 5) 




% 


[ 14. 3] 


[ 22. 2] 


[ 60. 0] 


[ 54. 5] 


[ 60. 0] 


[33.3] 


[8.3] 


[ 36. 3] 


[ 33. 3] 


[6.7] 


[41.71 


Motor fuel tax 


$'000,000 


7.909 


1.730 


11.331 


7.564 


95.947 


126.513 


3.066 


17.399 


33.477 


17. 208 


322. 144 




% 


( 57. 6) 


( 43. 5) 


(41.5) 


(33.9) 


(47.4) 


(44.1) 


(7.5) 


( 50. 3) 


(70.9) 


( 25. 2) 


( 43. 5) 




% 


[ 55. 5] 


[ 40. 5] 


[38.81 


[ 33. 3] 


[44. l] 


[35.0] 


[7.ll 


[ 52. 8] 


[ 56. 2] 


[ 15.6] 


[ 38. 9] 


Other provincial taxes 


$'000,000 

% 


1.018 
(97.5) 


.354 
(40.5) 


.961 
(35.5) 


18.842 
( 178.3) 


91. 172 
(77.8) 


463.720 
( 168. 1) 


17. 193 
(75.6) 


2. 161 
(10.2) 


52.944 
(939.2) 


65. 526 
( 130. 2) 


713.891 




( 140.0) 




% 


I 50. 0] 


[ 37.5] 


[25.0] 


[ 176.5] 


[ 75. 0] 


[ 148. 7] 


[70.8] 


[ 13. 6l 


[ 825. 0] 


[ 107. 6] 


[ 128.0] 


Non-tax provincial receipts 


$'000,000 


4.759 


4.853 


26. 738 


6.039 


68.864 


363.080 


12.752 


27. 105 


30.899 


120.783 


665.872 


from own sources. 


% 


(33.5) 


(186.5) 


(177.6) 


(48.3) 


(44.5) 


( 184.4^ 


( 40. 2) 


( 27. 3) 


( 10. 3) 


(88.2) 


( 69. 1) 




% 


[ 25. 0] 


[ 183. 3] 


[ 175.0] 


[ 45. 0] 


[42.3] 


[ 160. 7] 


[ 36. 3] 


[ 30. l] 


[2.9] 


[ 72. 8] 


[61. 7] 


Conditional transfers from 


$'000,000 


65. 276 


17.437 


44. 492 


67. 023 


174.904 


434.943 


51. 128 


56.962 


113.706 


113.968 


1, 139.839 


other levels of govern- 


% 


( 129.8) 


( 173. 1) 


(62.0) 


( 146.7) 


( 106.7) 


( 112.3) 


( 62. 5) 


(95.3) 


( 106. 1) 


( 105.0) 


( 104.9) 


ments. 


% 


[ 120. 7] 


[ 171.7] 


[ 60. 0] 


[ 144.51 


[ 100.0] 


[ IOO.O] 


[58.8] 


[ 100. 0] 


[91.6] 


[85.7] 


[96.2] 


Unconditional transfers from 


$'000,000 


50.740 


11. 119 


39. 543 


35.596 


539.481 


12.937 


8.213 


7. 162 


8. 191 


-4.784 


708. 198 


other levels of govern- 


% 


( 100. 2) 


(95.3) 


(69.2) 


(71.2) 


(238.7) 


(50.9) 


(21. 1) 


( 18.5) 


(78.3) 


(-73.0) 


( 137.4) 


ments. 


% 


1 94. l] 

i 1 


[93.4] 

, 


[68.0] 


. [ 69. ll 


[ 234. 2] 


[ 25. 0] 


[ 20. 0] 


[ 19.5] 


[71.41 


[ -66. 7] 


[ 128.0] 



Notes: 1. First figure in $'000,000 is the global change from 1966-67 to 1970-71; second figure (% between round brackets) is percentage change on a global basis 
from 1966-67 to 1970-71; third figure [% between square brackets] is percentage change on a per capita basis from 1966-67 to 1970-71. 

2. Unless the population of a province actually declined between 1966-67 and 1970-71(the only province in this situation is Saskatchewan), the percentage increase 
on a global basis should always be greater than the percentage increase on a per capita basis. The only exceptions to this rule are usually found in instances involving small 
per capita amounts and are due to rounding. 

Sources: DBS Provincial Government Finance -Revenue and Expenditure (Catalogue No. 68-207) for 1966-67 and DBS Provincial Government Finance - Revenue and 
Expenditure (Estimates) (Catalogue No. 68 - 205) for 1970-71. 



TABLE 4. Changes (Increases or Decreases) in Gross Provincial Expenditures Between 1966-67 and 1970-71 



Function 


New- 
found- 
land 


Prince 
Edward 
Island 


Nova 
Scotia 


New 
Bruns- 
wick 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskat- 
chewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Total 


General government 


$'000,000 
% 

% 


4.825 
( 42. 6) 
[ 34. 8] 


3.915 
( 180. 0) 
[ 175. 0] 


11.290 
( 156. 1) 
[ 140.0] 


5. 241 
(48.9) 
[ 47. 0] 


133.966 
( 160.0) 
[ 157. ll 


111.451 
( 123.0) 

[ 100. ol 


4. 288 
( 30. 3) 
[ 26. 7] 


12.302 
( 107. 1) 
[ 108. 3] 


31.939 
( 173. 5) 
[ 166. 7] 


18.867 
( 55. 2) 
[47.1] 


338.084 




( 119. 1) 
[ 107. l] 


Education 


$•000,000 
% 
% 


25.367 
( 37. 2) 
[ 33. ll 


11.739 
( 137. 9) 
[l35.8] 


71.504 
( 118.6) 
[ 115.0] 


103. 181 
(251. 1) 
[ 250. 0] 


600.405 

( 101.5) 

[ 96. O] 


822.265 

( 107.9) 

[ 93. 4] 


96.963 
( 150.6) 
[ 144.7] 


60. 100 
(71.2) 
[ 73. 9] 


140.023 
(61.8) 
[ 50. 6] 


209. 206 
( 130.5) 
[ 110.9] 


2,140.753 




( 103. 5) 
[95.0] 


Health 


$•000,000 
% 
% 


32. 211 
( 68. 3) 
[ 62. 7] 


7. 224 
(85.9) 
[ 84. 4] 


119.035 
( 187.5) 
[ 183. 3] 


33.345 
(69. 1) 
[ 67. 9] 


428. 151 
( 80. 4) 
[ 76. 6] 


938. 775 

( 157. 2) 
[ 139. 2l 


105. 228 
(134.4) 
[ 130. 8] 


48.293 
(44.2) 
[ 46. 4] 


174. 398 
( 119.7) 
[ 104. l] 


225.077 
( 143.7) 
[ 123.8] 


2, 111.737 
(118.2) 
[ 107.9] 


Welfare 


$•000,000 

% 
% 


14. 508 
( 52. 3) 
[ 46. 4] 


-. 127 
(-1.6) 
[-2.7] 


29.773 
( 161.3) 
[ 158. 3] 


15. 196 
( 106. 5) 
[ 104. 3] 


232. 322 
(84.6) 
[ 78. 7] 


124.513 
(79.5) 
[ 68. 2] 


15.970 
(56.8) 
[ 55. l] 


5.222 
(14.5) 
[15.7] 


20. 473 
(33.9) 
[25.0] 


25. 667 
(35.3) 
[ 27. 7] 


483. 517 




(69.4) 
[61. 7] 


Transportation and commu- 
nications. 


$'000,000 

% 
% 


11. 151 
(27.0) 
[21.7] 


-2.415 

(-19.0) 
[-19.7] 


10.619 

( 16.4) 
[ 15. 3] 


11.313 

(19.6) 
[ 18. 2] 


-26. 132 

(-7. 1) 
[-9.6] 


110.621 
( 27. 5) 
[ 19. 6] 


2.341 
(4.9) 
[2.0] 


13.971 
(21.0) 
[ 23. l] 


9.736 

( 10.5) 

[3.2| 


48.904 
(47.8) 
[ 36. 5] 


190. 109 
( 15. 1) 
[11.4] 


Debt charges (exclusive of 
debt retirement). 


$'000,000 

% 
% 


18. 555 
(133.3) 
[ 125. 0] 


4.209 
( 108. 1) 
[ 105.6] 


40.084 
( 172.8) 
[ 167.7] 


18. 167 
( 115.6) 
[ 116. 0] 


114. 218 
( 140.5) 
[ 135.7] 


190. 533 
( 140.0) 
[ 126. 3] 


2.275 

( 11. 1) 

[9.5] 


12.437 
(38.8) 
[ 42. 4] 


10.803 
(1,485.9) 


.857 
( 1,993.0) 


412. 138 
( 125.9) 
[ 118.71 


Transfers to other levels of 
government. 


$'000,000 

% 
% 


-.229 

(-7.8) 
[-16.71 


.076 
(15.0) 


7.865 

(555.8) 
[ 500. 0] 


5.790 
(44.8) 
[ 42. 8] 


35. 172 
(31. 1) 
[ 26. 3] 


17.752 
(51.8) 
[ 40. 0] 


6.484 

(157.9) 
[ 150.0] 


- 


16. 246 
(65.6) 

[62.51 


22.887 
(92.4) 
[ 83. 3] 


112.043 
(51.2) 
[45.4] 


Other provincial expend- 
itures. 


$•000,000 
% 

% 


31.021 
( 50. 8) 
[ 46. 0] 


5.797 
(114.9) 
[ 113.0] 


17.360 
(68.5) 
[ 66. 7] 


27. 269 
(143. 1) 
[ 138.7] 


211.077 
(86.7) 
[ 85. 3] 


383.322 
( 168.5) 
[ 150. 0] 


-8. 978 

(-12.0) 
[-12.9] 


14. 374 
(32.9) 
[ 24. 0] 


38.733 
(32.9) 
[24.0] 


-3.870 

(-2.5) 
[-13.8] 


716. 105 
(72.7) 
[ 66. 6] 



Notes: 1. First figure in $'000,000 is the global change from 1966-67 to 1970-71; second figure (% between round brackets) is percentage change on a global basis from 
1966-67 to 1970-71; third figure [% between square brackets] is percentage change on a per capita basis from 1966-67 to 1970-71. 

2. Unless the population of a province actually declined between 1966-67 and 1970-71 (the only province in this situation is Saskatchewan), the percentage 
Jicrease on a global basis should always be greater than the percentage increase on a per capita basis. The only exception to this rule are usually found in instances involvine 
small per capita amounts and are due to rounding. 



Sources: DBS Provincial Government Finance - Revenue and Expenditure (Catalogue No. 68-207) for 1966-67 and DBS Provincial Government Finance- 
expenditure (Estimates ) (Catalogue No. 68-205) for 1970-71. 



Revenue and 



- 114 - 



(c) Expenditures. -Table 4 provides an inter- 
provincial comparison of changes in outlays on the 
main functions of provincial govemmentexpenditures. 
The largest spending increases in absolute terms 
during this period occurred in the areas of education 
($2,141 million for all provinces) and health ($2,112 
million for all provinces). The percentage global 
increase for outlays on education fluctuated from a 
low of 37.2 per cent in Newfoundland to a high of 
251.2 per cent in New Brunswick. The sharp rise 
in New Brunswick resulted in large part from in- 
stitutional changes that saw the provincial govern- 
ment assume responsibilities which, in the other 
provinces, usually devolve on local authorities. If 
abstraction is made of the Newfoundland and New 
Brunswick experiences, the percentage increases 
on a global basis recorded by the other provinces 
are found to range from 61.8 per cent to 150.6 per 
cent. In the area of health, provincial government 
expenditures rose on a global basis within a band 
of 44.2 per cent to 187.5 per cent. The comparatively 
low increase in spending on this important function 
in Saskatchewan is explained by the fact that the 
province was the only one to have a comprehensive 
health program that included both hospitalization 
and medicare at the beginning of the period and that 
this program subsequently required little improve- 
ment in terms of extent of services provided. For the 
other provinces, the years 1966-67 to 1970-71 
witnessed the inception of medicare which, together 
with the extension of hospitalization services al- 
ready provided, resulted in increases in health out- 
lays ranging from 68.3 per cent to 187.5 per cent on 
a global basis. 14 Undoubtedly the high rate of in- 
crease of health expenditures has put severe strains 
on provincial budgets in recent years. In the area 
of welfare, increased provincial government spending 
ranged on a global basis all the way from -1.6 per 
cent in Prince Edward Island to 161.3 per cent in 
Nova Scotia. Little can be said about interprovincial 
differences in this area except to point out that the 



14 All provinces will have a medicare program at 
March 31, 1971 but, for several of them, this will be a 
new development that will have been only partially opera- 
tive in 1970-71. 



only four provinces with rates of growth above the 
national average were Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, 
Quebec and Ontario. Conceivably, the experiences 
of Quebec and Ontario might point to an acceleration 
in the rate of concentration of the poor in our society 
in the larger cities of the country. The area of debt 
charges also deserves some comments. The per- 
centage increases shown for Alberta and British 
Columbia may appear somewhat extraordinary but 
they have to be taken in the context of a virtual 
absence of outlays of this kind for the two provinces 
in 1966-67. However, for the Maritimes as well as 
for Quebec and Ontario, debt servicing indeed con- 
stituted an area of rapidly accelerating expenditures 
over the period 1966-67 to 1970-71. This is in part 
a reflection of the fiscal posture of these provinces 
during these years and in part the result of the need 
to refinance comparatively large proportions of their 
indebtedness under high interest rate conditions. One 
final comment can be made in connection with 
Table 4: the comparison of the percentage global 
increases in outlays on the main functions of prov- 
incial expenditures with the corresponding per capita 
percentage increases shows quite clearly that the 
advantage derived on the revenue side by the more 
affluent provinces in securing additional revenue 
through more rapid population increase is offset to 
some extent on the expenditure side by the fact that 
the need to extend their services to satisfy the wants 
of the same rapidly increasing population appears 
to add relatively more to their global outlays. 

Conclusions 

As is shown by Tables 1 and 2, provincial 
governments moved from a revenue position of 
$7,151 million in 1966-67 to $13,508 million in 
1970-71 and from an expenditure position of $7,621 
million in 1966-67 to $14,126 million in 1970-71. 
Their deficit did not change much in absolute terms 
increasing only from $470 million in 1966-67 to $618 
million in 1970-71. In fact, in terms of percentage of 
their revenue, it decreased from 6.57 per cent in 
1966-67 to 4.58 per cent in 1970-71. There were 
wide differences in individual provincial experiences, 
however, as the following table readily indicates: 



TABLE 5. Surplus or Deficit Position of Provincial Governments in 1966-67 


and 


1970-71 


Province 


1966-67 


1970-71 


Newfoundland 

Prince Edward Island 


$*00l 

(95) 
(11) 
( 18) 
(19) 
(298) 

32 
(15) 

(6) 
(82) 

42 

(470) 


),000 


(62) 
2 


Nova Scotia 


( 120) 


New Brunswick 

Quebec 


(20) 
(234) 
(109) 
5 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatchewan 


10 


Alberta 


(109) 
19 

(618) 


British Columbia 

Totals 





Note: Figures without brackets represent surplus; figures in brackets represent deficit. 

Sources: DBS Proinncial Government Finance - Revenue and Expenditure (Catalogue No. 68-207) for 1966-67 and 
DBS Provincial Government Finance —Revenue and Expenditures (Estimates) (Catalogue No. 68-205) for 1970-71. 



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Development of Manpower Statistics 
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CANADIAN STATISTICAL REVIEW 

Cette revue est disponible en edition frangaise, Revue Statis- 
tique du Canada, n" du catalogue 11-003F. 



Series published in this Review are stored in CANSIM, the com- 
puterized time series data bank of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 
All or any part of the data bank contents may be purchased on 
magnetic tape or as computer printouts. For additional information, 
see inside back cover. 

Selected Economic Indicators appearing in the Section 1 are 
published in seasonally adjusted form. Seasonally adjusted data are 
most useful for analysis and forecasting as they bring out the under- 
lying trends of economic time series. Seasonal adjustments remove 
the effect of repetitive intra-year variations resulting from normal 
differences in weather, holidays with invariable dates, or other events 
which repeat with the same timing. Additional adjustments may be 
necessary for series which contain variation due to the difference in 
working or trading-days in each month or for holidays or other 
events with variable dates. Such adjustments are made prior to 
the seasonal adjustment but are treated as part of the seasonal 
adjustment. 

The seasonal adjustment method applied to economic time series at 
the Dominion Bureau of Statistics is a computerized ratio-to-moving 
average method. The standard computer program used in the Bureau 
is the US Bureau of the Census Method II. The X-9 version is used 
for Labour Force data; for other data adjusted by computer the 
X-ll version is used. 

The MCD, or Months for Cyclical Dominance, in a table containing 
seasonally adjusted series indicates the smallest span of months for 
which the average change in the cyclical factor is greater than that 
in the irregular factor. For the smoothest series the MCD is 1, for 
the most erratic series it is 6. Applying moving average of the period 
equal to the MCD tends to smooth irregular movements which may 
obscure the underlying trend-cycle. 

Smoothed data have been used for the graphs of some of the season- 
ally adjusted series with MCD of 4, 5 or 6. A 5-term moving average 
was applied for smoothing these series. 



A weekly supplement containing data published between release dates 
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adjusted for seasonal variation, are distributed to subscribers in an 
Annual Supplement. 



SYMBOLS 

The following standard symbols are used in this and other DBS 
publications: 

figures not available 

figures not appropriate or not applicable 
- nil or zero. 
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t advance estimates, 
p preliminary figures. 
r revised figures. 

x confidential to meet secrecy requirements 
of the Statistics Act. 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Pa: 

List of Statistical Tables 

Note to users 

Articles — The Use of Financial Statistics as a 
Measure of Business Conditions 

Development of Manpower Statistics with Particu- 
lar Reference to Manpower Forecasting and Man- 
power Targets 

Statistical Tables 7-1] 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

List of Statistical Tables 2 

Note to Users 3 

Articles — The use of Financial Statistics as a Measure of Business Conditions 4 

Development of Manpower Statistics with Particular Reference to Manpower Forecasting and Manpower Targets 6 

Statistical Tables 7-110 



LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES 



Page 
Section 1. Selected Economic Indicators 

1. Labour Force 7 

2. Industrial Production 8 

3. Employment, Selected Industries 9 

4: Income, Earnings and Hours 10 

5. Retail Trade, New Motor Vehicle Sales 11 

6. Construction 12 

7. Exports and Imports 13 

8. Selected Monthly Series 14 

9. Income and Expenditure Accounts, Balance of Inter- 

national Payments 15 

10. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin 16 

11. Prices 17 

Section 2. Population Statistics 

1. Population, by Province 18 

2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Perma- 

nent Residence 18 

3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) 

Destination 18 

4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational 

Group 18 

5. Births, by Province 19 

6. Deaths, by Province 19 

7. Marriages, by Province 19 

Section 3. System of National Accounts 

1. Income and Expenditure Accounts 

1.1. National Income and Gross National Product 20 

1.2. Gross National Expenditure, Current Dollars 20 

1.3. Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 21 

1.4. Sources of Personal Income 21 

1.5. Disposition of Personal Income 22 

1.6. Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 22 

1.7. Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or 

Deficit, by Level of Government 23 

1.8. Implicit Price Indexes 27 

1.9. Relation between Gross National Product at Market 

Prices and Gross Domestic Product at Factor 

Cost 27 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

2.1. Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin 28 

2.2. Industrial Production 29 

3. Financial Accounts 

3.1. Financial Flows 34 

4. Balance of International Payments 

4.1. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Cur- 

rent Account, All Countries 36 

4.2. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Cur- 

rent Account, Country Distribution 36 

4.3. Canadian Balance of International Payments, Cap- 

ital Account, All Countries 37 

Section 4. Labour 

1. Wages and Salaries, by Province 38 

2. Wages and Salaries, by Industry 39 

3. Labour Force 40 

4. Labour Force, by Region 40 

5. Employed, by Region 41 

6. Employed Non-agriculture, by Region 41 



Page 
Section 4. Labour — Concluded: 

7. Unemployed, by Region 42 

8. Unemployment Rate, by Region 42 

9. Not in the Labour Force, by Region 43 

10. Activities of Unemployment Insurance Commission .... 43 

11. Time Lost in Work Stoppages 44 

12. Employment Indexes, Industrial Divisions 45 

13. Employment Indexes, by Province 46 

14. Employment Indexes, Manufacturing 47 

15. Wages and Salaries, Industrial Divisions 47 

16. Wages and Salaries, Manufacturing 48 

17. Wages and Salaries, by Province 48 

18. Average Hourly Earnings 49 

19. Average Weekly Hours 50 

Section 5. Prices 

1. Industry Selling Price Indexes 51 

2. General Wholesale Index 54 

3. Other Wholesale Price Indexes 54 

4. Consumer Price Indexes 55 

Section 6. Manufacturing 

1. Total Inventories, Shipments, Orders 56 

2. Manufacturing Shipments, Selected Industries 57 

3. Manufacturing Inventories, Selected Industries 59 

4. Manufacturing Shipments and Unfilled! Orders by Eco- 

nomic Use Classification 61 

5. Manufacturing Inventories Owned and Raw Materials 

by Economic Use Classification 62 

6. Manufacturing Goods in Process and Finished Prod- 

ucts by Economic Use Classification 63 

7. Tobacco and Beverages 64 

8. Rubber 64 

9. Rubber Products 65 

10. Raw Hides, Skins, Finished Leather 65 

11. Production of Leather Footwear 66 

12. Primary Textiles 66 

13. Production of Sawn Lumber 67 

14. Pulpwood, Woodpulp and Newsprint 67 

15. Primary Iron and Steel 68 

16. New Motor Vehicles 69 

17. Refrigerators, Freezers, Washing Machines and 

Clothes Dryers 70 

18. Radio and Television Sets 70 

Section 7. Fuel, Power, Mining 

1. Total Electric Power 71 

2. Electric Power Available, by Province 71 

3. Coal and Coke 72 

4. Crude Oil and Natural Gas 72 

5. Petroleum Products 73 

6. Metals 74 

7. Non-metallic Minerals 75 

Section 8. Construction 

1. Building Permits, by Type 76 

2. Building Permits, by Province 76 

3. Dwelling Units, Started, All Areas 77 

4. Dwelling Units, Completed, All Areas 77 

5. Dwelling Units, Under Construction, All Areas 77 

6. Dwelling Units Started, Centres 10,000 and Over 78 

7. Dwelling Units Completed, Centres 10,000 and Over 78 

8. Building Materials 79 

9. Mortgage Loans, Approvals 80 



Page 
Section 9. Food and Agriculture 

1. Farm Cash Receipts, by Source 81 

2. Farm Cash Receipts, by Province 81 

3. Farm Implement and Equipment Sales at Wholesale 

Prices, by Province 81 

4. Slaughter and Cold Storage Stocks 82 

5. Selected Agricultural Prices 82 

6. Exports of Grains and Livestock Products 83 

7. Milk, Milk Products and Eggs 83 

8. Fish 84 

9. Manufactured Food 84 

10. Sugar 85 

Section 10. Domestic Trade 

1. Value of Retail Trade 86 

2. Department Store Sales and Stocks 88 

3. Wholesale Sales 88 

4. Chartered Banks' General Loans 89 

5. Retail Credit, by Type of Store 89 

6. Consumer Credit, Selected Holders 90 

Section 11. External Trade 

1. Merchandise Exports, Major Countries and Areas 91 

2. Merchandise Imports, Major Countries and Areas 92 

3. Merchandise Exports, by Commodity 93 

4. Merchandise Imports, by Commodity 95 



Page 
Section 12. Transportation 

1. Carloadings of Revenue Freight 97 

2. Railway Operating Statistics 98 

3. Operating Statistics of Canadian Motor Carriers 98 

4. Operating Statistics of Canadian and Foreign Air 

Carriers 99 

5. Operating Statistics of Canadian Pipelines 99 

6. Shipping and Cana) Traffic 100 



Section 13. Finance 

1. Bank of Canada 101 

2. Chartered Banks 102 

3. Currency and Chartered Bank Deposits 103 

4. Cheques Cashed in Clearing Centres 104 

5. Life Insurance Sales 105 

6. Life Insurance Payments 105 

7. Payments on Death Claims 106 

8. Security Issues and Retirements 106 

9. Security Prices 107 

10. Stock Exchange Statistics 108 

11. Commercial Failures and Liabilities 108 

12. Government Revenues 109 

13. Government Expenditures 109 



NOTE TO USERS 

Changes occur from time to time in tables contained in this Review to reflect newly available 
economic series, changes made in concept, composition, comparability, seasonal adjustment 
methods, benchmark data, etc. Changes in this issue are as follows: 

Section 1, Table 11 -Prices 

New Export and Import Price Index series have been introduced starting with the 1967 
Statistics on 1968 price and weight base. Because of major changes in composition, these series 
are not comparable with previously published series (1948 = 100). 



Section 6, Table 3 - Manufacturing Inventories 

Unadjusted data for the following 5 columns: 
portation equipment", "Electrical Products" and 
corrected from June 1968 to May 1970 inclusive. 



'Metal fabricating", "Machinery", "Trans- 
'Non-metallic mineral products" have been 



Section 10, Table 1- Value of Retail Trade 

Raw and seasonally adjusted data have been revised from 1966 to date. Revisions are 
bases on the 1966 Census. 



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THE USE OF FINANCIAL STATISTICS AS A MEASURE OF BUSINESS CONDITIONS 

J.D. Wilson* 



About the Statistics 

In 1960, the Dominion Bureau of Statistics 
implemented a program designed to improve the cov- 
erage, quality and timeliness of the financial infor- 
mation available on the Canadian economy. The 
program centered around the production of quarterly 
financial accounts, 1 designed to shed more light on 
financial transactions, with particular emphasis on 
the sources and uses of funds for the various sectors 
of the economy. As part of the overall program, the 
quarterly financial statements survey of industrial 
corporations was initiated in the Business Finance 
Division. 

Because of the increasing demand in recent 
years for current information on the financial position 
and results of operations of industrial corporations, 
the data from the survey were compiled to produce 
a new publication, issued in June 1970; Industrial 
Corporation Quarterly Financial Statistics, 1962- 
1969 (DBS Catalogue No. 61-003). This publication 
contains balance sheets, income statements and 
statements of retained earnings for 25 industry 
groups within the industrial corporation sector of 
the Canadian economy and it is now published on a 
quarterly basis giving up-to-date statistics covering 
the most recent 16 quarters. 

The following analysis is based on the statistics 
presented in this publication. 



Limitations of the Statistics 

When the financial statement survey was imple- 
mented in 1962, the primary purpose was to supply 
data to the System of National Accounts of the 
Dominion Bureau of Statistics. To meet the require- 
ments of the Financial Flow Accounts, a part of the 
System of National Accounts, emphasis was placed 
on the financial assets and liabilities in the balance 
sheet. The presentation of the income statement 
was designed so that the "net profit" (book profit) 
as reported by corporations could be adjusted to 
"base profit" which is the National Accounts con- 
cept of corporate profits. The major adjustments 
made to "net profit" to arrive at "base profit" 
include the removal from income of (a) dividends 
received from companies in Canada, and (b) profits 
on the sale of fixed assets and securities; and the 
removal from expenses of (a) depreciation and deple- 
tion charges and (b) provision for income taxes 
accrued on current period profits and deferred to 
future periods. 



* Mr. Wilson is a chartered accountant who was in 
the public accounting and taxation fields prior to assuming 
his present position as financial analyst in the Industrial 
Corporation Section of the Business Finance Division 
of DBS. 

1 Financial Flow Accounts 1962-67, DBS Cata- 
logue NO. 13-530. Financial Flow Accounts, Quarterly 
DBS Catalogue No. 13-002. 



With the emphasis placed on the principal users 
mentioned above, consideration was not given to the 
presentation of the financial statements in a way 
which would lend itself to some of the standard 
ratios and percentages used in analyzing the state- 
ments. 

The analysis of profitability would be enhanced 
by the addition of such items as material costs, 
labour costs and interest on short and long-term 
debt. To improve the measure of liquidity, a break- 
down between current and long-term "investments 
in Canadian and foreign securities" and "debts 
owing to parent and affiliated companies" would 
be useful. If financial assets and investment income 
could be segregated so that certain asset accounts 
would be related to corresponding income accounts, 
it would improve the measurement of the "rate of 
return". 

A word of caution is necessary at this point 
concerning assumptions that might be made about 
the financial statistics and their analysis. The data 
are based on a composite of financial statements 
from many corporations added together and inflated 
to universe proportions in each industry. One cannot 
make the assumption that the ratios and percentages 
produced from the statistics necessarily represent 
the average tor the industry. The size, geographic 
location, financial structure, methods of production 
and marketing of each corporation in an industry 
is quite distinct. To move closer to a representative 
homogeneous grouping of corporations, consideration 
would have to be given to publishing statistics in 
finer industrial classifications and by size groups. 

Developmental Programs 

Work is now being carried out by the Dominion 
Bureau of Statistics to integrate the various series 
of financial statistics produced. One of the projects 
being carried out to achieve this objective is the 
standardization of classifications and definitions of 
balance sheet and income and expense accounts. 

The Industrial Corporation Section of the Busi- 
ness Finance Division is now developing specialized 
financial statements for certain industries along with 
other modifications to all the statements which will 
be incorporated in the publication 2 in the near future. 
The objective of this project is to present the data 
in a more meaningful way to facilitate the analysis 
of liquidity, flow of cash, financing and profit- 
ability of each industry. 

At the present time the Construction, Agricul- 
ture, Fishing and Trapping industries' statistics 
are not included in the sector's statistics published. 
It is anticipated that, with an improvement of the 
survey coverage, the Construction industry data will 
be published in the near future. 



2 Industrial Corporations Quarterly Financial Statis- 
tics, (DBS Catalogue No. 61-003). 



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About the Analysis 

The analysis is based on the following major 
industrial groups: 



Major industry group 



S.I.C. 
Code No. 



(1) Mining 051-099 

(2) Manufacturing 101-399 

(3) Transportation and Storage (referred to 

as "Transportation" in this article) 501-527 

(4) Communication 543-548 

(5) Utilities 573-579 

(6) Wholesale and Retail Trade (referred 

to as "Trade" in this article) 602-699 

(7) Service 801-899 

1 S.I.C. — Standard Industrial Classification, Manual 
DBS Catalogue No. 12-501. 

Conventional financial statements of corpora- 
tions usually consist of at least two separate but 
interrelated parts: the "Balance Sheet", presenting 
the financial position of the corporation in the form 
of an equation, "Assets = Liabilities + Shareholders' 
Equity," and the "Income Statement", which states 
the results of operations (Revenue, Expenses and 
Profit). The link between the "Income Statement" 
and the "Balance Sheet" is the "Statement of Re- 
tained Earnings" which indicates the changes in 
earnings retained in the corporation for a period of 
time. 

Traditionally, the standard corporate financial 
statements are published to communicate meaning- 
ful financial data to a wide variety of users such as 
shareholders, prospective investors, investment 
analysts, credit grantors, governments and regulatory 
authorities, all of whom rely heavily on these data 
to assist them in the decision making process. 

Financial statements require interpretation 
which is facilitated by the use of various analytical 
techniques. Mere examination of the components of 
a statement cannot lead to definite conclusions on 
the financial status of an industry. 

The techniques used in analyzing financial 
statements involve the comparison or relationship 
of two or more variables in the statements presented 
in the form of ratios, percentages and indices. The 
relationship of variables in a specific set of state- 
ments is usually referred to as a static analysis, 
while comparisons of a certain variable in a series 
of statements covering a period of successive years 
is usually referred to as a trend analysis. In this 
statistical time series, 2 the trend or change in Profit 
is a very important economic indicator. 

Static Analysis 

An important principle in static analysis is 
that certain reasonable proportions should exist 



2 Industrial Corporations Quarterly Financial Statis- 
tics, (DBS Catalogue No. 61-003). 



among the various items in the financial structure of 
a corporation. When interpreting various measures, 
one must decide whether the relationship is satis- 
factory or not, based on experience or on a com- 
parison with normal or average ratios for an industry. 

Measurement of Short-term Liquidity 

Current assets represent the most liquid assets, 
in that they will be converted to cash within the 
current accounting cycle, and current liabilities 
represent obligations that will be discharged in the 
current accounting cycle, which is usually one year. 
While "Working Capital" is defined as the excessof 
current assets over current liabilities, or the equity 
of the owners in the current assets, the measure of 
short-term liquidity commonly used is the ratio of 
current assets to current liabilities, or Working 
Capital Ratio. Table 1 and Chart 1 show Working 
Capital Ratios for the sector as a whole, by years 
from 1962 to 1969, inclusive. 

Relationship of the Equities 

A fundamental relationship of equities is seen 
in the comparison of investments by creditors and 
investments by shareholders. Shifts in this relation- 
ship could be caused by many factors such as the 
financing of capital expenditures through debt capi- 
tal or an increase in share capital (issuance of new 
shares). 

Financial Leverage 

A desirable objective of corporate management 
is to utilize borrowed capital at a fixed rate of in- 
terest which is lower than the rate of profit to capital 
invested in the business. This procedure is called 
"trading on the equity" or "leverage". Although 
this procedure may yield higher profits, there is an 
inherent danger involved. For example, during periods 
of recession a decline in sales volume could lower 
the earnings to a point where the fixed interest 
charges on the debt capital would exceed the profit 
before interest, thus converting the profit after inter- 
est into a loss. 

Table 2 compares the relationship of share- 
holders' equity to short-term loans, long-term debt, 
and to total short-term loans and long-term debt. 

Comparative Financial Structures of Major Industry 
Groups 

Table 3 illustrates the distinct financial 
characteristics of individual major industry groups. 
The table is divided into two groups; Group I in- 
cludes Communication Utilities and Transportation; 
Group II includes Mining, Services, Manufacturing 
and Trade. 

The first group traditionally are heavily financed 
by debt capital. This is possibly due to the fact that 
these industries are partially regulated by govern- 
ment, and because they require a high level of fixed 
assets, and the majority of companies are very large. 
The regulated industries have less growth potential 



(Continued on page 111) 



-6 - 



DEVELOPMENT OF MANPOWER STATISTICS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE 
TO MANPOWER FORECASTING AND MANPOWER TARGETS 

H. Buckley and D.J. Bailey* 



As a background to the examination of the de- 
velopment of manpower statistics in the Canadian 
context, it is necessary to review briefly the eco- 
nomic circumstances of recent years since statistical 
developments are strongly influenced by policy 
needs, which in turn are based on the state of the 
economy. 

During the past decade the Canadian labour force 
has experienced an annual growth rate of about 2.5 
per cent, rising from about 6.5 million in 1960 to 
8.2 million in 1969. This compares with an annual 
growth rate of about 2 per cent in the previous 
decade. 

Underlying the overall growth of labour force 
over the past decade are substantial variations in 
the experience of different sectors of the economy. 
Employment in agriculture declined from almost 
700,000 in 1960 to just over 500,000 in 1969. Con- 
versely, employment in manufacturing rose from 
about 1.4 million to over 1.8 million in the same 
period. As a further indication of the growing ma- 
turity of the Canadian economy, employment in the 
service sector, including government service, in- 
creased from about 1.5 million in 1960 to almost 
2.4 million in 1969. 

At the beginning of the 1960's, the rate of 
employment was at the lowest level since World War 
II. This situation gradually improved, as shown in 
the table below, but the goal of an employment rate 
of 97 per cent as suggested by the first report of the 
Economic Council of Canada 1 was never achieved 
and in only two years, 1965 and 1966, did the rate 
rise above 96 per cent. Unemployment rates, adjusted 
to conform in definition and coverage, have con- 
sistently been higher than those of most industria- 
lized nations including the United Kingdom, though 
they differ but little from the American. 

Annual average employment rates, Canada, 1960-69 
inclusive: 

1960 93.0 

1961 92.9 

1962 94.1 

1963 94.5 

1964 95.3 

1965 96.1 

1966 96.4 

1967 95.9 

1968 95.2 

1969 95.3 



'Prepared for presentation at the Conference of 
Commonwealth Statisticians held in New Delhi, India, 
November 1970, by Mrs. H. Buckley, Chief, Special 
Manpower Studies, Regional and Manpower Research 
Staff, and D.J. Bailey, Director, Labour Division. 

1 Economic Council of Canada, First Annual Review, 
Dec. 1964, p. 38 



Within Canada, the upward movement of employment 
was felt in all parts of the country, yet unemploy- 
ment rates have remained above the national average 
in certain regions and for certain classes of workers 
(youth, older men, unskilled etc.). At the same time, 
as employment expanded there emerged serious 
problems of occupational and locality shortages. 

The major policy response dates from 1966 with 
the establishment of the Department of Manpower 
and Immigration, which marks a full commitment to 
selective manpower policies as necessary comple- 
ments to main policy levers operating on the demand 
side. The approach is not wholly new, the federal 
government having undertaken to assist the matching 
of workers and jobs through the National Employment 
Service as long ago as 1941. But it is much more 
comprehensive. In addition to offering an employ- 
ment exchange, the new department embodies the 
key concept of promoting the mobility of labour — oc- 
cupationally, industrially, geographically — to con- 
form with changing labour market requirements. A 
co-ordinated program is offered, embracing counsel- 
ling and placement services; training, retraining and 
educational upgrading; and financial assistance to 
workers moving from one place to another. 

The total cost of federal programs affecting 
labour supply and the operation of the labour market 
is close to 10 per cent of total budget expenditures. 

The brief experience with selective manpower 
policies serves to indicate both their importance and 
their limitations. On the one hand, with a downturn 
in employment growth but continued rapid growth in 
labour force size, it seems likely that high rates of 
youth unemployment would have been even higher in 
the absence of training and counselling directed to 
skills and trades in high demand. At the same time, 
the slackening in total employment growth is not 
amenable to action on the supply side; such policies 
also seem to be relatively ineffective in combatting 
the tendency for rising unemployment to concentrate 
in regions where unemployment and underemployment 
traditionally exceed the national average. 



Regional income disparities in Canada reflect 
very different patterns in manpower utilization — dif- 
ferences which have persisted over many years. 
Illustration may be drawn from a recent study'which, 
having established a measure of "potential employ- 
ment", calculated that over the last decade the 
Atlantic provinces lost 4 per cent to 8 per cent of 
this potential through unemployment and a consistent 
12 per cent through non-participation in the labour 
force. 



2 DBS, Special Labour Force Studies, No. 8, Under- 

utilization of Manpower in Canada. 



(Continued on page 122) 



Februar 



1971 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 1 



LABOUR FORCE (More detail in Section 4, Table 3) 

FROM NOVEMBER TO DECEMBER THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE ROSE FROM 6. 5 TO 6. 6 PER CENT REFLECTING A 0. 8 PER CENT 
DECREASE IN THE TOTAL LABOUR FORCE AND EMPLOYED, UNEMPLOYMENT REMAINING CONSTANT. 





MILLION PERSONS 






THOUSAND 




— Arithmetic Scale — 


8.6 


— Arithmetic Scale 


PERSONS 




— Kr\ 


8 5 






570 




/ _ 


8 4 
















/ — 


540 




— t — 


8.3 
















1 — 


51 






t — 


8.2 










TOTAL LABOUR FORCE/"^ 


— 


B.I 




| — 


480 








— 


8 




UNEMPLOYED / 


450 










7 9 




K A / — 


420 












7 8 




/ \/\ N \l — 


3 90 












7 7 
































— 


360 












7 6 







































330 




— ^v 










7 5 
















— /s y 








<c 


8 1 


yA 








- 


300 




— . 










Aft 


8 
7.9 


— \ 










— 


270 
240 












s~\ > 


r 1 _ 


7.8 












PER CENT 












f — y 
















— 


7 








TOTAL EMPLOYED 


' 




77 ^ 




































6 














— 


7 6 




UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 






^ 


v 










— 


7 5 














5.0 
















7 4 














4 














rS 


7 3 














30 




























MILLION PERSONS 
















7 2 


— 










— 


68 
















7.1 















6 7 
















7 -* 


^ 










~v r 


6 6 




— /V 












6.9 






























6 8 


— 


NOT IN THE LABOUR FORCE / 




6 5 








y*EMPLOYED 
























r NON-AGRICULTURE 




— 


6 7 


— 












64 














— 


6 6 


— 












63 
















6.5 















6 2 




— / 












6 4 














6 1 




/ 












6 3 






























/ * 












6 




—-/ 












6 2 






























61 ^ 


— 












5.9 


^ 


rTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 


llllllllllllll 


r 


mimiiiii 


ii limn iiiiiiiiii in nr. 




J 1965 ° 1966 ° 1967 D 1968 ° 1969 D 1970 C 


J 1965 C 


D D D D C 
1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 





total labour force 



total employed employed non-agriculture 



unemployed 



unemployment rate not in the labour force 





thousands 


2 


2 


7,814 


7,251 


7,775 


7,242 


7,760 


7,238 


7,753 


7,234 


7,759 


7,256 


7,764 


7,249 


7,785 


7,283 


7,825 


7,307 


7,843 


7,304 


7,846 


7,319 


7,847 


7,340 


7,910 


7,402 


7,935 


7,382 


7,871 


7,362 


7,859 


7,359 


7,892 


7,396 


7,926 


7,445 


7,927 


7,420 


7,862 


7,369 



per cent 



thousands 



M.C.D. 



1969 



1970 



8,218 
8,158 
8,158 
8,160 
8,179 
8,176 
8,180 
8,198 
8,240 
8,265 
8,312 
8,430 
8,492 
8,438 
8,420 
8,474 
8,484 
8,481 
8,416 



404 
383 
398 
407 
420 
412 
395 
373 
397 
419 
465 
520 
557 
567 
561 
582 
558 
554 
554 



4.9 


6,414 


4.7 


6,494 


4.9 


6,541 


5.0 


6,572 


5.1 


6,589 


5.0 


6,596 


4.8 


6,604 


4.5 


6,638 


4.8 


6,623 


5.1 


6,638 


5.6 


6,610 


6.2 


6,518 


6.6 


6,532 


6.7 


6,614 


6.7 


6,696 


6.9 


6,688 


6.6 


6,696 


6.5 


6,691 


6.6 


6,742 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 2 



8 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



February, 1971 



INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION (More detail in Section 3, Table 2.2) 

THE INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ROSE BY 1.3 PER CENT IN NOVEMBER, TO A LEVEL OF 171.5. TOTAL 
MANUFACTURING ROSE 1.3 PER CENT LARGELY REFLECTING A 2.7 PER CENT INCREASE IN NON-DURABLE MANUFACTURING. 



Ratio Scale 



TOTAL INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION 




1970 



total 

industrial 

production (1961-100) 



manufacturing (1961-100) 



(1961-100) 



mines (incl. milling). 



total 



urables 


non-durables 


quarries & oi 


189.5 


149.9 


158.1 


191.1 


150.5 


145.0 


192.2 


151.6 


142.3 


190.7 


152.9 


137.2 


183.5 


152.7 


134.0 


183.5 


153.4 


142.7 


184.1 


152.9 


144.5 


189.2 


154.0 


152.7 


191.4 


154.2 


163.1 


187.8 


154.5 


170.7 


192.9 


154.8 


174.3 


186.7 


152.8 


170.6 


188.6 


154.8 


164.2 


182.8 


155.0 


166.6 


185.8 


152.4 


170.8 


181.7 


152.0 


173.4 


184.4 


151.8 


174.6 


176. 4r 


152. 2r 


178.2 


173. 8r 


1 54 . 6 r 


176. 8r 


173.5 


158.7 


181.0 



electric power, 
gas & water utilities 



1969 



1970 



168.1 

167.2 

167.8 

167.5 

164.4 

166.1 

166.5 

169.9 

172.2 

172.5 

175.1 

171.5 

172.4 

170.5 

171.2 

170.0 

171.0 

169.1 r 

169. 3r 

171.5 



167.7 

168.8 

169.9 

169. 

166. 

166. 

167. 

169. 

170. 

169. 

171. 

168.1 

170.0 

167.5 

167.4 

165.4 

166.5 

163.1 r 

163.3 r 

165.4 



186.6 
186.6 
188.0 
192.3 
191.7 
194.7 
196.3 
196.1 
197.4 
202.0 
203.9 
203.0 
206.4 
202.7 
205.0 
206.1 
205.9 
208.4 
211.4 
211.3 



February, 1971 



SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 3 



EMPLOYMENT, SELECTED INDUSTRIES (More detail in Section 4, Table 12) 

THE INDUSTRIAL COMPOSITE INDEX DECLINED BY 0.3 PER CENT IN NOVEMBER. SERVICES ROSE BY 0.7 PER CENT; OTHER 
COMPONENTS DECLINED SLIGHTLY OR REMAINED CONSTANT. 



Rotio Scale 




MANUFACTURING NON-DURABLES 



MANUFACTURING DURABLES 




lll llllll l l l ll l H III IM lll l ll llllll ll ll ll l l l lllllll lll l 



min i m 



J 1965 D 1966 D 1967 D 1968 D 1969 D 



120 
I 10 

100 

^60 

150 

- 140 
130 
120 

^60 

I 50 

40 

- 130 

- 120 
I 10 
100 



iiil 



LilLii 



CONSTRUCTION 





90 

'l60 

150 
140 



^100 
130 



Ill 



1970 



J 1965 D 1966 D 1967 D 



1968 



1969 



D ,970 ° 



90 



80 







manu 


facturing (1961 


■100) 






(1961-100) 




























composite 


total 


non-durables 


durables 


trade 


services 


transportation 1 


construction 


mining 


M.C.D. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


1969 J 


126.3 


125.1 


115.4 


136.6 


135.0 


173.0 


111.3 


117.7 


101.4 


A 


126.6 


124.3 


115.7 


134.7 


136.6 


174.0 


112.3 


120.0 


100.1 


S 


126.8 


124.1 


115.9 


134.4 


138.2 


174.4 


111.8 


120.2 


101.5 





127.5 


125.1 


116.3 


136.1 


138.9 


177.0 


111.6 


120.7 


101.8 


N 


128.5 


125.9 


115.7 


138.5 


139.1 


177.0 


112.2 


121.3 


112.7 


D 


128.7 


126.1 


116.4 


138.0 


138.4 


176.3 


112.2 


122.8 


114.0 


1970 J 


128.6 


125.0 


116.3 


136.3 


140.6 


177.9 


113.5 


117.3 


113.3 


F 


128.7 


125.0 


115.8 


136.6 


141.5 


177.9 


113.4 


118.8 


114.7 


M 


128.6 


124.7 


115.5 


136.0 


141.0 


178.6 


112.8 


116.9 


114.2 


A 


128.0 


124.1 


115.4 


134.8 


139.7 


178.9 


112.1 


113.7 


116.6 


M 


126.7 


122.4 


114.7 


132.4 


139.7 


177.8 


111.7 


110.9 


116.0 


J 


126.4 


123.1 


114.9 


133.0 


138.9 


176.8 


110.8 


111.6 


115.6 


J 


125.9 


122.0 


113.2 


132.2 


138.6 


175.9 


111.2 


110.1 


116.6 


A 


126.4 


122.8 


113.7 


133.9 


137.7 


177.4 


111.8 


112.1 


116.9 


s 


126.1 


120.9 


114.0 


129.5 


139.1 


178.6 


112.7 


114.0 


117.0 





126. 5r 


121. Or 


114. 7r 


129.0, 


139.5r 


179. 6r 


113. 7r 


115.1 r 


1 16.2 r 


N 


126.1 


120.2 


114.2 


127.5 


138.6 


180.9 


113.4 


114.5 


116.2 



'Includes communication and other utilities such as storage, electric power, gas and water utilities. 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 4 



10 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



February, 1971 



INCOME. EARNINGS AND HOURS (More detail in Section 4. Tables 2, 18 and 19) 

IN NOVEMBER, WAGES AND SALARIES IN MANUFACTURING REMAINED AT THE OCTOBER LEVEL OF 994 MILLION DOLLARS. 
AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS INCREASED 1.0 PER CENT WHILE AVERAGE WEEKLY HOURS DECREASED 0.3 PER CENT. 



Arithmetic Scale 



SCALE FOR WAGES AND SALARIES 
IN MFG THREE TIMES AS LARGE 
AS FOR TOTAL LABOUR INCOME 



LABOUR INCOME 




1968 



1969 



1970 



1965 



1966 



1967 



1968 



1969 



1970 



total 
labour income 



wages 
and salaries in 
manufacturing 



million dollars 



average hourly earnings in manufacturing 



durables 



dollars 



non -durables 



average weekly hours in manufacturing' 



durables 



non-durables 



M.C.D. 



1969 



1970 



3,626 


941 


2.80 


3.00 




2.58 


40.1 


40.7 


39.5 


3,698 


940 


2.81 


3.01 




2.60 


39.9 


40.6 


39.4 


3,667 


949 


2.83 


3.04 




2.62 


40.1 


40.8 


39.4 


3,677 


952 


2.84 


3.06 




2.64 


39.9 


40.3 


39.5 


3,738 


965 


2.88 


3.09 




2.65 


39.9 


40.3 


39.5 


3,785 


982 


2.90 


3.10 




2.68 


39.1 


39.3 


39.0 


3,834 


981 


2.92 


3.15 




2.68 


40.0 


40.5 


39.4 


3,858 


983 


2.93 


3.16 




2.69 


40.0 


40.4 


39.6 


3,862 


982 


2.94 


3.18 




2.71 


39.5 


40.0 


39.1 


3,872 


983 


2.97 


3.20 




2.72 


39.6 


39.9 


39.1 


3,854 


983 


2.98 


3.24 




2.73 


39.9 


40.2 


3°. 6 


3,899 


1,000 


3.02 


3.27 




2.76 


39.9 


40.4 


39.5 


3,917 


992 


3.03 


3.27 




2.77 


39.5 


39.9 


39.0 


3,936 


1,002 


3.05 


3.31 




2.79 


39.8 


40.3 


39.2 


3,965r 


991 


3.03 


3.27 




2.81 


39.5 


39.9 


39.0 


3,997 P 


994 P 


3.06 


3.31 




2.84 


39.6 


40.1 


39.2 


4,013 t 


994 t 


3.09 


3.33 




2.88 


39.5 


39.7 


39.1 


paid in regular and overtime periods 


and hours ol 


paid absence 


in the 


pay periods reported. 




t " Advance estimates 





February, 1971 



11 

SELECTED ECONOMIC INDtCATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 5 



RETAIL TRADE, NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES (More detail in Section 6, Table 16 and Section 10, Table 1) 

IN NOVEMBER, TOTAL RETAIL TRADE DECLINED BY 0.6 PER CENT FROM THE OCTOBER FIGURE. 

SALES OF CANADIAN AND U.S. MANUFACTURED PASSENGER CARS FELL 16.6 PER CENT IN DECEMBER; TOTAL COMMERCIAL 
SALES DROPPED 21. 5 PER CENT. 




retail trade (million dollars) 



total, ex motor 
vehicle dealers 



motor vehicle 
dealers 



department 
stores' 



new motor vehicle sales (units) 



passenger 



Canadian and U.S. overseas 

manufactured manufactured 



total 

commercial 



M.C.D. 



1969 



1970 






( 


revised 




) 










2,278 


1,886 


393 


228 


69,480 


46,778 


10,370 


12,332 


2,293 


1,866 


427 


219 


92,005 


66,094 


11,119 


14,792 


2,316 


1,910 


406 


233 


78,069 


54,788 


10,883 


12,398 


2,309 


1,910 


399 


227 


79,158 


54,124 


11,549 


13,485 


2,330 


1,964 


367 


237 


66, 072 


44,059 


10,760 


11,253 


2,328 


1,964 


364 


226 


61,928 


39,746 


11,536 


10,646 


2,290 


1,942 


348 


224 


61,434 


39,281 


11,099 


11,054 


2,284 


1,928 


356 


220 


63,327 


41,075 


11,081 


11,171 


2,312 


1,942 


371 


236 


65,220 


42,392 


11,682 


11,146 


2,307 


1,943 


364 


236 


65,390 


42,964 


11,651 


10,775 


2,298 


1,935 


363 


235 


67,990 


44,739 


11,664 


11,587 


2,351 


1,979 


372 


230 


68, 956 


44,828 


12,186 


1 1 , 942 


2,304 


1,945 


358 


232 


63, 866 


40,891 


12,020 


10,955 


2,344 


1,979 


365 


240 


67,791 


43,988 


10,562 


13,241 


2,327 


1,969 


358 


242 


76,748 


50,732 


13,361 


12,655 


2,312 


1,994 


319 


240 


59,114 


35,427 


13,205 


10,482 










51,294 


29,554 


13,507 


8,233 



'Department store sales for 1968 and subsequent years are not comparable with data of previous years due to definitional changes. 
See note to users re: section 10, table 1, 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 6 



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February, 1971 



CONSTRUCTION (More detail in Section 8, Tables 1, 6 and 7) 

THE VALUE OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PERMITS DECLINED BY 2.6 PER CENT IN NOVEMBER; THE VALUE OF NON-RESIDENTIAL 
BUILDING PERMITS INCREASED BY 1.7 PER CENT. 

IN DECEMBER, NEW DWELLING STARTS DECREASED BY 5.9 PER CENT AND COMPLETIONS DECREASED BY 8.4 PER CENT. 




value of building permits 



new dwelling construction, centres 10,000 and over 



total 


non-residential 


residential 


starts, total 


completions, total 


under construction 
















million dollars 




thousand units 


at annual rates 


end of month 


4 


6 


4 








388.0 


185.8 


202.0 


164.3 


163.6 


119.7 


380.8 


164.4 


216.4 


161.2 


180.8 


116.1 


487.4 


279.8 


207.6 


153.8 


169.6 


115.1 


381.7 


184.0 


197.8 


172.5 


137.3 


117.4 


410.8 


227.7 


183.1 


148.1 


176.8 


115.8 


357.8 


172.2 


185.6 


158.2 


157.0 


114.4 


390.7 


211.1 


179.6 


136.6 


157.9 


110.6 


450.2 


267.9 


182.3 


141.4 


159.5 


110.3 


369.8 


200.9 


168.9 


125.0 


155.5 


108.9 


434.7 


264.7 


170.0 


123.6 


147.9 


108.6 


321.8 


167.5 


154.3 


134.6 


126.0 


109.9 


326.9 


169.7 


157.2 


131.1 


158.3 


110.2 


368.7 


205.9 


162.8 


87.5 


121.1 


102.4 


376.7 


214.6 


162.2 


99.0 


111.9 


98.1 


320.7 


178.4 


142.3 


141.5 


127.9 


99.1 


369.3 


164.7 


204.6 


145.3 


178.3 


96.0 


480.5 


231.5 


249.0 


156.0 


155.5 


97.0 


469.1 r 


210. 5r 


258. 6r 


226.2 


121.5 


107.4 


465.9 


214.0 


251.9 


218.3 


137.3 


113.0 








2 05.6 


125.7 


120.3 



1970 



M. CD. 

1969 M 
J 

J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 
J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 



February, 1971 



13 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 7 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS (More detail in Section 11, Tables 1 and 2) 

IN DECEMBER, TOTAL EXPORTS DECLINED BY 11. 3 PER CENT; EXPORTS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM WERE 26.0 PER CENT 
LOWER THAN IN NOVEMBER. 

TOTAL IMPORTS DECLINED BY 10. 3 PER CENT; IMPORTS FROM THE UNITED STATES AND UNITED KINGDOM SHOWED DECREASES 
OF 9.8 PER CENT AND 19.5 PER CENT RESPECTIVELY. 



MILLION DOLLARS 



nthmetic Scale 




MILLION DOLLARS 



1m 
j 



mil 



1965 



D D D D D D 

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 



150 I— 
\±T ^111 



iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiii mil 



Ujft 



100 



J D D D D D 

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 I 



970 



exports including re-exports (million dollars) 



imports 1 (million dollars) 







United 


United 


all other 




United 


United 


all other 




all countries 


States 


Kingdom 


countries 


all countries 


States 


Kingdom 


countries 


M.C.D. 


3 


3 


9 


5 


3 


3 


5 


3 


1969 A 


1,156.1 


811.2 


96.8 


248.1 


1,156.1 


832.2 


67.4 


256.5 


S 


1,293.8 


965.3 


84.1 


244.4 


1,218.6 


876.1 


71.6 


270.9 


O 


1,284.4 


984.6 


73.5 


226.3 


1,205.7 


892.7 


61.8 


251.2 


N 


1,287.2 


954.1 


83.1 


250.0 


1,221.5 


894.5 


61.7 


265.3 


D 


1,310.5 


878.0 


101.6 


330.9 


1,214.7 


878.9 


57.0 


278.8 


1970 J 


1,447.3 


940.1 


110.9 


396.2 


1,117.4 


766.6 


61.4 


289.9 


F 


1,402.1 


928.5 


105.8 


367.8 


1,231.1 


911.8 


62.8 


256.5 


M 


1,410.1 


919.7 


151.0 


339.4 


1,243.2 


901.1 


61.4 


280.7 


A 


1,439.0 


906.7 


118.9 


413.4 


1,196.3 


861.5 


60.2 


274.6 


M 


1,434.1 


968.9 


144.7 


320.5 


1,214.2 


864.9 


60.1 


289.2 


J 


1,391.7 


937.0 


126.2 


328.5 


1,182.6 


849.6 


61.5 


271.5 


J 


1,422.8 


887.6 


135.2 


399.9 


1,187.5 


848.7 


68.6 


270.2 


A 


1,321.1 


821.4 


118.0 


381.7 


1,162.2 


832.1 


50.8 


279.3 


S 


1,405.5 


964.8 


114.0 


326.7 


1,189.7 


857.4 


70.4 


261.9 


O 


1,416.2 


908.3 


116.3 


391.6 


1,066.2 


738.9 


65.2 


262.1 


N 


1,479.2, 


902. 8 r 


149. 9r 


426. 5 t 


1,132.2 


774. 9r 


64. Or 


293. 3r 


Dp 


1,312.0 


874.7 


110.9 


326.4 


1,015.4 


699.1 


51.5 


264.8 



'The effect of the delay in the receipt of customs import documents has been adjusted for the period April 1966- July 1967 for total imports, total trade with 
the United States, the United Kingdom and Other Countries. 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 8 



14 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



February, 1971 



SELECTED MONTHLY SERIES (More detail in Sections 6; 10; 12; 13; respective Tables 1; 6; 1; 4 & 1 1. ) 

IN NOVEMBER, MANUFACTURING INVENTORIES AND SHIPMENTS INCREASED WHILE ORDERS DECLINED. 

RAIL REVENUE FREIGHT LOADED DECLINED BY 6.2 PER CENT. 

CHEQUES CASHED DECREASED BY 1.9 PER CENT. 

CONSUMER CREDIT OUTSTANDING SHOWED AN INCREASE OF 1. 1 PER CENT. 



Arithmetic Scale 



BILLION DOLLARS 
8.0 



Arithmetic Scale 

RAIL REVENUE FREIGHT LOADED 



MILLION TONS 

— 20.0 




manufacturing, all industries 













cneques 


consumer crean 




owned 






unfilled 


rail revenue 


cashed in 51 


outstanding 1 


commercial 


inventories 


shipments 


new orders 


orders 


freight loaded 


clearing centres 


(end of month) 


failures 




million dollars 






thousand tons 


million 


dollars 


number 


1 


2 


3 


1 


4 


4 


1 


6 


7,527 


3,834 


3,840 


4,207 


13,758 


61,730 


8,419 


241 


7,589 


3,771 


3,880 


4,317 


14,633 


62 , 347 


8,518 


248 


7,650 


3,787 


3,761 


4,291 


15,052 


62,232 


8,589 


246 


7,711 


3,787 


3,859 


4,362 


16,550 


64,071 


8,636 


250 


7,768 


3,738 


3,840 


4,464 


17,196 


63,530 


8,726 


259 


7,836 


3,777 


3,804 


4,492 


17,740 


59,916 


8,653 


269 


7,929 


3,867 


3,810 


4,435 


17,114 


63,841 


8,674 


275 


7,892 


3,734 


3,682 


4,383 


17,199 


64,486 


8,676 


247 


7,898 


3,813 


3,795 


4,365 


17,344 


67,930 


8,719 


295 


7,906 


3,809 


3,771 


4,327 


17,179 


64,624 


8,734 


244 


7,909 


3,840 


3,852 


4,339 


16,193 


66,201 


8,728 


299 


7, 946 


3,767 


3,804 


4,377 


17,172 


71,956 


8,855 


311 


7,966 


3,855 


3,883 


4,405 


17,247 


71,104 


8,879 


237 


7,951 


3,784 


3,754 


4,375 


17,778 


72,600 


8,934 


271 


7, 914 r 


3,719 


3,697, 


4,352, 


18,197 


71,639 


8,988 


293 r 


7,931 


3,748 


3,689 


4,294 


17,062 


70,255 


9,087 


277 



M.C.D. 



1969 



1970 



'Total of all series available monthly as in column 10, Section 10, Table 6. 
with January 1970. 



See footnote 7 to this table for explanation of discontinuity commencing 



February, 1971 



15 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 9 



I 






INCOME & EXPENDITURE ACCOUNTS. BALANCE OF INTERNATIONAL PAYMENTS (More detail in Section 3, Tables 1.2 and 4. 1) 

THE GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT INCREASED BY 1.3 PER CENT IN THE THIRD QUARTER. 

THE CURRENT ACCOUNT SURPLUS FELL ALMOST 50 PER CENT TO 167 MILLION DOLLARS AS THE DEFICIT ON NON- 
MERCHANDISE TRANSACTIONS INCREASED SHARPLY TO A RECORD 482 MILLION DOLLARS. 





BILLION DOLLARS 

Arithmetic Scale i 92 


i 

MILLION DOLLARS 

— Arithmetic Scale — H4.600 




— 






88 


— 




4,400 
4,200 




— 






84 


— 




4,000 




- 


GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT S 




80 


— 




3,800 












76 


— 






3,600 












— 72 

— 68 

4- 


— 


IMPORTS / 






3,400 
3,200 
3,000 








GROSS 
PRODUCT 


NATIONAL 
NON-FAR 


M S^ 




84 
80 
76 


— 










-^ 2,800 

^?4,400 

J S. — 4,200 


_ 


p" 










— 


72 ^S 












4,000 
3,800 














— 


68 






EXPORTS y 






3,600 
















64 














3,400 
















60 














3,200 














— 


56 














3,000 
2,800 






PER 
CONS 


SONAL EX 
JMER GOO 


PENDITUR 
3S AND SE 


E ON 
RVICES 


— ■"■" — 


52 
48 












^2,600 
^Tl,800 














MILLION DC 


44 

40 * 

36 
LLARS 


p - 




NON-MERCHANDISE 
PAYMENTS 




^^y — i,6oo 

— 1,400 

— 1,200 
^J,000 


A 


?■ 


C 


ORPORATK 
(Before 


)N PROFIT 
Taxes) 


S 


- 


9,000 
8,600 
8,200 
7,800 
7,400 
7,000 
6,600 
6,200 


?■ 




NON-MER 
RECE 

CURRENT 
BAL 


:handise 

IPTS 

ACCOUNT 

1NCE 






1,400 
1,200 
1,000 

800 

600 

400 

200 

+ 


200 

400 














— 


*\ 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


5,800 


"I 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 1 r 


600 
800 




1965 


1966 1967 1968 1969 


1970 


1965 


1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 













corporation 




balance o 


■ international payments 








gross 




















product ot 


market prices 3 


expenditure 


profits before 


merchandise 4 


non-merchandise 


current 










on goods and 


taxes 2 - 3 










account 




















total 


non-farm 1 


services 3 


(annual rates) 


exports' 


imports 4 


receipts 


payments 


balance 




million dollars at annua 


rates 






million dollars at 


quarterly rates 






1968 


2 


70,268 


69,012 


41,596 


7,316 


3,348 


2,912 


910 


1,257 


89 




3 


72,176 


70,660 


42,812 


7,568 


3,389 


3,008 


945 


1,306 


20 




4 


74,288 


72,712 


43,928 


7,924 


3,560 


3,277 


923 


1,317 


-111 


1969 


1 


76,488 


74,948 


45,256 


8,160 


3,718 


3,483 


970 


1,370 


-165 




2 


77,480 


75,928 


46, 032 


8,084 


3,614 


3,422 


1,011 


1,422 


-219 




3 


79,292 


77,328 


46,648 


7,576 


3,637 


3,468 


998 


1,446 


-279 




4 


80,888 


79,164 


48,188 


7,588 


3,905 


3,614 


1,069 


1,488 


-128 


1970 


1 


82,680 


81,284 


48,124 


7,832 


4,263 


3,558 


1,142 


1,583 


264 




2 


83,076 


81,628 


48,624 


7,452 


4,266 


3,572 


1,136 


1,521 


309 




3 


84,120 


82,844 


49,408 


7,536 


4,158 


3,509 


1,165 


1,647 


167 



Gross National Product at market prices excluding accrued net income of farm operators from farm production. 2 Before dividends paid to non-residents. 

3 Revised data arising from the historical revision of the National Income and Expenditure Accounts. 4 Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation and timing 

adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments. 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 10 



16 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 



February, 1971 



REAL DOMESTIC PRODUCT, (More details in Section 3, Table 2.1) 

THE INDEX OF REAL DOMESTIC PRODUCT ADVANCED BY 0.9 PER CENT IN NOVEMBER, WITH CONSIDERABLE STRENGTH IN 
ALMOST ALL OF THE COMPONENTS. MANUFACTURING, CONSTRUCTION, MINING, AND TRADE RECORDED SIGNIFICANT INCREASES. 



— Ra t io Scale 



REAL DOMESTIC 
PRODUCT 




1965 



1966 



1967 



1968 



1969 



1970 



1965 



1966 



1967 1968 



1969 



1970 



real domestic product, by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 "100) 



real 
domestic 
product 



goods 
producing 
industries 



agriculture 



index of 
industrial 
production* construction 



service transportation, 
producing storage, 

industries communication 



trade 



community, 
finance, business 

insurance and personal public 

and service administration 

real estate industries and defence 



1969 J 


151.2 


159.8 


131.2 


167.5 


149.9 


144.5 


150.7 


146.7 


137.0 


156.9 


122.3 


A 


151.6 


159.8 


139.5 


164.4 


158.4 


145.3 


152.9 


147.1 


137.4 


157.7 


122.4 


S 


153.2 


161.6 


148.8 


166.1 


154.9 


146.6 


156.4 


148.6 


137.9 


158.6 


122.6 


O 


153.6 


161.6 


147.2 


166.5 


152.1 


147.3 


158.7 


147.6 


138.6 


160.2 


122.8 


N 


155.4 


165.1 


153.9 


169.9 


154.7 


147.9 


159.1 


147.2 


139.9 


161.5 


122.7 


D 


155.9 


164.9 


139.0 


172.2 


150.7 


148.9 


163.2 


146.9 


140.2 


162.6 


122.8 


1970 J 


156.2 


163.7 


127.2 


172.5 


148.4 


150.4 


166.5 


148.2 


140.9 


163.4 


124.7 


F 


156.9 


165.6 


129.1 


175.1 


148.0 


150.0 


165.8 


145. 1 


141.9 


164.4 


124.7 


M 


155.5 


163.0 


136.6 


171.5 


143.0 


149.7 


163.4 


144.1 


141.9 


165.4 


125.4 


A 


156.6 


163.7 


133.2 


172.4 


145.4 


151.1 


164.2 


147.5 


142.2 


166.4 


126.5 


M 


156.2 


161.7 


145.1 


170.5 


137.1 


151.8 


163.6 


149.7 


143.2 


167.0 


126.5 


J 


155.2 


160.4 


136.3 


171.2 


133.4 


151.0 


163.8 


145.7 


143.5 


166.5 


127.5 


J 


155.6 


159.2 


123.6 


170.0 


136.0 


152.8 


165.2 


152.0 


143.8 


166.9 


127.4 


A 


157.9 


161.9 


132.7 


171.0 


143.3 


154.8 


165.6 


159.0 


143.9 


167.9 


127.6 


S 


157. 9r 


161. 8r 


141.1 


169. 1 r 


146. 8r 


154. 9r 


169. 6, 


1 54 . 2 r 


144. 3r 


168. 8, 


128.5 


O 


158.8r 


1 64 . 7 r 


155. Or 


169. 3, 


154.4 r 


154. 2 r 


167. 2r 


151. Or 


144.4 r 


170. 7 , 


128. 5r 


N 


160.2 


167.0 


152.8 


171.5 


160.1 


154.8 


166.4 


152.3 


145.3 


171.2 


129.9 



February, 1971 



17 
SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS-NOT ADJUSTED FOR SEASONALITY 



SECTION 1 
TABLE 11 



PRICES (More detail in Section 5; 13; respective Tables 2, 3 & 4; 9. ) ' 

THE INDEX OF THIRTY INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS DECLINED BY 0.8 PER CENT IN DECEMBER. 
THE GENERAL WHOLESALE INDEX SHOWED AN INCREASE OF 0. 1 PER CENT. 

THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX DECLINED 0.4 PER CENT FOR THE FIRST NOVEMBER-DECEMBER DECLINE IN OVER A DECADE. 
THE FOOD INDEX DECLINED (FOR THE FOURTH MONTH) TO 125. 6, ITS LOWEST LEVEL SINCE MAY OF 1969. 





1935-39 
Ratio Scale 


= 100 
320 




_ Ratic 


o , 1961 
Scale | 


= 100 
150 




— — 


310 












— — 


300 









1 40 




_ GENERAL WHOLESALE PRICES 


290 












^^^^ 






280 
270 




- 


CONSUMER PRICES 
(ALL ITEMS INCLUDED) 




130 




— ^f<~^^ ™ ' 










260 




_ 








1 20 




~~^~ ~ 












250 


















— 












240 


















■^ 










^ 




— ^ 












1 10 




— 












300 




















— 












290 




















— 


THIRTY 1 




280 




— 












100 




— 












270 


^_ 










— 140 




~ZZ ^**~*^ 












260 




















— 












250 

















130 




— 












240 








FOOD 








*L 












1968 


230 

= 100 




- 












120 




— 












1 10 
























EXPORT PRICES 










~^/^^^ 










— 1 10 
















100 


4. 


7 












140 
130 




— 













90 






































NON-C 
























— 












120 




— 










A 


80 




— 












1 10 
















1 10 
























IMPORT PRICES 






















100 


















-Y 










<jr 










^— 




1 00 
















120 
















90 

















1 10 
























DURABLE 








1956=100 










A 


7 










— 


250 
240 
















100 


















— 


230 






























- 


220 


^ 


7" 










— 90 

4- 














v\ — 


210 
















150 




_ INDUSTRIAL COMMON STOCKS J 






200 




































— 












140 














1 — 


190 






























1 - 


180 








SERVICES 






130 














^ - 


170 
















120 














— 


160 
















1 10 














— 


150 




















minimi 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


140 




lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


lllllllllll 


100 




J 1965 D 1966 D 1967 D 1968 ° 1969 D 1970 D 




J 1965 D 


1966 D 1967 D 1968 D 1969 D 1970 C 





general 


thirty 






industrial 














wholesale 
index 


industrial 




import prices 


common 
stocks 




consumer 


price index (196 


-100) 














non-durables 




























(1935-39-100) 


(1968 


■100) 


(1956-100) 


total 


food 


ex food 


durables 


services 


1969 J 


284.7 


271.1 


101.7 


103.0 


204.4 


125.9 


127.8 


120.8 


105.0 


133.0 


J 


282.7 


269.0 


101.8 


103.3 


194.8 


126.4 


128.8 


120.8 


104.8 


133.4 


A 


282.8 


269.2 


102.1 


103.6 


194.1 


126.9 


130.6 


121.0 


104.5 


133.6 


S 


283.4 


270.4 


101.9 


103.7 


201.0 


126.6 


128.5 


121.3 


104.5 


134.1 





283.4 


266.6 


103.2 


103.5 


201.0 


126.8 


127.8 


121.6 


104.6 


134.5 


N 


283.0 


267.8 


103.7 


104.1 


209.1 


127.4 


128.8 


121.7 


106.2 


134.5 


D 


286.2 


269.6 


104.3 


105.2 


208.4 


127.9 


129.8 


122.0 


106.3 


135.0 


1970 J 


287.8 


272.3 


104.7 


104.6 


210.8 


128.2 


130.1 


121.7 


106.1 


135.5 


F 


289.1 


272.3 


105.7 


104.7 


207.2 


128.7 


131.3 


121.9 


106.1 


136.4 


M 


289.5 


273.7 


106.0 


106.1 


211.4 


128.9 


130.5 


122.5 


106.0 


137.1 


A 


289.5 


274.4 


106.4 


105.6 


205.6 


129.7 


131.5 


123.0 


106.2 


137.8 


M 


288.6 


273.7 


106.5 


106.4 


177.8 


129.6 


130.3 


123.2 


106.4 


138.5 


J 


287.0 


271.5 


106.0 


104.7 


171.7 


129.9 


130.9 


123.4 


106.3 


138.9 


J 


286.2 


270.3 


105.5 


104.3 


170.5 


130.5 


131.6 


123.8 


106.2 


139.2 


A 


283.9 


268.5 


104.9 


103.5 




130.5 


131.9 


123.6 


106.1 


139.5 


S 


284.5 


269.2 


104.0 


102.8 




130.2 


130.0 


123.9 


105.9 


139.7 





284.5 


267.4 


104.6r 


102.5 




130.3 


128.5 


124.4 


106.0 


140.2 


N 


283.8 


266.4 


104.4 


102.6 




130.3 


127.5 


124.6 


106.7 


140.4 


D 


284.1 


264.2 








129.8 


125.6 


124.3 


106.7 


140.7 



'Section 11, Tables 3 & 4 contain data on the new reference base 1968-100. Revisions have been carried back to January 1967. 



SECTION 2 
TABLES 1 -4 



18 



February, 1971 



Table 1: population, by province (thousands) 



years and 




























months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W. T. 


1968 June 


20. 744 


507 


110 


760 


624 


5.927 


7,306 


971 


960 


1.526 


2.007 


15 


31 


1969 June 


21,061 


514 


110 


763 


625 


5,984 


7,452 


979 


959 


1,561 


2,067 


15 


32 


1969 Jan. 


20. 940 


512 


no 


763 


626 


5,962 


7,392 


976 


961 


1,547 


2,045 


15 


31 


Apr. 


21.007 


513 


no 


764 


626 


5,976 


7.425 


977 


961 


1.553 


2.056 


15 


31 


June 


21,061 


514 


110 


763 


625 


5,984 


7,452 


979 


959 


1,561 


2,067 


15 


32 


July 


21,089 


514 


no 


764 


626 


5,986 


7,467 


980 


959 


1,563 


2,072 


16 


32 


Oct. 


21, 180 


515 


no 


764 


626 


6,002 


7,518 


979 


956 


1,573 


2,089 


16 


32 


1970 Jan. 


21,260 


516 


no 


765 


623 


6,004 


7,567 


978 


948 


1,584 


2,116 


16 


33 


Apr. 


21,324 


517 


109 


765 


623 


6,005 


7,611 


981 


943 


1,593 


2,128 


16 


33 


June 


21,377 


518 


no 


766 


624 


6,013 


7,637 


981 


942 


1,600 


2,137 


16 


33 


July 


21,406 


519 


no 


767 


625 


6,016 


7,652 


981 


940 


1,604 


2,142 


16 


34 


Oct. 


21,489 


520 


no 


767 


624 


6,023 


7,707 


979 


933 


1,614 


2,161 


17 


34 



Source: Estimated population of Canada, by province (91*201), D.B.S. 

Table 2: immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence (number) 



quarterly 




United 


























averages 




Kingdom 






Nether- 








Other 




Austra- 


United 


West 




or quarters 


total 


and Ireland 


France 


Germany 


lands 


Greece 


Italy 


Portugal 


Europe 


Asia 


lasia 


States 


Indies 


all other 


1968 


45, 994 


9,858 


2,046 


2,242 


816 


1,935 


4,944 


1,934 


6,303 


5,519 


1,204 


5,106 


1,906 


2,181 


1969 


40, 383 


8,303 


1,387 


1,470 


624 


1,734 


2,596 


1,796 


4,085 


5,927 


1,104 


5,696 


3,273 


2,389 


1969 2 


40, 333 


8,523 


1,382 


1,728 


853 


1,539 


3,051 


1,799 


3,822 


5,901 


1,099 


4,674 


3,443 


2,519 


3 


48,571 


11,393 


1,748 


1,682 


765 


1,832 


2,672 


1,680 


4,045 


7,655 


1,492 


6,871 


3,938 


2,798 


4 


41,839 


8,095 


1,311 


1,315 


398 


2,109 


2,271 


2,338 


4,649 


5,636 


949 


7,319 


3,038 


2,411 


1970 1 


30, 783 


5,733 


1,006 


883 


388 


1,399 


2,074 


1,825 


3,463 


4,023 


866 


4,523 


2,490 


2,110 


2 


40, 052 


8,121 


1,169 


1,319 


721 


1,684 


2,455 


2,354 


4,331 


5,644 


1,302 


5,218 


3,269 


2,465 


3 


42.488 


7,916 


1,343 


1,242 


513 


1,790 


2,163 


1,687 


3,670 


6,503 


1,387 


7,389 


4,020 


2,865 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 



Table 3: immigration to Canada, by province of (intended) destination 



quarterly 


























averaqes or 
























Yukon, 


quarters 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


N.W. T. 


1968 


45. 994 


252 


44 


489 


256 


8,870 


24,039 


2,181 


889 


3,301 


5,624 


49 


1969 


40, 383 


208 


46 


542 


310 


7,058 


21,647 


1,595 


623 


2,818 


5,488 


48 


1969 2 


40, 333 


150 


39 


510 


281 


7,400 


22,018 


1,410 


503 


2,619 


5,355 


48 


3 


48.571 


295 


72 


705 


404 


8,320 


25,318 


2,045 


884 


3,518 


6,953 


57 


4 


41,839 


203 


43 


601 


319 


6,707 


23, 075 


1,575 


604 


3,021 


5,623 


68 


1970 1 


30, 783 


no 


20 


371 


180 


5,169 


17,137 


1,104 


334 


2,189 


4,112 


57 


2 


40, 052 


113 


40 


465 


199 


6,168 


22,235 


1,596 


451 


2,710 


6,030 


45 


3 


42,488 


225 


81 


641 


415 


6,611 


22,717 


1,722 


570 


2,987 


6,456 


63 



Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 



Table 4: immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational group' (number) 



destined to the labour force 



not destined to the labour force 



quarterly 
averages total 
or quarters immi- mana- 

gration gerial 



profes- commer- transport mining students 
sional cial service and and (18 years) 
and and fi- and communi- agricul- quarry- manufac- sub- and sub- 
technical clerical nancial recreation cation ture ing J turing 3 labourers total 4 wives children over) s total* 



1968 




45, 994 


596 


7,312 


3,163 


799 


2,309 


314 


791 


152 


7,732 


1969 




40, 383 


642 


6,721 


3,056 


822 


2,265 


233 


571 


130 


5,861 


1969 


2 


40,333 


623 


5,825 


3,250 


886 


2,440 


234 


749 


115 


6,442 




3 


48,571 


742 


9,396 


3,521 


898 


2,323 


259 


583 


163 


6,351 




4 


41,839 


703 


6,430 


3,131 


860 


2,379 


228 


451 


131 


5,838 


1970 


1 


30, 783 


604 


4,641 


2,399 


677 


1,875 


177 


380 


105 


4,912 




2 


40,052 


789 


5,346 


3,404 


824 


2,189 


255 


681 


104 


6,766 




3 


42,488 


883 


7,279 


3,412 


818 


1,983 


194 


589 


98 


5,760 



670 23,862 8,023 11,231 
504 21,087 6,847 9,688 



629 
876 



22,132 
19,296 



461 21,187 6,852 9,391 806 19,146 

535 25,173 8,012 12,141 1,250 23,398 

513 21,225 7,378 10,319 815 20,614 

365 16,607 5,262 6,784 771 14,176 

444 21,310 6,860 9,175 786 18,742 

426 22,105 7,248 10,205 1,054 20,383 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary 
evidence provided by the immigrants. The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1961 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual, Census 
of Canada, 1961, Catalogue Number 12-506. includes logging, fishing, trapping and hunting. 'Includes mechanical and construction. 'Includes a small number in 
non-specified occupations. 'Does not include students entering Canada on students' visas. 'Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, fiances or fiancees 
and other unspecified persons not intending to enter the labour force. Source: Quarterly Bulletin, Department of Manpower and Immigration. 



February, 1971 



19 



SECTION 2 
TABLES 5-7 



Table 5: births, ' by province (number) 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Nfld. 



P.E.I. 



N.S. 



N.B. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Man. 



Sask. 



Alto. 



B.C. 



1968* 


30, 359 


1,068 


175 


1969 


30, 804 


1,083 


167 


1969 S 


31,567 


1,221 


159 





30,301 


1,042 


146 


N 


28, 528 


1,028 


172 


D 


29,490 


1,070 


184 


1970 J 


32,697 


2,167 


148 


F 


26, 53 1 


739 


151 


M 


29,014 


603 


169 


A 


33,560 


1,426 


182 


M 


29. 525 


862 


182 


J 


32, 146 


577 


162 


J 


32, 540 


1,749 


185 


A 


29, 925 


553 


149 


S 


32, 525 


1,061 


169 





32,473 


1,300 


198 


N 


30, 339 


705 


143 


D 


29, 586 


702 


152 



1,148 


967 


8,052 


10,521 


1,452 


1,516 


2,512 


2,808 


1,135 


975 


7,967 


10,866 


1,484 


1,466 


2,571 


2,949 


1,210 


1,049 


8,081 


1 1 , 1 54 


1,419 


1,522 


2,601 


2,998 


1,041 


985 


7,561 


1 1 , 1 62 


1,463 


1,361 


2,445 


2,974 


1,026 


885 


6,990 


10,397 


1,413 


1,312 


2,459 


2,712 


1,103 


979 


6,841 


1 0, 894 


1,468 


1,362 


2,502 


2,936 


1,202 


1,051 


8,085 


11,358 


1,642 


1,319 


2,874 


2,851 


986 


1,014 


6,158 


9,877 


1,394 


1,177 


2,271 


2,764 


1,122 


835 


6,955 


10,893 


1,584 


1,466 


2,374 


3,013 


1,369 


914 


8,235 


12,063 


1,527 


1,452 


3,155 


3,237 


1,203 


1,180 


6,788 


10,750 


1,533 


1,333 


2,623 


3,071 


1,203 


999 


8,854 


1 1 , 1 42 


1,640 


1,521 


2,830 


3,218 


1, 102 


900 


7,442 


12,238 


1,347 


1,416 


3,012 


3,149 


1,272 


957 


7,831 


10,650 


1,518 


1,260 


2,624 


3,111 


1,158 


915 


8,401 


12,101 


1,557 


1,538 


2,433 


3,192 


1,378 


1,038 


8,089 


11,601 


1,640 


1,259 


2,919 


3,051 


1,146 


840 


7,911 


11,166 


1,525 


1,185 


2,523 


3,195 


1,139 


928 


7,404 


11 , 1 06 


1,619 


1,392 


2,306 


2,838 



Table 6: deaths, ' by province (number) 



monthly 
























overages 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alto. 


B.C. 


1968* 


12,766 


260 


82 


551 


409 


3,295 


4,629 


656 


625 


830 


1,402 


1969 


12. 873 


250 


84 


555 


404 


3,342 


4,642 


670 


624 


827 


1,448 


1969 S 


11,768 


237 


77 


525 


388 


3,047 


4,212 


566 


616 


736 


1,338 


O 


12, 938 


255 


90 


556 


400 


3,404 


4,635 


699 


594 


835 


1,439 


N 


12.360 


246 


68 


543 


399 


3,223 


4,507 


662 


561 


804 


1,326 


D 


13.550 


253 


88 


607 


385 


3,571 


5,010 


678 


645 


829 


1,454 


1970 J 


15. 006 


536 


106 


408 


454 


3,711 


5,812 


787 


679 


993 


1,520 


F 


14, 184 


184 


60 


542 


577 


4,071 


5,243 


640 


602 


754 


1,511 


M 


12,634 


180 


75 


518 


399 


3,389 


4,481 


683 


753 


852 


1,304 


A 


12,821 


325 


79 


605 


339 


3,022 


4,830 


657 


565 


909 


1,490 


M 


12, J 18 


212 


81 


509 


435 


3,330 


4,232 


638 


610 


748 


1,323 


J 


72,970 


153 


84 


513 


332 


3,292 


4,795 


685 


692 


915 


1,449 


J 


72, 830 


429 


92 


517 


374 


3,145 


4,841 


596 


598 


859 


1,379 


A 


12, 124 


204 


80 


604 


312 


3,199 


4,479 


623 


613 


760 


1,250 


S 


13,013 


245 


107 


569 


437 


3,368 


4,541 


683 


638 


903 


1,522 





13, 352 


260 


86 


654 


467 


3,786 


4,628 


654 


587 


888 


1,342 


N 


12,320 


155 


54 


538 


392 


3,351 


4,660 


627 


558 


711 


1,274 


D 


12. 960 


180 


102 


531 


364 


3,040 


4,947 


674 


645 


809 


1,668 



Table 7: marriages, by province (number) 



monthly 
























averages 
























or months 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


1968* 


14,314 


354 


62 


524 


449 


3,834 


5,176 


691 


646 


1,137 


1,409 


1969 


75, 782 


356 


72 


547 


475 


3,962 


5,596 


739 


639 


1,237 


1,508 


1969 S 


76,36 7 


365 


74 


590 


493 


4,363 


6,508 


749 


521 


1,129 


1,532 


O 


76,337 


332 


70 


563 


540 


3,522 


6,667 


864 


825 


1,343 


1,570 


N 


72,590 


338 


81 


566 


468 


1,862 


4,997 


694 


642 


1,346 


1,563 


D 


73,408 


364 


65 


407 


379 


3,381 


4,876 


635 


515 


1,142 


1,607 


1970 J 


10.237 


691 


41 


323 


366 


3,358 


2,674 


564 


218 


738 


1,264 


F 


8.710 


240 


30 


288 


251 


2,107 


3,274 


426 


335 


759 


1,000 


M 


8.706 


177 


43 


353 


161 


1,304 


4,053 


385 


365 


754 


1,111 


A 


11,439 


417 


52 


406 


319 


2,244 


4,438 


523 


435 


1, 167 


1,438 


M 


13, 178 


205 


43 


544 


474 


1,626 


5,634 


695 


580 


1,607 


1,770 


J 


77,557 


177 


67 


605 


456 


3,613 


8,123 


858 


756 


1,285 


1,617 


J 


23.277 


639 


150 


939 


885 


5,730 


8,163 


1,116 


1,049 


2,098 


2,508 


A 


22, 866 


253 


120 


996 


577 


7,542 


7,934 


1,013 


986 


1,696 


1,749 


S 


21,905 


491 


146 


764 


758 


5,584 


8,197 


1,118 


712 


1,814 


2,321 


O 


19,327 


556 


80 


640 


592 


5,888 


6,656 


924 


701 


1,341 


1,949 


N 


76,977 


246 


74 


459 


386 


7,256 


4,641 


654 


523 


1,234 


1,498 


D 


73,429 


241 


73 


447 


362 


3,297 


5,133 


630 


520 


986 


1,740 



*Figures show events allocated to actual month or year of occurence. Subsequent data are for month in which registrations are filed, and for these months 
Canada total excludes the Yukon and Northwest Territories. 1 Births and deaths are exclusive of still births. Source: Vital Statistics (84-001), D. B. S. 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.1 and 1.2 



20 
I — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1. 1: national income and gross national product (million dollars) 



February, 1971 

































GNP at 
































market 
































prices 


years 


wages, 










accr'd 


net income 








capital 








excl. 


and 


salaries, 




corpo- 


deduct: 




net income 


of non-farm 




net 




consump. 








accrued 


quarters 


and supple- 




ration 


dividends 


interest 


of farm 


un-incorp. 




national 


indirect 


allow- 








net 




mentary 


military 


profits 


paid 


& misc. 


operators 


business 


inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


residual 


GNP at 


income 




labour 


pay and 


before 


to non- 


investment 


from 


incl. 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


&\ misc. 


error of 


ma 


rket 


of farm 




income 


allowances 


taxes' 


residents 2 


income 3 


farm prod. 4 


rent 5 


odjust. 6 


cost 


subsidies 


vol. adj. 


estimate 


pri 


ces 


operators 


1968 


38,493 


860 


7,442 


-857 


2,580 


1,471 


4,218 


-317 


53, 890 


9,677 


8,411 


-551 


77, 


,427 


69, 956 


1969 


43,203 


898 


7,852 


-837 


3,196 


1,695 


4,410 


-549 


59,868 


1 0, 647 


9,066 


-1 , 044 


78, 


,537 


76,842 



unadjusted for seasonality 



1969 1 
2 
3 
4 

1970 1 
2 



1 0, 088 
10,695 
11,215 
11,205 

11,177 
11,665 
12,038 



214 
224 
222 
238 

229 
220 
222 



1,845 
2,203 
1,801 
2,003 

1,767 
2,030 
1,791 



-195 
-171 
-175 
-296 

-249 
-182 
-191 



805 
741 
796 
854 



-115 

10 

1,713 

87 



1,000 
1,108 
1,124 
1,178 



904 -49 1 , 046 

845 209 1,134 

924 1,075 1,154 



-156 
-156 

- 74 
-163 

-118 

- 48 

7 



13,486 

74, 654 
76, 622 

75, 706 

74, 707 

75, 873 
77,020 



2,568 
2,592 
2,676 
2,811 

2,755 
2,725 
2,825 



2,160 
2,246 
2,300 
2,360 

2,376 
2,520 
2,531 



-437 

-387 

-279 

59 

-500 
-382 
-352 



77,777 17,892 

79,705 19,095 

27,379 19,606 

20,336 20,249 

79,338 19,387 

20,735 20,526 

22,024 20,949 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 


1 


41,672 


840 


8,160 


-860 


3,084 


1,540 


4,292 


-536 


58, 792 


10,456 


8,796 


-956 


76, 488 


74,948 




2 


42,612 


920 


8,084 


-848 


3,136 


1,552 


4,388 


-616 


59, 228 


10,524 


8,872 -1 


, 144 


77, 480 


75,928 




3 


43,724 


884 


7,576 


-796 


3,272 


1,964 


4,480 


-460 


60, 644 


10,692 


9,200 -1 


,244 


79, 292 


77,328 




4 


44,804 


948 


7,588 


-844 


3,292 


1 , 724 


4,480 


-584 


67,408 


10,916 


9,396 


-832 


80, 888 


79,164 


1970 


1 


46,212 


896 


7,832 


-1,080 


3,444 


1,396 


4,492 


-380 


62,8 72 


1 1 , 1 72 


9,724 -1 


,028 


82, 680 


81,284 




2 


46,500 


908 


7,452 


-884 


3,584 


1,448 


4,488 


-188 


63, 308 


1 1 , 088 


9, 924 -1 


,244 


83, 076 


81,628 




3 


47,060 


884 


7,536 


-872 


3,812 


1,276 


4,572 


-140 


64, 728 


11,296 


10,120 -1 


,424 


84, 720 


82,844 



'Excludes profits of government business enterprises, includes the withholding tax applicable to this item. 'Includes profits (net of losses) of government 
business enterprises and other government investment income. 'Includes value of physical change in farm inventories. The seasonally adjusted data includes an 

arbitary smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for with-drowls of grain from farm stocks and the change in other farm-held inventories. Because 
of the arbitary element, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures. includes net income of independent professional practi- 
tioners. 6 See footnote 4, Table 1.2. Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts, Third Quarter 1970 (D. B. S. 13-001). 



Table 1.2: gross national expenditure (million dollars) 



gross fixed capital formation 



value of physical 
change in inventories 

















business 3 




business 
























years 




ment 
















form 


and 


personal 


current 
















and 


quarters 


expend- 
iture on 


expend- 
iture- 










resi- non- machinery 






grain in 
commer- 




consumer 


on goods 






govern- 




dential residential and 


govern- 




cial 




goods and 


and 






ment 




con- construe- equip- 


ment 


non- 


chan- 




services 


services' 


total 


total 2 


total 


struction tion ment total 


total 


farm 4 


nels 5 


1968 


42,360 


12,158 


15, 


809 


2,995 


12,814 


3,254 4,542 5,018 741 


29 


473 


239 


1969 


46,531 


13,774 


17, 


011 


2,993 


14,018 


3,854 4,702 5,462 1,043 


6 


534 


503 



deduct: 

exports imports 
of goods of goods 
and ser- and 
vices services 



residual 
error 

of esti- 
mate 



gross 
national 
expend- 
iture at 

market- 
prices 



1969 



1969 1 
2 
3 



unadjusted for seasonality 



10,710 
11,501 
11,339 
12,981 



1970 1 11,373 

2 12,154 

3 1 1 , 986 



3,371 
3,235 
3,513 
3,655 

3,971 
3,785 
3,941 



3,653 
4,360 
4,577 
4,421 

3,687 
4,066 
4,330 



589 
701 
917 
746 

612 
709 
903 



45,256 
46,032 
46,648 



13,048 16,756 3,004 
13,388 17,032 3,000 
14,256 16,984 2,976 



3,064 
3,659 
3,660 
3,635 

3,075 
3,357 
3,427 



13,752 
14,032 
14,008 



765 

974 

1,062 

1,053 

774 
814 
922 



996 
1,132 
1,338 
1,236 

1,019 
1,098 
1,288 



1,303 
1,553 
1,260 
1,346 



-117 

- 20 

1,605 

-425 



1,282 -191 
1,445 158 
1,217 924 



-24 
13 
31 

-14 

-29 

10 
31 



393 
2 

95 
44 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



3,748 
3,980 
3,776 



4,688 
4,664 
4,684 



5,316 
5,388 
5,548 



4 48,188 14,404 17,272 2,992 14,280 3,912 4,772 5,596 



1970 1 48,124 

2 48,624 

3 49,408 



15,288 
15,700 
16,020 



17,000 3,144 
15,868 2,976 
16,064 2,908 



13,856 
12,892 
13,156 



3,848 
3,312 
3,300 



4,792 
4,528 
4,512 



5,216 
5,052 
5,344 



1,180 
848 

1,348 
796 

428 
584 
484 



12 

16 

12 

-16 

- 8 

4 

12 



,064 
196 
420 
456 

608 
536 
828 



16,795 -16,938 552 
18,480 -19,346 1,044 



-486 4, 127 - 4,404 

- 35 4,704 - 5,062 

1,479 4,766 - 4,760 

-455 4,883 - 5,120 



280 -442 4,710 

97 51 5, 537 

197 696 5,427 



4,712 
5,347 
4,937 



104 
636 
916 



18,364 
18,064 
18,138 



-19,068 952 
-19,032 1,148 



77,427 
78,537 



437 77,777 

387 79, 705 

279 27,379 

- 59 20,336 

500 79,338 

382 20,735 

353 22, 024 



76, 488 
77,480 



-19,376 1,244 79,292 



356 19,304 -19,908 832 80,888 

-172 21,120 -20,308 1,028 82,680 

44 21,148 -20,092 1,244 83,076 

-356 20,836 -20,116 1,424 84,720 



'Includes defence expenditures. includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government 
business enterprises. Excludes defence construction and equipment which are defined as current expenditure, includes capital expenditures by private and govern- 
ment business enterprises, private non-commercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals. Capital expenditure is defined to include 
all transfer costs on the sales and purchases of the existing land and buildings. 'The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price changes 

and the derived "physical" change is then valued at overage prices of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference between this value 
of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory voluation adjustment, (as shown in Table 1. 1) 'See footnote 4, Table 1. 1 Source: 

National Income and Expenditure Accounts, Third Quarter 1970 (D. B. S. 13-001). 



February, 1971 



21 
I — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.3: gross national expenditure in constant (1 961) dollars (million dollars) ' 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.3 and 1.4 















value of phy 


sical 




















gross fixed capital formation 




change in inventories 














business 






business 








govern- 
ment 






















years 














farm 










and 


personal 


current 












and 










quarters 


expend- 


expend- 












grain in 




deduct: 








iture on 


iture- 




resi- non- machinery 








commer- 


exports 


imports 


residual 


gross 




consumer 


on goods 




govern- dential residential and 




govern- 




cial 


of goods 


of goods 


error 


national 




goods and 


and 




ment con- construe- equip- 




ment 


non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


expend- 




services 


services 


total 


total total struction tion ment 


total 


total 


farm 


nels 


vices 


services 


mate 


iture 



1968 
1969 



1969 1 
2 
3 



1970 



1969 



35,853 
37,847 



8,539 
8,892 



13,177 
13,583 



2,548 
2,377 



10,719 2,518 
11,206 2,834 



3,782 
3,682 



4,419 
4,690 



611 
910 



unadjusted for seasonality 



8,888 2,250 2,976 474 2,502 

9,380 2,104 3,502 567 2,935 

9,130 2,249 3,626 725 2,901 

10,449 2,289 3,479 611 2,868 



9,038 
9,568 
9,395 



37,396 
37,568 
37,736 



2,501 
2,339 
2,4 04 



8,768 
8,684 
9,108 



2,884 
3,165 
3,343 



13,588 
13,676 
13,500 



474 
549 
696 



2,392 
2,436 
2,352 



2,410 
2,616 
2,647 



11 , 1 96 
11,240 
11,148 



569 
708 
780 
777 



563 
583 
654 



802 

892 

1,044 



1,131 
1,335 
1,077 



- 53 

-108 

1,428 



944 1,147 -357 



770 
826 
970 



1,077 
1,207 
1,023 



-224 

25 

901 



23 
3 



-22 
10 
27 

-12 

-26 

7 
27 



481 
456 



107 
451 



14,564 
15,664 



-14,954 
-16,566 



455 
818 



355 -386 3,547 - 3,828 

20 -138 3,984 - 4,362 

18 1,383 3,988 - 4,027 

63 -408 4, 145 - 4,349 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



2,784 
2,904 
2,776 



3,784 
3,700 
3,644 



4,628 
4,636 
4,728 



1,028 

548 

1,284 



38,752 9,008 13,596 2,316 11,280 2,876 3,636 4,768 780 



1970 1 38,104 

2 38,244 

3 38,888 



9,668 
9,732 
9,788 



13,280 
12,340 
12,456 



2,428 
2,312 
2,244 



10,852 
10,028 
10,212 



2,796 
2,380 
2,344 



3,660 
3,424 
3,388 



4,396 
4,224 
4,480 



104 - 4 

436 - 4 

180 4 



223 
121 
129 



860 
200 
312 
452 

372 

604 
676 



-421 3,990 

-103 4,553 

745 4,497 



3,937 
4,456 
4,136 



160 15,736 -16,628 

344 15,300 -16,408 

964 15,392 -16,456 

336 16,252 -16,792 

-264 17,820-17,016 

-164 17,760 -16,756 

-500 17,496 -16,940 



58,245 
61. 148 



346 14, 126 

302 74,802 

215 76,609 

- 45 75,677 

380 74,632 

289 75,583 

264 76,668 



756 60, 644 

896 60,264 

964 6 7,528 

640 62,236 

784 62, 744 

940 62, 696 

1 , 076 62, 944 



'The implicit price deflotors of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars 
by the constant dollar figures, are not suitableas indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change. This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected 
by compositional shifts which occur within the unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis. Quarter-to-quarter movements in 
the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts, Third Quarter 1970 (D. B. S. 13-001). 



Table 1.4: sources of personal income (million dollars) 





wages, 

salaries and 

supplementary 

labour 

income 


military 

pay and 

allowances 


net income 
received 
by farm 
operators 
from farm 
production' 


net income of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 

business 
including rent 


interest, 

dividends and 

miscellaneous - 

investment 

income 2 






current transfers 






years and 
quarters 


from 


go 


vernment 


from 
corporations 3 


from 
non-residents 




to 
persons 




capital 
assistance 


personal 
income 


1968 
1969 


38,493 
43,203 


860 
898 


1,690 

1,644 


4,218 

4,410 


4,387 
4,953 


5,346 

6,060 




6 
4 


127 
127 


43 
44 


55,170 

61,343 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 1 


1 0, 088 


214 


-115 


1,000 


1,148 


1,517 


1 


31 


11 


13,895 


2 


10,695 


224 


13 


1,108 


1,227 


1,491 


1 


32 


11 


14,802 


3 


11,215 


222 


1,691 


1,124 


1,233 


1,490 


2 


32 


11 


17,020 


4 


11,205 


238 


55 


1,178 


1,345 


1,562 


- 


32 


11 


15,626 


1970 1 


11,177 


229 


- 82 


1,046 


1,282 


1,748 


_ 


32 


24 


15,456 


2 


1 1 , 665 


220 


162 


1,134 


1,362 


1,633 


1 


34 


24 


16,235 


3 


12, 138 


222 


1,017 


1,154 


1,319 


1,693 


1 


34 


25 


17,503 



seasonally adjusted ot annual rates 



1969 1 


41,672 


840 


1,412 


4,292 


4,696 


5,628 


4 


124 


44 


58,712 


2 


42,612 


920 


1,524 


4,388 


4,896 


6,052 


4 


128 


44 


60,568 


3 


43,724 


884 


1,976 


4,480 


5,060 


6,216 


8 


128 


44 


62,520 


4 


44,804 


948 


1,664 


4,480 


5,160 


6,344 


- 


128 


44 


63,572 


1970 1 


46,212 


896 


1,216 


4,492 


5,244 


6,508 


_ 


128 


100 


64,796 


2 


46,500 


908 


1,268 


4,488 


5,428 


6,632 


4 


136 


96 


65,460 


3 


47, 060 


884 


1,076 


4,572 


5,404 


7,208 


4 


136 


100 


66,444 



This item differs from column 6, table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued net earnings arrising out of the 
operations of the Canadian Wheat Board, includes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons. 3 Charitable contributions and bad debt allowances. 



SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.5 and 1.6 



22 



Table 1. 5: disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



February, 1971 



years 

and 

quarters 



personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 



total 



durable 
goods 



semi- 
durable 
goods 



non- 
durable 
goods 



current transfers 



to government 



income 
taxes 



employer, 
employee 
contribu- 
tions 
to social 
succes- insurance 
sion & govern- 
duties and ment 
estate pension 
taxes funds 



othe 



to corpo- 
rations 2 



to non- 
residents 



total 



personal savings 

personal 

saving value of 

excluding physical 

change change 

in in personal 

farm in- farm in- personal disposable 
ventories ventories income income 3 



1968 
1969 



42,360 
46,531 



5,509 
5,92 



4,567 
4,992 



16,443 
17,931 



15,841 
17,688 



5,922 
7,469 



235 
237 



2,090 
2,341 



539 
794 



398 
460 



110 
123 



3,516 
3,388 



3,283 
3,073 



233 55,170 46,384 
315 61,343 50,502 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1969 4 12,981 1,586 1,663 5,179 4,553 2,027 60 523 237 119 

1970 1 11,373 1,229 

2 12,154 1,511 

3 1 1 , 986 1 , 382 



1969 



1970 



46,032 
46,648 
48,188 



1 48,124 

2 48,624 

3 49,408 



5,796 
5,896 
6,124 

5,448 
5,620 
5,708 



5,060 
4,888 
5,080 

5,056 
5,112 
5,000 



17,648 
17,936 
18,756 

19,208 
19,228 
19,656 



17,528 
17,928 
18,228 

18,412 
18,664 
1 9, 044 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



7,476 
7,744 
8,112 

8,028 
8,908 
8,900 



232 
240 
240 

240 
256 
272 



2,356 
2,376 
2,292 

2,408 
2,416 
2,392 



688 
728 
992 

1,004 
1,040 
1,060 



456 
472 
472 

476 

480 
484 



32 



-353 



108 
132 
136 



3,220 
4,180 
3,140 



136 4,380 
144 3,592 
136 3,792 



111 



999 


4,546 


4,599 2,018 


60 


592 


307 


119 


35 


952 


1,375 


1,226 


4,662 


4,755 2,274 


64 


644 


245 


119 


37 


698 


568 


1,158 


4,754 


4,692 2,166 


68 


625 


231 


121 


33 


2,273 


1,558 



-464 15,626 12,779 

•^23 15,456 12,479 

130 16,235 13,008 

715 17,503 14,413 



60,568 49,816 

62,520 51,432 

63,572 51,936 

64,796 53,116 

65,460 52,840 

66,444 53,82 



'Includes net expenditure abroad. 2 This item is the transfer portion of interest on the consumer debt. 3 This item is the "personal income" less "income 
taxes," less "succession duties and estate taxes," less "employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension plan," less "other". 



Table 1. 6: sources and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 











sources of gross saving 












total 


disposition of gros 












saving 








copitol 
con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances and 
miscel- 
laneous 
valuation 
adjust- 
ments 


residual 
error of 
estimate 




years and 
quarters 


persons 

and unincorporated 

business 


and gc 


corporate 
vernment business enterprises 


govern- 
ment 


non- 
residents 


s saving 


persona 
saving 


adjust- 
ments 
on grain 

trans- 
actions' 


undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


undis- 
tributed 
profits of 

government 
business 

enterprises 


inventory 
valuation 
capital adjust- 
assistance ment 


totol 
gross 
fixed 
capital 

for- 
mation 2 


value of 
-physical 
change 
in in- 
ventories 


residual 
error of 
estimate 


1968 
1969 


3,516 
3,388 


-219 
51 


2,676 
2,811 


255 
286 


80 -317 
103 -549 


3 

4 


030 
091 


221 

895 


8,411 
9,066 


- 551 

-1, 044 


17, 

19 


102 
098 


15,809 
17,011 


741 

1,043 


552 
1,044 



1969 4 

1970 1 
2 
3 



-353 

952 

698 
2,273 



32 

33 
47 
58 



594 



49 



540 


105 


769 


81 


653 


85 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 
36 -163 1,088 235 



2,360 



59 3,937 4,421 



-425 



- 59 



33 


-118 


586 


- 11 


2,376 


- 500 


3,996 


3,687 


-191 


500 


40 


- 48 


1,075 


-194 


2,520 


- 382 


4,606 


4,066 


158 


382 


21 


7 


768 


-437 


2,531 


- 352 


5,607 


4,330 


924 


353 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 2 


3,220 


28 


2,992 


280 


88 


-616 


4,332 


976 


8,872 


-1,144 


19,028 


17,032 


848 


1,148 


3 


4,180 


-12 


2,664 


320 


104 


-460 


3,612 


1,212 


9,200 


-1,244 


19,576 


16,984 


1,348 


1,244 


4 


3,140 


60 


2,528 


300 


132 


-584 


4,072 


688 


9,396 


- 832 


18,900 


17,272 


796 


832 


1970 1 


4,380 


180 


2,688 


280 


148 


-380 


3,324 


-860 


9,724 


-1,028 


18,456 


17,000 


428 


1,028 


2 


3,592 


180 


2,428 


352 


132 


-188 


3,604 


-1,084 


9,924 


-1,244 


17,696 


15,868 


584 


1,244 


3 


3,792 


200 


2,600 


376 


104 


-140 


2,956 


-612 


10, 120 


-1,424 


17,972 


16,064 


484 


1,424 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board. See also 
footnote 1, table 1.4. ! For a breakdown between government and business, see table 1.2. 



February, 1971 



23 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 



Table 1.7: government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government 



direct taxes 



years and 
quarters 



corporate and government business enterprises 



persons 



provin- 

Canada Quebec federal cial tax non- 

pension pension tax col- provin- collec- residents 

total federal' provincial local plan plan total federal 2 lections 2 cial tions federal 3 total 



indirect taxes 



provin- 
federal cial local* 



1968 8,247 5,107 

1969 10,047 6,501 



1969 1 2,275 1,446 

2 2,599 1,684 

3 2,563 1,636 

4 2,610 1,735 

1970 1 2,670 1,735 

2 2,982 1,899 

3 2,859 1,843 



2,215 


686 


239 


2 


,809 


2,105 


1,891 


704 


683 


209 


10,320 


2,539 


738 


269 


3 


,070 


2,2 94 


2,769 


776 


902 


232 


11,322 






unac 


justed for 


seasona 


variation 










580 


180 


69 




754 


564 


633 


190 


242 


46 


2,711 


614 


219 


82 




841 


628 


941 


213 


240 


73 


2,737 


650 


208 


69 




686 


512 


636 


174 


237 


48 


2,881 


695 


131 


49 




789 


590 


559 


199 


183 


65 


2,993 


682 


188 


65 




705 


527 


689 


178 


247 


66 


2,903 


766 


232 


85 




786 


594 


839 


192 


225 


70 


2,911 


733 


200 


83 




667 


504 


529 


163 


211 


45 


3,040 



3,761 3,451 3,108 
4,024 3,871 3,427 



929 928 854 

983 898 856 

1,011 1,012 858 

1,101 1,033 859 

929 1,029 945 

987 977 947 

1,040 1,051 949 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 1 9,120 5,820 2,288 

2 10,064 6,516 2,512 

3 10,360 6,708 2,624 

4 10,644 6,960 2,732 

1970 1 10,676 6,964 2,692 

2 11,580 7,356 3,132 

3 11,564 7,560 2,960 



736 


276 


3,184 


2,384 


2,788 


800 


944 


212 


11 


108 


760 


276 


3,096 


2,312 


2,988 


784 


888 


248 


11 


212 


760 


268 


2,968 


2,212 


2,744 


756 


912 


260 


11 


380 


696 


256 


3,032 


2,268 


2,556 


764 


864 


208 


11 


588 


760 


260 


2,952 


2,208 


3,020 


744 


980 


304 


11 


856 


804 


288 


2,908 


2,196 


2,640 


712 


840 


244 


11 


960 


724 


320 


2,908 


2,196 


2,268 


712 


816 


248 


12 


024 



3,984 
3,944 
4,048 
4,120 

3,972 
3,956 
4,164 



3,704 3,420 

3,844 3,424 

3,900 3,432 

4,036 3,432 

4,100 3,784 

4,216 3,788 

4,064 3,796 





rs and 












revenue 












yea 




other curr< 












investment 


income 




















































Canada 




















total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospital 


s total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


pension plan 


1968 




539 


4 


469 


63 


3 


1,577 


780 


636 


77 


4 


80 


1969 




794 


4 


718 


69 

unad 


3 

usted for 


2,045 
seasonal variation 


1,036 


788 


88 


5 


128 


1969 


1 


235 


1 


217 


17 


_ 


477 


229 


206 


19 


1 


22 




2 


165 


1 


146 


17 


1 


506 


254 


192 


24 


1 


35 




3 


157 


1 


138 


17 


1 


471 


238 


184 


20 


1 


28 




4 


237 


1 


217 


18 


1 


591 


315 


206 


25 


2 


43 


1970 


1 


307 


1 


289 


17 


_ 


565 


245 


259 


22 


1 


38 




2 


245 


1 


225 


18 


1 


588 


304 


208 


25 


1 


50 




3 


231 


1 


210 


19 


1 


584 


305 


212 


22 


1 


44 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 1 


768 


4 


696 


68 


- 


1,992 


1,064 


748 


88 


4 


88 


2 


688 


4 


612 


68 


4 


2,016 


972 


816 


84 


4 


140 


3 


728 


4 


652 


68 


4 


2,032 


1,028 


800 


88 


4 


112 


4 


992 


4 


912 


72 


4 


2,140 


1,080 


788 


92 


8 


172 


1970 1 


1,004 


4 


932 


68 


_ 


2,324 


1,132 


936 


100 


4 


152 


2 


1,040 


4 


960 


72 


4 


2,360 


1,172 


896 


88 


4 


200 


3 


1,060 


4 


976 


76 


4 


2,508 


1,300 


932 


96 


4 


176 



'Includes the newly imposed taxes on life insurance companies. At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are treated 
as associations of individuals in so for as their investment activities are concerned. The new taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment 
of insurance. 2 Excludes the refundable tax on corporate cash profits introduced May 1966. Refunding of the tax began in the third quarter 1968. With- 

holding taxes. 4 The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four since real property 

tax rates have been generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of 
series. 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 


— Cont. 












24 














February, 1971 








Table 1 


7: government revenue, expend 


ture, and 


surplus 


or 


deficit, 


by level of government — continued 








and 














revenue 




















current transfers from 


other levels of government 










tota 


1 revenue 








year: 
quar 




provinces 






hosp 


itals 










from local - 






from locc 


1 












Canada 


Quebec 






total 


from 
Canada 


govern- 
ments 


from 
Canada 


from 
provinces 


from 
provinces 


govern- 
ments 




total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals 


pension 
plan 


pension 
plan 


1968 
1969 




6,637 
7,362 


2,360 
2,630 


45 
44 


92 

98 


2,404 
2,606 


1,715 
1,961 


21 
23 




30,338 
34,872 


1 1 , 966 
14,091 


9,880 
11,366 


5,744 
6,288 


1,743 
1,992 


766 

866 


239 
269 














una 


J ju s ted for 


seasonal 


variation 














1969 


1 

2 

3 
4 


1,704 
2,179 
1,644 
1,835 


671 
678 
615 
666 


12 

11 

8 

13 


25 
26 
29 
18 


498 
974 
503 
631 


493 

484 
483 
501 


5 
6 
6 
6 




8,202 
9,100 
8,450 
9,120 


3,215 

3,623 
3,446 
3,807 


2,804 
2,752 
2,781 
3,029 


1,413 
1,897 
1,427 
1,551 


499 
492 
491 
510 


202 

254 
236 
174 


69 
82 
69 
49 


1970 


1 
2 
3 


2,022 
2,401 
2,184 


760 

803 
875 


12 
6 

4 


15 
28 
21 


632 

1,006 
737 


597 

552 
541 


6 
6 
6 




9,238 
9,983 
9,610 


3,503 
3,855 
3,738 


3,209 

3,177 
3,248 


1,631 
2,024 
1,748 


604 
560 
549 


226 
282 
244 


65 
85 
83 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 1 


7,148 


2,588 


44 


88 


2,532 


1,876 


20 


2 


8,008 


2,660 


48 


92 


3,244 


1,940 


24 


3 


6,932 


2,656 


36 


112 


2,120 


1,984 


24 


4 


7,360 


2,616 


48 


100 


2,528 


2,044 


24 


1970 1 


8,640 


3,036 


44 


48 


3,216 


2,272 


24 


2 


8,796 


3,076 


28 


100 


3,356 


2,212 


24 


3 


8,996 


3,656 


20 


80 


2,988 


2,228 


24 



33,532 13,468 10,868 6,196 1,900 824 276 

35,332 13,996 11,276 6,912 1,972 900 276 

34,660 14,260 11,420 5,820 2,016 872 268 

35,964 14,640 11,896 6,224 2,080 868 256 

37,756 14,584 12,484 7,216 2,300 912 260 

38,388 14,928 13,020 7,404 2,244 1,004 288 

39,308 15,472 13,320 7,036 2,260 900 320 



current expenditure 


years and 
quarters 




current expenditure on goods and services 5 


transfer payments to persons 








Conada 
pension 
total federal provincial local plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


subsidies 




total 


federal defence provincial local hospitals 


total 


federal provincial 



1968 12,158 3,792 1,812 2,560 4,227 1,579 5,346 3,277 1,953 101 11 4 643 518 125 

1969 13,774 4,315 1,806 2,808 4,891 1,760 6,060 3,602 2,302 105 38 13 675 560 115 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1969 1 3,371 1,139 493 703 1,111 418 1,517 966 518 25 6 

2 3,235 953 396 624 1,225 433 1,491 940 513 26 9 

3 3,513 1,112 454 680 1,274 447 1,490 847 601 27 11 

4 3,655 1,111 463 801 1,281 462 1,562 849 670 27 12 

1970 1 3,971 1,277 530 950 1,271 473 1,748 1,066 637 25 15 

2 3,785 1,121 430 789 1,391 484 1,633 1,053 526 29 19 

3 3,941 1,075 449 894 1,477 495 1,693 956 681 29 20 

seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



2 


143 


120 


23 


3 


145 


134 


11 


4 


2 05 


151 


54 


4 


182 


155 


27 


5 


148 


131 


17 


6 


187 


168 


19 


7 


215 


151 


64 



1969 1 


13,048 


4,180 


1,820 


2,544 


4,652 


1,672 


5,628 


3,480 


2,012 


104 


24 


8 


652 


544 


108 


2 


13,388 


4, 140 


1,740 


2,684 


4,832 


1,732 


6,052 


3,596 


2,304 


104 


36 


12 


688 


576 


112 


3 


14,256 


4,496 


1,840 


2,856 


5,116 


1,788 


6,216 


3,700 


2,352 


104 


44 


16 


688 


564 


124 


4 


14,404 


4,444 


1,824 


3,148 


4,964 


1,848 


6,344 


3,632 


2,540 


108 


48 


16 


672 


556 


116 


1970 1 


15,288 


4,680 


1,960 


3,424 


5,292 


1,892 


6,508 


3,832 


2,496 


100 


60 


20 


684 


596 


88 


2 


15,700 


4,872 


1,880 


3,412 


5,480 


1,936 


6,632 


4,036 


2,380 


116 


76 


24 


872 


724 


148 


3 


16,020 


4,348 


1,816 


3,768 


5,924 


1,980 


7,208 


4,320 


2,668 


112 


80 


28 


728 


564 


164 


5 S 


2e page 25. 































February, 


1971 


















25 




















SECTION 3 










































TABLE 1 


.7 - 


• Cont. 








Table 


1. 


7: government revenue. 


expenditure 


, and 


surplus or 


def 


cit, 


by 1 


evel of 


government — continued 










and 


















current expenc 


iture 
































current 
transfers 


















current trans 


ers to oth 


er 


evels 


of government 




years 




Canac 


a to 


provinces 


to 






















































cap 


tal assistant 


e 


to non- 
residents 




interest on the 


public 


debt 










local 


local 






local governments to 


















































total 


federal 


provincia 


— federal 


total 


federal p 


ovincial local 


total 


provinces 


ments 


ments 


hospital 


s provinces hospitals 


1968 




86 


72 




14 


170 


2 


,268 


1,409 


447 


412 


6, 


637 


2 


,360 


92 


2,404 


1 


,715 


45 




21 


1969 




107 


88 




19 


182 


2 


,621 


1,589 


587 


445 


7 


362 


2 


,630 


98 


2,606 


1 


,961 


44 




23 




















unadjusted for 


seasonal variation 




















1969 


1 


20 


16 




4 


26 




577 


341 


155 


81 


1 


704 




671 


25 


498 




493 


12 




5 




2 


28 


26 




2 


58 




700 


416 


145 


139 


2 


179 




678 


26 


974 




484 


11 




6 




3 


23 


17 




6 


56 




624 


404 


127 


93 


1 


644 




615 


29 


503 




483 


8 




6 




4 


36 


29 




7 


42 




720 


428 


160 


132 


1 


835 




666 


18 


631 




501 


13 




6 


1970 


1 


33 


25 




8 


42 




688 


427 


172 


89 


2 


022 




760 


15 


632 




597 


12 




6 




2 


41 


39 




2 


53 




808 


487 


157 


164 


2 


401 




803 


28 


1,006 




552 


6 




6 




3 


22 


16 




6 


90 




697 


463 


138 


96 


2 


184 




875 


21 


737 




541 


4 




6 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 1 


92 


76 


16 


140 


2,476 


1,460 


564 


452 


7,148 


2,588 


88 


2,532 


1,876 


44 


20 


2 


92 


84 


8 


192 


2,580 


1,592 


572 


416 


8,008 


2,660 


92 


3,244 


1,940 


48 


24 


3 


112 


88 


24 


196 


2,648 


1,588 


620 


440 


6,932 


2,656 


112 


2,120 


1,984 


36 


24 


4 


132 


104 


28 


200 


2,780 


1,716 


592 


472 


7,360 


2,616 


100 


2,528 


2,044 


48 


24 


1970 1 


148 


116 


32 


220 


2,944 


1,824 


624 


496 


8,640 


3,036 


48 


3,216 


2,272 


44 


24 


2 


136 


128 


8 


168 


2,980 


1,864 


624 


492 


8,796 


3,076 


100 


3,356 


2,212 


28 


24 


3 


108 


84 


24 


320 


2,972 


1,812 


676 


484 


8,996 


3,656 


80 


2,988 


2,228 


20 


24 





and 
ters 












current expe 


iditure 














years 






total current expend 


ture 5 








saving (total 


revenue 


less total 


current ex| 


enditure) 
















Canada 


Quebec 












Canada 


Quebec 






total 


federal 


provincial 


local h 


ospitals 


pension 
plan 


pension 
plan 


total 


federal p 


ovincial 


local 


hospitals 


pension 
plan 


pension 
plan 


1968 
1969 




27,308 
30,781 


11,690 
13,064 


9,218 
10,398 


4,806 
5,508 


1,579 
1,760 

unad 


11 

38 

usted for 


4 
13 

seasonal 


3,030 
4,091 

/ariation 


276 

1,027 


662 

968 


938 
780 


164 
232 


755 
828 


235 
256 


1969 


1 
2 

3 

4 


7,358 
7,836 
7,555 
8,032 


3,304 
3,231 
3,231 
3,298 


2,394 
2,753 
2,454 
2,797 


1,234 
1,407 
1,408 
1,459 


418 
433 
447 
462 


6 

9 

11 

12 


2 

3 
4 

4 


844 
1,264 

895 
1,088 


- 89 

392 
215 
509 


410 

- 1 

327 

232 


179 

490 

19 

92 


81 
59 
44 
48 


196 

245 
225 
162 


67 
79 
65 
45 


1970 


1 
2 
3 


8,652 
8,908 
8,842 


3,743 
3,752 
3,647 


3,013 
3,051 
3,061 


1,403 
1,596 
1,612 


473 

484 
495 


15 
19 
20 


5 
6 
7 


586 

1,075 

768 


-240 

103 

91 


196 
126 
187 


228 
428 
136 


131 
76 
54 


211 
263 
224 


60 
79 
76 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

1969 1 29,184 12,556 9,652 5,272 1,672 24 8 4,348 912 1,216 924 228 800 268 

2 31,000 12,932 10,864 5,424 1,732 36 12 4,332 1,064 412 1,488 240 864 264 

3 31,048 13,400 10,080 5,720 1,788 44 16 3,612 860 1,344 100 228 828 252 

4 31,892 13,368 10,996 5,616 1,848 - 48 16 4,072 1,272 900 608 232 820 240 

1970 1 34,432 14,352 12,152 5,956 1,892 60 20 3,324 232 332 1,260 408 852 240 

2 35,284 14,968 12,140 6,140 1,936 76 24 3,604 -40 880 1,264 308 928 264 

3 36,352 15,184 12,516 6,564 1,980 80 28 2,956 288 804 472 280 820 292 

5 Includes capital consumption allowances as shown on page 26, col. 8. 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 1.7 


— Concl. 

Table 1.7: 


government 


revenue, ex 


26 

penditure, and surplus 


or deficit, by level of 


February, 1971 
government — concluded 










surplus or deficit on a 


national accounts basis 




years and 
quarters 






saving 






plus: capital consumption allowances 


total federal 


provincial 


local 


Canada 
pension 
hospitals plan 


Quebec 




plan total 


federal provincial local hospitals 


1968 
1969 


3,030 276 
4,091 1,027 


662 
968 


938 
780 


164 755 
232 828 


235 988 
256 1,083 


191 319 393 85 
209 340 440 94 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1969 1 


844 


- 89 


410 


179 


81 


196 


67 


261 


50 


83 


106 


22 


2 


1,264 


392 


- 1 


490 


59 


245 


79 


268 


52 


85 


108 


23 


3 


895 


215 


327 


19 


44 


225 


65 


274 


53 


86 


111 


24 


4 


1,088 


509 


232 


92 


48 


162 


45 


280 


54 


86 


115 


25 


1970 1 


586 


-240 


196 


228 


131 


211 


60 


287 


55 


88 


119 


25 


2 


1,075 


103 


126 


428 


76 


263 


79 


294 


57 


90 


121 


26 


3 


768 


91 


187 


136 


54 


224 


76 


301 


58 


91 


125 


27 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 1 


4,348 


912 


1,216 


924 


228 


800 


268 


1,044 


200 


332 


424 


88 


2 


4,332 


1,064 


412 


1,488 


240 


864 


264 


1,072 


208 


340 


432 


92 


3 


3,612 


860 


1,344 


100 


228 


828 


252 


1,096 


212 


344 


444 


96 


4 


4,072 


1,272 


900 


608 


232 


820 


240 


1,120 


216 


344 


460 


100 


1970 1 


3,324 


232 


332 


1,260 


408 


852 


240 


1,148 


220 


352 


476 


100 


2 


3,604 


- 40 


880 


1,264 


308 


928 


264 


1,176 


228 


360 


484 


104 


3 


2,956 


288 


804 


472 


280 


820 


292 


1,204 


232 


364 


500 


108 





rs and 










surplus or deficit on a 


national accounts basis 










yea 














equals: 


surplus (+) or deficit (-) 




































deduct: 


gross capital formation 












Canada 
pension 


Quebec 




















total 


federal 


provincial 


local 


hospitals total 


federal 


provincia 


local 


hospitals 


plan 


plan 


1968 




3,024 


500 


958 


1,349 


217 994 


- 33 


23 


- 18 


32 


755 


235 


1969 




2,999 


461 


953 


1,357 


228 2,175 
unadjusted for seasona 


775 

variation 


355 


-137 


98 


828 


256 


1969 


1 


565 


97 


222 


195 


51 540 


-136 


271 


90 


52 


196 


67 




2 


714 


100 


181 


377 


56 818 


344 


- 97 


221 


26 


245 


79 




3 


948 


150 


274 


462 


62 221 


118 


139 


-332 


6 


225 


65 




4 


772 


114 


276 


323 


59 596 


449 


42 


-116 


14 


162 


45 


1970 


1 


583 


95 


215 


217 


56 290 


-280 


69 


130 


100 


211 


60 




2 


719 


95 


159 


398 


67 650 


65 


57 


151 


35 


263 


79 




3 


934 


147 


226 


482 


79 135 


2 


52 


-221 


2 


224 


76 



seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1969 1 


3,016 


512 


1,032 


1,248 


224 


2,376 


600 


516 


100 


92 


800 


268 


2 


3,016 


456 


892 


1,440 


228 


2,388 


816 


-140 


4 80 


104 


864 


264 


3 


2,988 


436 


940 


1,380 


232 


1,720 


636 


748 


-836 


92 


828 


252 


4 


2,976 


440 


948 


1,360 


228 


2,216 


1,048 


296 


-292 


104 


820 


240 


1970 1 


3,136 


504 


1,000 


1,384 


248 


1,336 


- 52 


-316 


352 


260 


852 


240 


2 


2,980 


420 


788 


1,500 


272 


1,800 


-232 


452 


248 


140 


928 


264 


3 


2,920 


428 


780 


1,420 


292 


1,240 


92 


388 


-448 


96 


820 


292 



February, 1971 










27 










SECTION 3 
TABLES 1.8 and 1.9 






Table 


1.8: implicit price indexes. 


gross national expenditure, 


1961 - 


100.0 


I 






















gross fixed 


capital formation 




years and 










government 










- current expen- 
diture on goods 
and services 


total 




total 


non- 
residential 
construction 






total 


durable goods d 


semi- 
urable goods 


non- 
durable goods 


services 


machinery 
and equipment 


1968 
1969 


118.1 
122.9 


105.2 
106.4 


119.9 
123.7 


116.8 
120.4 


124.4 
132.5 


142.4 

154.9 


120.0 
125.2 




121.8 
125.9 


124.0 
128.2 


108.6 
110.0 


1969 1 
2 
3 
4 


121.1 
122.6 
123.7 
124.4 


105.7 
106.5 
106.3 
107.1 


122.2 
123.5 
124.4 
124.6 


118.5 
120.2 
121.1 
121.7 


130.1 
131.5 
133.5 
134.8 


148.8 
154.2 
156.5 
159.9 


123.4 
124.6 
125.9 
127.1 




125.6 
123.0 
126.3 
129.0 


128.2 
125.0 
128.5 
131.2 


109.2 
109.5 
109.9 
111.6 


1970 1 
2 
3 


126.3 
127.1 
127.1 


109.1 
109.6 
109.3 


124.9 
127.5 
125.8 


123.1 
123.7 
123.0 


136.8 
137.6 
138.9 


158.1 
161.3 
163.7 


128.0 
128.6 
129.0 




129.5 
128.7 
129.6 


131.6 
131.0 
131.9 


114.7 
115.0 
114.1 



gross fixed capital formation 



deduct: 

business exports of goods and services imports of goods and services gross nation- 

al expendi- 



residential non-residential machinery of which: of which: ture in constant 

total construction construction and equipment total merchandise total merchandise (1961) dollars 

1968 119.5 129.2 120.1 113.6 115.3 112.3 113.6 109.6 122.6 

1969 125.1 136.0 127.7 116.5 118.0 114.2 116.8 113.0 128.4 

1969 1 123.0 134.6 124.3 114.9 116.7 113.4 114.7 111.1 126.2 

2 124.9 137.1 126.3 116.2 118.1 114.5 116.0 112.0 128.6 

3 125.8 136.2 128.8 117.3 118.2 114.2 117.8 114.1 128.9 

4 126.7 136.0 131.5 117.4 118.8 114.8 118.6 114.9 130.0 

1970 1 127.7 137.6 130.9 118.7 118.5 114.4 119.3 115.0 131.8 

2 128.6 139.2 132.2 119.6 119.1 114.9 119.9 115.4 132.5 

3 128.8 140.8 133.2 119.3 119.1 114.6 118.7 113.7 133.7 

'These implicit indexes are currently weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and 

between major groups. Quarter-to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted Data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar 

comparisons based on data unadjusted for seasonality, and therefore may be used as indicators of price change. 



Table 1.9: relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost, (million dollars) 

deduct: add: deduct: add: 

gross 



years and gross nation- income gross national income gross 

quarters al product residual indirect received income domestic product residual indirect received income domestic 

at market error of taxes less from non- paid to non- product at at market error of taxes less from non- paid to non- product at 

prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost prices estimate subsidies residents residents factor cost 

1968 71,427 551 -9,677 -583 1,841 63,559 

1969 78,537 1,044 -10,647 -770 1,986 70,150 

unadjusted for seasonal variation seasonally adjusted ot annual rates 



1969 1 


17,777 


437 


-2,568 


-170 


447 


15,923 


76,488 


956 


-10,456 


-712 


1,940 


68,216 


2 


19,105 


387 


-2,592 


-200 


492 


17,192 


77,480 


1,144 


-10,524 


-808 


2,008 


69,300 


3 


21,319 


279 


-2,676 


-172 


442 


1 9, 1 92 


79,292 


1,244 


-1 0, 692 


-764 


2,008 


71,088 


4 


20,336 


-59 


-2,811 


-228 


605 


17,843 


80,888 


832 


-10,916 


-796 


1,988 


71,996 


1970 1 


19,338 


500 


-2,755 


-253 


580 


17,410 


82,680 


1,028 


-11,172 


-1,02 


2,476 


73,992 


2 


20,735 


382 


-2,724 


-261 


556 


18,688 


83, 076 


1,244 


-11,088 


-1 , 036 


2,232 


74,428 


3 


22,024 


352 


-2,825 


-261 


518 


19,808 


84,120 


1,424 


-11,296 


-1,168 


2,344 


75,424 



SECTION 3 28 February, 1971 

TABLE 2.1 2 — Domestic product by industry 

Table 2.1: Real domestic product, by industry of origin, volume indexes (1961 " 100) based on the 1960 standard industrial classification 













mines (inclu- 






electric 




real 




real domestic 




ding milling), 


manufacturing 




power, 




domestic 




product less 




fisliiny quunies und ■■ - 






gas and water 


quarterly 


product 


agriculture 


agriculture 


forestry 


and trapping oil wells total 


non-durable 


durable 


construction utilities 


averages or 
quarters 










1961 industry weights 










100.000 


4.557 


95. 443 


1.257 


0.262 4.298 24.741 


13.608 


11.133 


5.840 2.812 



1968 145.4 133.5 145.9 132.6 116.0 152.7 759.4 143.9 178.4 149.7 174.4 

1969 152.8 145.2 153.1 138.9 104.7 149.8 768.5 152.0 188.7 153.9 190.4 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1968 4 148.5 82.0 151.7 133.4 85.4 157.5 767.0 148.6 189.5 157.7 188.1 



1969 1 


143.0 


66.5 


146.7 


126.2 


65.3 


154.7 


764.7 


146.1 


187.4 


124.8 


214.9 


2 


150.8 


86.8 


153.9 


133.5 


117.5 


150.4 


773.0 


153.1 


197.5 


155.6 


179.2 


3 


162.8 


352.3 


153.8 


152.1 


152.3 


138.2 


764.9 


153.6 


178.7 


178.9 


164.0 


4 


154.4 


75.1 


158.2 


143.6 


83.7 


155.9 


777.4 


155.2 


191.1 


156.4 


203.5 


1970 1 


148.2 


67.0 


152.1 


144.1 


58.7 


167.6 


766.2 


149.5 


186.7 


117.1 


235.8 


2 


156.2 


98.3 


158.9 


125.3 


91.6 


169.3 


772.8 


156.4 


192.8 


140.7 


195.7 


3 


165.3 


285.9 


159.6 


150.8 


181.1 


173.2 


762.4 


153.3 


173.5 


166.0 


176.2 



adjusted for seasonal variation 

1968 4 148.6 137.8 149.1 138.6 118.5 154.5 765.7 147.5 186.6 152.7 181.6 

1969 1 152.0 147.0 152.2 135.2 117.6 

2 151.8 149.5 151.9 144.3 109.6 

3 152.0 139.8 152.6 133.1 103.2 

4 155.0 146.7 155.4 146.2 108.3 



1970 1 156.2 131.0 157.4 153.0 104.7 

2 156.0 138.2 156.8 134.0 89.2 

3 157.0 131.5 158.2 132.0 105.6 



152.2 


135.2 


151.9 


144.3 


152.6 


133.1 


155.4 


146.2 


157.4 


153.0 


156.8 


134.0 


158.2 


132.0 



159.4 


768. 7 


148.5 


768.8 


138.0 


767.8 


153.5 


769.3 


171.8 


769.8 


167.2 


768.3 


175.1 


765. 7 



150.6 


189.6 


155.3 


185.0 


150.7 


190.9 


153.7 


187.1 


153.0 


185.9 


154.4 


192.8 


153.7 


188.3 


152.5 


196.6 


154.1 


189.1 


146.5 


203.0 


154.1 


185.7 


138.6 


204.7 


151.9 


181.2 


141.2 


206.8 





transportation, store 
and communication 


ge 




trade 


finance/ 


community, 
business and 

personal 
service 

industries 


public 
adminis- 
tration 
and defence 


speci 


al industry indexes 


quarterly 

averages or 

quarters 


commercial 
industries 

less 
agriculture 


non- 
commercial 
industries 1 


index of 
industrial 
production 


total 




trans- 
portation 




storage 


total 


wholesale 


and 
retail real estate 


1961 industry weights 




9.985 




7.039 




0.363 


12.721 


4.788 


7.933 12.013 


13.789 


7.725 


79.798 


15.645 


31.851 



750.2 


153.0 


107.6 


740. 7 


138.9 


756.8 


157.9 


113.8 


746.0 


146.1 



140.8 


130.6 


144.1 


120.1 


147.9 


135.9 


159.8 


145.9 


136.7 


156.5 


122.3 


154.8 


144.8 


167.9 



1968 
1969 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1968 4 754.3 156.0 115.1 755.8 143.0 163.5 131.7 146.1 118.0 154.7 136.3 167.6 



1969 1 


750.0 


150.0 


100.2 


732.0 


135.5 


129.9 


132.5 


149.6 


119.3 


148.1 


139.7 


167.8 


2 


755.0 


157.3 


114.5 


748.0 


150.1 


146.7 


136.2 


155.0 


122.6 


155.9 


143.8 


170.5 


3 


759.6 


162.9 


120.6 


742. 7 


146.4 


139.5 


138.8 


161.0 


126.2 


154.8 


148.4 


161.2 


4 


762.5 


161.6 


119.7 


767.8 


152.2 


167.6 


139.2 


160.2 


121.1 


160.3 


147.5 


172.1 


1970 1 


757.5 


156.3 


109.4 


733.8 


141.3 


129.3 


140.1 


161.9 


122.4 


152.4 


150.3 


172.5 


2 


768.8 


170.6 


128.5 


757.0 


157.6 


147.0 


143.3 


167.0 


127.2 


159.7 


155.1 


174.3 


3 


774.7 


177.0 


138.8 


749.8 


163.8 


141.3 


145.4 


170.7 


131.9 


159.5 


159.6 


165.1 



adjusted for seasonal variation 
1968 4 754.2 157.6 107.5 747.3 137.2 143.8 132.1 147.3 119.4 151.5 137.1 165.1 



1969 1 


757.7 


160.0 


110.8 


744.3 


141.8 


145.8 


133.9 


152.0 


121.8 


154.3 


141.7 


168.4 


2 


750.5 


150.2 


113.6 


744.8 


144.7 


144.9 


135.9 


154.6 


122.2 


153.6 


143.6 


167.7 


3 


753.4 


153.6 


117.8 


747.5 


149.4 


146.3 


137.4 


157.8 


122.4 


153.9 


145.7 


166.0 


4 


760.3 


160.4 


113.8 


747.2 


148.6 


146.4 


139.6 


161.4 


122.8 


156.7 


148.5 


169.5 


1970 1 


765.2 


166.3 


120.2 


745.8 


146.8 


145.2 


141.6 


164.4 


125.0 


158.4 


152.3 


173.0 


2 


763.9 


163.1 


124.1 


747.6 


151.1 


T45.5 


143.0 


166.6 


126.8 


157.2 


154.9 


171.4 


3 


767.0 


166.5 


136.0 


754.9 


166.9 


147.7 


143.9 


167.5 


127.9 


158.5 


156.8 


170.1 



'Includes public administration and defence; hospitals; education; welfare, religious organizations, private households, miscellaneous services, highway 
and bridge maintenance, and water systems and other utilities. Sources: Index of Industrial Production (61-005), and "Indexes of Real Domestic Product by 

Industry - 1961 Base", Occasional, (61-506). For detailed description of concepts and methods see Indexes of Real Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, 

1935-61, (61-505) D. B. S. 



Februory, 1971 


Table 2. 


2: industr 


ial prod 


jction. 


2- 
volume ind 


29 
-Domestic product by industry 

exes (1961 -100)', based on the 


1960 standard ind 


ustrial c 


SECTION 3 
TABLE 2.2 

lassification 








mines (includ 


ing milling), 


quarries and oil wells 








manufacturing 






total 




metal 


mines 




mineral fuels 


non-metals 
except coal 




monthly 
averages 

or months index of 
industrial 
production 


total 


placer 
gold 
mines 
& gold 
quartz 
mines 


iron 


misc. 
metal 
mines, 
n.e.s. 


crude 

petroleum 

and 

natural 

total coal gas 


total 




non-durables 




total 


foods and beverages 


meat 
total products 


dairy 
products 


total 


asbestos 


base period industry weight 


31.851 


4.298 


2.463 


.325 


.309 


1.829 


1.030 .152 .878 


.385 


.274 


24.741 


13.608 


3.547 .546 


.524 


1968 759.8 

1969 767.9 


752.7 
749.8 


142.6 
126.7 


58.8 
52.4 


311.4 
267.7 


129.0 
116.1 


164.3 96.6 176.1 
180.0 93.3 195.0 


196.1 
221.6 


124.9 
138.0 


759.4 
768.5 


743.9 
752.0 


139.8 138.2 
143.4 136.3 


137.0 
141.0 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 A 


753.3 


757.8 


138.7 


56.8 


316.4 


123.2 


166.7 


74.7 


182.6 


192.0 


115.7 


753.9 


144.5 


159.9 


138.4 


163.4 


S 


764.5 


756.5 


146.0 


64.1 


343.0 


127.3 


163.8 


89.2 


176.7 


202.6 


126.9 


767.0 


749.5 


159.2 


147.1 


156.0 





767.7 


767.3 


153.8 


55.4 


363.4 


135.9 


161.9 


102.7 


172.2 


206.0 


130.0 


768.6 


749.5 


145.9 


153.9 


136.7 


N 


777.4 


757.2 


145.8 


56.5 


290.3 


137.2 


169.9 


106.8 


180.8 


204.4 


130.6 


777.9 


752. 7 


147.0 


153.7 


120.7 


D 


763.7 


754.0 


142.5 


57.1 


305.7 


130.1 


182.2 


104.1 


195.7 


182.6 


108.5 


760.5 


744.2 


131.5 


129.1 


112.9 


1969 J 


762.7 


750.5 


137.4 


56.6 


262.3 


130.6 


179.5 


109.1 


191.7 


190.9 


111.0 


757.3 


738.6 


116.5 


131.9 


97.7 


F 


769.0 


754.7 


139.7 


56.4 


290.5 


129.1 


185.0 


109.7 


198.0 


199.3 


129.1 


765.8 


148.2 


127.3 


135.5 


105.3 


M 


772.2 


759.0 


142.7 


56.1 


295.7 


132.3 


190.7 


107.7 


205.1 


209.2 


137.3 


770.9 


757.5 


131.2 


134.3 


122.7 


A 


768.6 


757.4 


145.1 


54.2 


288.7 


137.0 


171.2 


97.0 


184.0 


218.8 


143.6 


768.0 


748.6 


133.5 


130.3 


139.1 


M 


770.4 


749. 7 


134.8 


52.1 


214.4 


136.0 


155.2 


84.4 


167.5 


220.4 


138.1 


773.2 


752.7 


142.1 


131.2 


159.2 


J 


772.6 


744.8 


121.4 


56.1 


99.2 


136.7 


167.7 


83.7 


182.2 


221.1 


128.9 


777.9 


757.9 


158.7 


127.5 


190.9 


J 


754.5 


734.7 


107.5 


47.8 


167.9 


107.9 


173.7 


78.2 


190.2 


180.7 


133.0 


757.3 


745.9 


149.4 


122.1 


173.0 


A 


759.5 


734.2 


96.8 


48.5 


212.2 


85.8 


177.7 


62.6 


197.6 


231.0 


146.1 


763.6 


755.4 


163.7 


134.9 


171.4 


S 


769.7 


745.8 


113.1 


52.5 


326.1 


87.8 


182.3 


94.4 


197.5 


241.8 


149.2 


773.8 


759.3 


164.8 


148.7 


159.0 





770.8 


748.9 


116.2 


46.3 


372.6 


85.3 


181.4 


103.5 


194.9 


255.6 


160.5 


773.0 


758.0 


153.8 


153.0 


135.7 


N 


775.8 


755.2 


124.7 


52.5 


373.6 


95.5 


193.9 


100.6 


210.1 


249.2 


142.3 


776. 7 


758.3 


148.6 


155.5 


124.2 


D 


769.8 


763.7 


141.3 


49.8 


309.2 


129.2 


201.7 


88.8 


221.2 


241.0 


137.0 


765.0 


749.3 


131.3 


130.6 


114.0 


1970 J 


768.5 


762.5 


137.9 


52.8 


275.6 


129.8 


220.0 


101.8 


240.5 


215.5 


133.6 


767.0 


144.5 


122.6 


130.4 


106.8 


F 


776.3 


7 70.8 


145.5 


52.0 


291.4 


137.5 


220.4 


108.9 


239.7 


249.7 


156.9 


770.0 


152.9 


131.0 


131.2 


110.7 


M 


772.8 


769.4 


146.3 


50.8 


304.8 


136.5 


209.2 


115.9 


225.3 


256.4 


157.2 


767.6 


151.0 


131.5 


130.9 


122.6 


A 


7 74.0 


763.4 


147.0 


48.3 


308.2 


137.3 


176.9 


127.6 


185.4 


263.7 


156.1 


171.4 


753.7 


140.4 


141.8 


137.6 


M 


773.5 


7 70.7 


158.2 


51.3 


382.3 


139.3 


181.5 


132.7 


190.0 


254.1 


161.9 


777.8 


757. 7 


148.1 


140.0 


162.9 


J 


775.6 


7 73.9 


160.2 


52.9 


359.7 


145.6 


196.2 


147.1 


204.7 


221.7 


150.1 


775.0 


758.5 


159.7 


134.9 


183.4 


J 


757.6 


7 68.5 


157.1 


46.3 


367.8 


141.1 


197.5 


129.7 


209.2 


180.6 


144.2 


754.2 


745.8 


154.8 


141.7 


165.3 


A 


764.7 


777.2 


153.1 


43.6 


388.5 


132.8 


199.1 


145.8 


208.3 


230.7 


158.1 


162.4 


754.8 


173.0 


144.0 


166.9 


S 


777. 8, 


780.7 


159.6 


44.9 


387.3 


141.6 


214.4 


163.9 


223.2 


245.7 


165.8 


769.0 , 


757. 5 r 


167.1 r 


160.9 


155.1 





772. 8 r 


780. 5 r 


162.5 


46.2 


395.0 


143.9 


208. Or 


160.7 


216. 2r 


242.2 


158.1 


768. 6 r 


759.8r 


155.3r 


161.5 


134.6 


N 


776.8 


782.6 


157.4 


49.8 


331.2 


147.1 


229.1 


188.3 


236.2 


250.1 


160.7 


170.9 


763.6 


156.4 


167.7 


122.1 
















adjus 


ted for seasonal variation 














1968 A 


759.6 


752.6 


141.5 


57.8 


298.5 


129.9 


168.8 


95.8 


181.4 


191.7 


116.1 


758.7 


740.3 


139.5 


139.4 


137.4 


S 


762.2 


752.7 


142.1 


64.0 


288.8 


131.2 


167.2 


89.0 


180.7 


192.3 


125.3 


762.2 


743.6 


142.2 


139.5 


137.7 





763.7 


754.0 


144.7 


55.7 


303.3 


133.7 


167.7 


92.5 


180.7 


186.7 


120.0 


763.7 


744.6 


138.4 


136.5 


136.8 


N 


765.7 


755. 7 


145.4 


57.6 


296.6 


135.4 


170.2 


90.6 


184.0 


191.1 


123.0 


765.9 


748.0 


142.4 


132.1 


148.4 


D 


166.0 


754.4 


143.3 


57.1 


311.9 


130.1 


175.5 


98.6 


188.8 


187.1 


117.2 


765.7 


749.8 


143.3 


140.1 


140.5 


1969 J 


766. 7 


758.9 


148.8 


58.7 


322.7 


135.4 


172.5 


97.7 


185.4 


203.8 


125.1 


765.2 


748.0 


139.6 


134.6 


136.4 


F 


768.2 


758.9 


147.4 


55.1 


338.5 


131.5 


173.2 


98.7 


186.1 


207.3 


132.6 


767.9 


750.3 


145.5 


141.4 


140.5 


M 


777. 7 


760.4 


144.8 


55.7 


322.0 


130.7 


183.0 


98.7 


197.6 


214.5 


134.6 


777.3 


753.5 


147.4 


138.4 


145.5 


A 


768.7 


758. 7 


143.6 


52.7 


316.9 


130.5 


176.6 


97.8 


190.3 


214.0 


135.5 


767.7 


149.9 


141.5 


134.6 


141.6 


M 


767.2 


745.0 


127.4 


51.8 


194.5 


129.5 


163.3 


88.6 


176.2 


209.0 


134.6 


768.8 


750.5 


141.0 


133.6 


143.5 


J 


767.8 


742.3 


116.6 


53.3 


85.4 


133.1 


173.7 


88.7 


188.4 


219.0 


123.1 


769.9 


757.6 


142.6 


133.0 


139.6 


J 


767.5 


737.2 


108.4 


49.9 


144.4 


112.7 


176.9 


95.8 


190.9 


206.4 


146.6 


769.9 


752.9 


141.8 


131.8 


138.6 


A 


764.4 


734.0 


98.1 


49.9 


201.9 


89.1 


178.9 


85.5 


195.1 


230.7 


146.7 


766.5 


752.7 


144.1 


135.6 


143.6 


S 


766. 7 


742.7 


110.4 


51.2 


285.4 


91.3 


185.2 


95.0 


200.8 


232.3 


147.1 


766.9 


753.4 


146.1 


139.5 


140.3 





766.5 


744.5 


111.8 


47.7 


326.1 


86.9 


188.1 


95.1 


204.2 


236.6 


148.6 


167.0 


752.9 


144.7 


136.6 


137.1 


N 


769.9 


752.7 


122.9 


53.6 


359.0 


95.3 


194.2 


91.3 


212.0 


239.7 


138.5 


769.9 


754.0 


144.0 


136.0 


144.9 


D 


172.2 


763. 7 


140.6 


49.2 


315.7 


127.3 


194.0 


86.9 


212.5 


245.7 


143.1 


770.9 


754.2 


142.7 


140.6 


141.2 


1970 J 


772.5 


7 70.7 


149.5 


54.9 


337.3 


134.6 


212.3 


91.1 


233.2 


230.3 


150.6 


769.5 


754.5 


147.6 


133.2 


149.2 


F 


775. 7 


7 74.3 


153.1 


50.8 


337.2 


140.1 


206.5 


98.1 


225.3 


258.7 


161.1 


777.9 


754.8 


149.2 


136.8 


147.8 


M 


777.5 


7 70.6 


148.4 


50.4 


330.6 


135.0 


200.8 


106.5 


217.1 


263.9 


154. 1 


768. 7 


752.8 


147.0 


134.7 


145.2 


A 


172.4 


764.2 


145.9 


47.0 


338.3 


130.9 


182.6 


128.5 


191.9 


258.0 


147.3 


770.0 


754.8 


148.4 


146.4 


140.0 


M 


770.5 


766.6 


149.0 


51.0 


349.1 


132.5 


190.8 


139.1 


199.8 


248.3 


157.7 


767.5 


755.0 


147.2 


142.4 


147.2 


J 


777.2 


770.8 


153.9 


50.3 


336.2 


141.5 


203.5 


155.9 


211.7 


218.8 


143.4 


767.4 


752.4 


144.1 


140.7 


134.1 


J 


770.0 


7 73.4 


159.4 


48.4 


347.0 


147.4 


202.3 


158.9 


209.8 


218.2 


150.2 


765.4 


752.0 


145.7 


153.0 


135.5 


A 


777.0 


774.6 


160.4 


44.9 


359.7 


147.2 


200.4 


171.5 


205.4 


230.4 


158.7 


766.5 


757.8 


150.2 


144.7 


139.9 


S 


769. Jr 


7 78.2 


157.8 


43.8 


339.4 


147.4 


217.7 


165.1 


226.8 


236.5 


163.5 


763. 7 r 


152. 2r 


148. 9r 


150.8 


140.6 





769. 3 r 


7 76.8r 


158.7 


47.7 


344.4 


147.1 


215. Or 


147.4 


226. 7 r 


224.5 


146.6 


763. 3 f 


154.6 t 


148. 2r 


144.3 


140. 2r 


N 


777.5 


787.0 


157.7 


50.9 


331.2 


147.3 


228.3 


169.9 


238.4 


240.8 


156.0 


765.4 


758.7 


150.0 


146.9 


142.5 


'Sources: Ind 


ex of Industrial Production (i 


51-005) and 


"Index < 


if Real Domestic Product by 


Industry - 


1961 Base", Occasional (6 


1-506). 


For 


detailed 



description of concepts and methods, see "Revised Index of Industrial Production, 1935-57", Reference Paper (61-502), D. B. S. 



SECTION 3 30 February, 1971 

TABLE 2. 2 - Cont. 2 -Domestic product by industry 

Table 2.2: industrial production, volume indexes (1961 ~ 100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification —continued 

non-durable manufacturing 
foods and beverages textile industries 



monthly beverage manufacturers leather industries cotton 

averages bakery other tobacco rubber yorn & synthetic 

or months grain prod- food soft distill- brew- products indus- shoe cloth textile knitting clothing 

mills ucts processors total drinks eries eries industries tries total factories total mills mills mills industries 

base period industry weight 

.211 .517 .561 .820 .234 .264 .298 .233 .411 .293 .195 .904 .211 .304 .218 .854 

1968 125.7 106.8 153.0 155.4 169.4 175.9 125.2 119.1 137.3 113.0 115.2 175.0 103.7 241.0 136.7 122.4 

1969 130.1 106.2 159.7 168.9 188.1 193.9 131.3 121.7 153.7 108.6 109.1 184.6 109.1 258.5 141.3 122.0 

unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 A 


123.4 


110.5 


150.5 


181.2 


222.6 


182.3 


149.3 


110.3 


91.6 


115.0 


119.6 


177.0 


100.4 


245.1 


141.6 


126.5 


S 


130.0 


107.3 


162.0 


167.3 


183.5 


196.2 


125.4 


127.4 


156.2 


121.6 


124.8 


191.2 


106.2 


273.4 


140.0 


122.0 





128.4 


109.5 


172.0 


156.0 


137.4 


214.4 


113.7 


130.8 


147.1 


117.6 


120.6 


188.1 


107.5 


260.5 


144.9 


125.0 


N 


130.7 


106.7 


172.6 


183.3 


166.7 


257.2 


130.3 


131.2 


160.2 


122.0 


124.4 


199.9 


131.4 


280.4 


146.1 


120.8 


D 


134.5 


104.9 


157.3 


155.8 


171.1 


172.6 


127.4 


106.5 


154.8 


101.3 


98.8 


188.2 


100.2 


278.7 


140.7 


116.9 


1969 J 


124.2 


103.1 


154.3 


112.3 


128.6 


142.0 


68.6 


114.8 


130.7 


110.6 


108.9 


180.8 


112.8 


249.6 


137.7 


121.4 


F 


130.8 


103.9 


154.4 


146.4 


175.1 


156.8 


113.1 


131.8 


161.8 


126.4 


131.4 


192.1 


122.1 


272.3 


140.0 


125.5 


M 


128.8 


102.5 


157.6 


153.7 


151.8 


184.8 


127.5 


137.1 


169.7 


124.1 


128.2 


186.4 


118.4 


258.9 


140.3 


125.2 


A 


121.1 


102.6 


141.2 


165.9 


185.6 


180.8 


138.1 


130.3 


163.4 


115.4 


116.1 


192.8 


116.2 


269.9 


140.9 


121.2 


M 


129.5 


103.3 


144.9 


171.3 


181.3 


191.3 


146.0 


124.1 


150.1 


111.5 


109.1 


199.9 


125.0 


275.9 


141.3 


121.0 


J 


129.7 


111.3 


160.7 


198.1 


225.7 


215.5 


164.0 


131.4 


163.5 


110.3 


109.8 


190.9 


108.5 


262.0 


141.6 


120.0 


J 


119.9 


110.4 


151.9 


160.3 


216.3 


116.4 


155.6 


85.1 


122.0 


84.6 


80.1 


158.9 


71.8 


222.0 


140.5 


116.8 


A 


129.2 


110.0 


160.6 


199.8 


254.8 


212.4 


148.1 


107.8 


111.5 


111.7 


116.7 


180.6 


101.0 


252.3 


145.4 


128.0 


S 


134.8 


108.6 


168.8 


198.4 


208.3 


253.4 


138.0 


129.9 


159.8 


106.5 


109.1 


186.3 


107.1 


260.2 


141.9 


123.6 





136.4 


109.8 


178.2 


190.6 


169.0 


285.9 


120.8 


128.5 


160.4 


104.7 


106.0 


185.7 


119.1 


262.7 


144.5 


125.7 


N 


140.8 


106.5 


178.9 


181.9 


176.7 


239.6 


136.2 


131.5 


188.9 


107.8 


107.8 


189.0 


112.0 


272.5 


143.2 


119.9 


D 


135.3 


102.3 


165.0 


148.2 


183.9 


147.8 


119.7 


108.1 


162.6 


90.1 


85.9 


171.4 


95.3 


243.8 


138.3 


115.7 


1970 J 


133.3 


101.3 


161.9 


129.2 


173.9 


139.4 


83.2 


122.9 


136.7 


96.1 


95.5 


184.7 


105.2 


273.7 


139.7 


123.2 


F 


144.3 


103.2 


168.7 


150.7 


196.9 


159.6 


106.9 


130.8 


189.8 


111.3 


116.6 


184.5 


112.7 


266.9 


142.3 


127.0 


M 


137.2 


103.0 


157.5 


156.4 


161.4 


179.0 


132.8 


116.3 


159.7 


104.4 


108.9 


179.3 


102.2 


260.8 


137.1 


120.9 


A 


138.2 


102.6 


160.1 


173.3 


189.6 


187.1 


148.8 


135.4 


152.2 


101.4 


102.2 


188.7 


105.5 


277.5 


135.1 


117.0 


M 


150.3 


106.3 


163.7 


172.4 


197.3 


173.6 


152.6 


143.1 


160.4 


96.2 


93.7 


186.6 


110.5 


259.0 


136.3 


119.3 


J 


145.1 


110.4 


164.5 


202.6 


228.3 


210.3 


178.6 


143.4 


171.7 


99.6 


99.8 


187.9 


96.2 


264.4 


132.7 


120.0 


J 


137.3 


105.3 


150.9 


168.8 


245.1 


102.0 


169.2 


78.9 


135.2 


74.7 


66.9 


150.9 


65.7 


216.4 


127.4 


110.6 


A 


142.6 


106.4 


166.8 


204.0 


263.7 


196.1 


167.2 


124.5 


121.1 


105.9 


106.0 


173.7 


94.0 


250.9 


138.1 


124.0 


S 


148.8 


106.3 


169. 7, 


201.9 


229.4 


234.1 


145.2 


146.3 


171.7 


105.6r 


105.4 


181.4, 


102.8 


260.9 


137.5, 


122.5, 





143.7, 


104. 4r 


182. Or 


187.9r 


183.2 


276.5 


112.7 


135.7 


168. 4r 


107. 6, 


107.9 


183.6, 


104.6 


279.9, 


142.9, 


122.1 r 


N 


148.9 


102.4 


184.7 


211.2 


201.6 


298.1 


144.2 


148.1 


174.3 


106.1 


101.1 


188.1 


113.1 


280.2 


143.2 


118.3 
















adjusted for seasonal variation 














1968 A 


126.1 


107.4 


150.5 


160.0 


178.9 


173.1 


132.6 


110.8 


119.5 


111.6 


115.9 


181.2 


108.8 


251.9 


137.2 


121.7 


S 


128.0 


104.8 


155.7 


159.2 


170.9 


169.9 


142.1 


122.2 


150.3 


115.1 


116.8 


180.0 


94.9 


259.6 


138.1 


120.2 





124.6 


107.1 


153.6 


148.1 


165.5 


160.2 


122.3 


126.4 


138.1 


114.6 


117.4 


180.1 


96.7 


255.5 


140.7 


122.2 


N 


126.5 


106.9 


153.9 


161.1 


172.6 


187.6 


127.0 


122.8 


143.6 


117.9 


121.3 


188.1 


111.2 


267.0 


142.5 


122.1 


D 


131.6 


107.8 


150.8 


163.6 


179.7 


179.8 


135.4 


118.7 


149.3 


110.5 


111.6 


181.5 


97.5 


259.4 


143.4 


121.8 


1969 J 


124.0 


107.1 


164.6 


151.8 


171.9 


177.5 


110.5 


115.7 


144.7 


112.4 


112.7 


185.7 


112.5 


257.2 


141.1 


121.5 


F 


128.8 


107.3 


160.0 


170.6 


190.8 


179.7 


145.5 


122.3 


145.4 


112.8 


113.6 


187.5 


107.9 


263.7 


140.7 


121.5 


M 


128.5 


105.6 


168.6 


172.9 


196.2 


196.1 


133.5 


131.2 


156.7 


113.4 


113.3 


187.3 


111.5 


260.3 


142.0 


122.5 


A 


127.3 


106.3 


147.9 


169.1 


197.9 


186.6 


130.1 


126.1 


153.2 


112.0 


111.5 


194.6 


116.0 


266.6 


142.2 


122.4 


M 


131.5 


103.2 


149.3 


167.2 


178.7 


195.7 


131.2 


122.2 


158.6 


113.5 


112.2 


195.3 


120.0 


277.1 


143.3 


123.2 


J 


129.3 


106.9 


158.9 


169.2 


181.8 


197.3 


133.9 


116.3 


158.9 


109.3 


109.2 


186.8 


112.8 


259.5 


142.2 


123.2 


J 


125.6 


106.5 


162.4 


169.0 


180.8 


209.1 


124.9 


122.8 


159.0 


116.6 


118.0 


186.4 


116.8 


257.1 


142.5 


119.8 


A 


131.9 


106.7 


160.7 


174.9 


196.0 


204.1 


132.6 


112.0 


147.6 


109. 1 


112.2 


183.5 


108.8 


254.6 


141.5 


123.1 


S 


133.6 


106.0 


162.3 


179.9 


192.0 


216.3 


138.5 


123.7 


147.5 


101.0 


102.2 


177.6 


99.5 


249.6 


140.4 


121.7 





132.7 


107.0 


160.4 


178.3 


196.3 


212.7 


134.7 


123.6 


151.0 


102.4 


103.6 


178.0 


105.5 


254.9 


140.4 


122.7 


N 


135.1 


106.5 


161.1 


164.3 


183.4 


183.7 


132.6 


122.4 


168.4 


102.5 


103.0 


178.0 


96.5 


256.4 


139.5 


121.5 


D 


131.8 


105.5 


160.5 


159.7 


191.1 


167.8 


127.6 


121.8 


153.5 


99.9 


99.2 


174.4 


101.3 


245.6 


140.2 


121.0 


1970 J 


132.9 


105.2 


172.0 


176.2 


233.1 


174.2 


133.9 


123.6 


151.6 


97.6 


98.9 


189.8 


105.0 


282.8 


143.2 


123.3 


F 


142.4 


106.6 


174.5 


175.0 


214.8 


183.0 


137.6 


121.2 


170.9 


99.8 


100.8 


180.1 


99.8 


258.4 


143.0 


122.9 


M 


136.8 


106.0 


166.0 


176.0 


208.3 


189.0 


139.4 


111.3 


147.3 


95.4 


96.3 


180.3 


96.5 


262.4 


138.8 


118.4 


A 


143.6 


106.3 


167.9 


175.6 


201.1 


191.8 


140.1 


125.4 


142.6 


98.5 


98.3 


188.6 


105.2 


273.7 


136.2 


118.1 


M 


151.8 


106.1 


169.6 


167.9 


195.0 


177.3 


137.2 


141.2 


170.1 


96.9 


96.4 


182.6 


105.6 


260.0 


138.1 


121.4 


J 


144.5 


106.1 


162.7 


171.1 


183.5 


192.4 


141.7 


126.9 


167.1 


99.0, 


99.2 


183.8 


99.9 


261.8 


133.2 


123.1 


J 


145.4 


101.6 


160.2 


172.4 


205.5 


183.1 


137.6 


114.2 


176.3 


100.8 


98.5 


175.5 


102.7 


250.8 


129.2 


117.3 


A 


145.5 


103.2 


167.3 


178.0 


202.6 


189.0 


149.4 


129.4 


160.9 


104.0 


101.9 


176.6 


101.3 


253.1 


134.5 


118.7 


S 


147.7 


103.7 


163. 9r 


180.9 


211.8 


191.9 


145.2 


139.4 


158.6 


100. 2r 


98.7 


175.2, 


96.0 


257.1 


136. Or 


120.7, 





140.1 r 


101.8 


166. Or 


176. 7, 


212.3 


197.5 


132.6 


130.5 


158. 4, 


105. 3, 


105.5 


174. 6 r 


92.5 


264.1 r 


138.9, 


119.3 


N 


142.8 


102.3 


166.1 


189.7 


209.4 


229.0 


140.8 


137.7 


155.4 


100.8 


96.4 


176.7 


97.3 


263.1 


139.4 


119.9 



February, 


1971 
Table 


2.2:industrial pro 


duction. 


volume ir 


31 
2 — Domestic product by industry 

dexes (1961 -100), based on the 1960 sta 


ndard ir 


idustrial 


classif ii 


SECTION 3 
TABLE 2. 2-Cont. 

cation —continued 












non-durabl 


e manul 


acturing 






durable manufacturing 






paper & 


allied industries 


printing, 
publish- 
ing and 
allied 
indus- 
tries 


petroleum 
and coal 
products 
industries 




chemical and chemical products 


mi sc. 
mfg. 

indus- 
tries 




monthly 
averages 
or months 


total 


pulp & 
paper 
mills 


paper 
box 

& bag 
and other 

paper 
converters 


total 


wood industries 




total 


pharmo- soap & 
ceuticals paint cleaning 

and and com- industrial 
medicines varnish pounds chemicals 


total 


sawmill s 

& pi aning 

mills 


veneer 
& ply- 
wood 
mills 


furniture & 

fixture 
industries 


base period industry weight 




2.675 


2.170 


.453 


1.353 


.583 


1.682 


.215 .150 .148 .660 


.855 


11.133 


1.117 


.678 


.153 


.448 


1968 
1969 


136.7 
152.0 


135.1 
152.0 


142.4 
151.6 


138.0 
143.0 


143.2 
149.0 


165.2 
172.3 


195.7 126.6 144.3 180.9 
204.1 130.0 148.9 189.1 


161.8 
181.5 


178.4 
188.7 


143.9 

146.6 


151.7 

154.5 


154.7 
155.7 


152.9 
161.7 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 A 


128.2 


123.1 


146.2 


129.8 


147.4 


153.9 


178.9 


134.7 


117.6 


166.3 


164.2 


765.4 


151.3 


160.9 


150.3 


157.0 


S 


128.7 


123.6 


147.2 


136.6 


135.2 


167.3 


204.1 


132.2 


149.3 


184.8 


167.6 


788.3 


156.0 


167.7 


163.1 


160.9 





140.6 


137.8 


148.0 


141.8 


142.4 


168.9 


194.1 


120.0 


151.5 


189.6 


172.8 


7 92.7 


153.8 


164.2 


167.8 


163.0 


N 


144.4 


143.4 


147.7 


147.6 


144.1 


169.0 


202.2 


109.1 


163.1 


187.8 


171.9 


796.7 


149.0 


156.1 


169.0 


163.4 


D 


141.4 


141.0 


146.0 


143.7 


154.8 


162.5 


167.7 


87.5 


149.7 


190.5 


163.9 


780.5 


130.9 


134.2 


140.0 


157.3 


1969 J 


138.0 


137.2 


143.9 


131.3 


151.5 


170.0 


226.1 


92.8 


157.6 


188.0 


165.2 


780.3 


121.8 


121.2 


138.8 


152.6 


F 


150.7 


152.0 


146.3 


138.8 


154.9 


175.0 


215.3 


128.5 


170.4 


190.1 


169.1 


187.2 


150.5 


162.9 


162.8 


156.5 


M 


156.1 


157.5 


150.6 


147.3 


152.3 


177.4 


217.2 


143.0 


156.3 


193.0 


173.4 


194.6 


162.8 


178.6 


175.2 


155.3 


A 


145.9 


144.9 


149.9 


144.1 


131.7 


176.9 


190.6 


150.6 


146.5 


200.0 


174.3 


797.7 


154.3 


166.7 


161.5 


156.7 


M 


152.7 


152.1 


153.4 


148.8 


122.6 


179.8 


191.3 


160.7 


133.7 


198.6 


177.7 


798.4 


156.5 


167.2 


168.2 


155.6 


J 


155.1 


154.0 


156.8 


147.5 


142.4 


177.6 


195.0 


166.6 


151.3 


191.0 


179.9 


202.3 


158.7 


171.1 


158.7 


161.3 


J 


145.8 


144.4 


151.2 


132.6 


158.4 


164.0 


187.7 


136.9 


115.3 


185.0 


174.5 


171.3 


135.1 


136.3 


136.5 


158.0 


A 


154.6 


154.6 


152.6 


143.8 


163.0 


159.2 


186.8 


135.9 


127.1 


170.4 


186.1 


173.2 


151.0 


159.9 


151.4 


168.9 


S 


151.6 


149.6 


157.3 


151.1 


147.5 


171.4 


217.7 


129.6 


150.0 


184.2 


194.4 


797.6 


151.8 


161.0 


154.8 


171.3 


O 


156.3 


155.4 


157.2 


153.2 


144.0 


174.3 


211.7 


119.2 


168.5 


188.4 


196.9 


797.4 


144.1 


147.5 


162.2 


171.1 


N 


158.5 


160.4 


150.8 


153.1 


157.1 


173.5 


222.2 


110.7 


164.7 


185.6 


197.1 


797.9 


140.2 


142.2 


161.9 


169.5 


D 


158.7 


162.1 


149.0 


146.6 


162.7 


169.0 


187.7 


85.4 


145.4 


194.9 


189.3 


784.0 


132.2 


138.9 


136.4 


163.7 


1970 J 


146.8 


148.3 


146.3 


132.9 


162.1 


173.5 


238.0 


90.4 


159.0 


189.3 


184.7 


787.2 


135.1 


140.4 


158.3 


156.1 


F 


156.1 


158.6 


149.3 


138.5 


162.2 


183.5 


236.4 


118.6 


177.6 


200.4 


187.5 


790.8 


152.4 


164.4 


169.7 


152.6 


M 


158.0 


161.6 


145.6 


144.5 


154.8 


181.3 


239.4 


121.6 


163.6 


195.3 


182.9 


788.0 


148.8 


161.1 


164.6 


147.4 


A 


153.2 


154.6 


149.8 


149.0 


141.6 


189.0 


242.8 


139.7 


190.3 


204.3 


184.6 


7 93. 7 


146.4 


158.4 


159.8 


144.2 


M 


154.8 


155.3 


153.1 


154.0 


149.5 


186.1 


219.2 


148.3 


143.1 


201.3 


189.1 


789.9 


132.3 


139.1 


137.9 


143.9 


J 


147.7 


146.0 


152.6 


153.1 


158.4 


178.3 


200.2 


155.7 


135.7 


192.0 


188.8 


795.2 


138.5 


147.5 


134.6 


146.5 


J 


138.3 


136.8 


145.8 


139.4 


161.1 


161.6 


233.5 


131.3 


97.7 


164.3 


181.7 


764.4 


132.1 


140.7 


123.0 


142.1 


A 


136.0 


132.1 


150.9 


141.5 


166.2 


160.8 


224.5 


128.2 


129.3 


159.2 


196.3 


777.7 


141.6 


151.9 


137.0 


154.1 


S 


136.2 


131.4 


154. Or 


144. 8r 


162.3 


1 72 . r 


241.3 


119.8, 


143.7 


185.0 


201.6, 


783. 7 , 


143.0, 


153.4 


142.4 


155.4, 


O 


150.9, 


149.8 


151 .3 r 


158. Or 


1 64 . 5 r 


181.2 


239. 2r 


105.9, 


170.7 


198.9 


200.3, 


779.3, 


145.9, 


157.8, 


150.5 


157.2, 


N 


162.3 


165.7 


145.8 


164.6 


164.6 


184.3 


256.9 


95.7 


173.2 


202.5 


197.6 


780.0 


143.3 


153.8 


149.1 


154.2 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 A 


125.9 


122.2 


142.1 


136.6 


144.6 


158.7 


191.6 


128.3 


132.7 


171.0 


159.5 


787.2 


144.3 


151.8 


154.9 


152.0 


S 


129.6 


126.3 


142.5 


137.5 


135.7 


167.0 


195.7 


130.1 


148.9 


186.5 


161.8 


784.8 


146.0 


153.9 


160.7 


154.3 


O 


136.4 


134.1 


143.4 


138.5 


145.0 


167.1 


189.3 


131.1 


135.8 


188.2 


165.7 


187.0 


155.2 


169.2 


161.3 


155.3 


N 


141.0 


139.5 


145.0 


141.7 


143.5 


169.6 


202.4 


130.3 


157.9 


184.6 


167.5 


187.8 


158.2 


173.4 


164.3 


156.7 


D 


149.8 


149.9 


147.8 


144.4 


146.6 


168.9 


187.3 


129.9 


161.6 


185.2 


168.7 


785.0 


150.4 


159.8 


155.6 


156.1 


1969 J 


145.1 


144.0 


147.9 


139.6 


150.1 


170.9 


199.3 


127.1 


147.4 


189.2 


169.9 


786.3 


137.3 


140.7 


153.5 


158.4 


F 


147.5 


146.5 


150.7 


139.3 


149.9 


170.2 


188.9 


139.1 


152.5 


186.1 


172.7 


789.3 


144.6 


152.6 


158.1 


160.1 


M 


153.8 


153.5 


153.2 


143.9 


149.8 


171.9 


202.7 


134.5 


152.2 


186.9 


175.7 


793. 7 


154.8 


166.7 


162.2 


160.4 


A 


146.5 


144.8 


152.6 


139.6 


141.5 


170.5 


188.6 


128.3 


143.5 


192.2 


176.5 


789.5 


157.2 


171.7 


155.3 


160.4 


M 


148.6 


147.4 


154.0 


142.2 


136.7 


169.9 


195.6 


130.5 


141.1 


187.5 


179.1 


797.7 


150.9 


159.9 


159.6 


160.8 


J 


152.9 


152.6 


154.6 


144.1 


141.0 


171.5 


195.8 


129.4 


146.4 


189.4 


179.7 


192.2 


144.9 


151.1 


152.8 


162.5 


J 


152.2 


151.9 


153.0 


143.6 


151.9 


181.5 


220.3 


126.1 


147.6 


209.9 


178.5 


190.7 


136.3 


136.6 


154.7 


160.8 


A 


153.6 


154.7 


148.8 


150.5 


157.1 


169.0 


203.2 


128.3 


147.7 


184.5 


182.4 


183.5 


144.0 


151.6 


151.7 


163.5 


S 


154.5 


154.8 


152.8 


150.6 


150.5 


172.2 


209.9 


127.9 


150.3 


186.9 


188.2 


783.5 


143.5 


150.6 


149.9 


164.0 





153.4 


153.5 


152.6 


149.2 


148.1 


172.6 


212.4 


130.2 


151.9 


185.7 


189.0 


784.7 


147.1 


155.1 


154.7 


163.4 


N 


156.2 


157.9 


148.8 


147.1 


155.4 


173.4 


219.3 


130.5 


152.4 


183.6 


191.5 


789.2 


146.4 


154.4 


155.9 


162.9 


D 


160.0 


162.6 


150.3 


148.7 


155.7 


174.7 


213.4 


127.9 


154.1 


187.6 


193.6 


797.4 


152.0 


163.3 


160.1 


163.1 


1970 J 


154.0 


155.5 


150.3 


141.2 


160.8 


173.9 


209.1 


124.1 


148.6 


190.3 


190.0 


787.8 


152.8 


163.1 


175.4 


162.1 


F 


152.4 


152.7 


153.8 


139.1 


157.0 


178.1 


207.0 


128.2 


159.0 


196.3 


191.3 


792.9 


146.6 


154.2 


165.1 


156.0 


M 


155.5 


157.5 


147.9 


141.2 


152.0 


175.7 


223.1 


114.4 


158.8 


189.3 


185.3 


786.7 


141.6 


150.4 


152.4 


152.3 


A 


153.6 


154.3 


152.6 


144.5 


152.3 


182.4 


239.2 


119.2 


186.9 


196.0 


186.9 


788.6 


140.8 


149.4 


153.7 


147.6 


M 


150.5 


150.3 


153.6 


147.3 


166.9 


175.7 


223.9 


120.8 


151.3 


189.7 


190.4 


782.8 


127.6 


132.9 


130.7 


148.6 


J 


145.5 


144.7 


150.5 


149.5 


156.7 


173.3 


212.4 


120.9 


131.4 


190.4 


188.6 


785.8 


129.5 


135.3 


129.4 


147.5 


J 


144.4 


143.9 


147.6 


151.4 


154.3 


176.1 


253.8 


120.9 


124.8 


186.7 


186.0 


787.7 


133.3 


140.7 


139.5 


146.5 


A 


135.1 


132.4 


147.1 


147.8 


160.1 


176.6 


245.0 


120.8 


150.5 


185.1 


192.5 


784.4 


134.9 


144.0 


137.4 


149.2 


S 


138.6 


136.2 


149.6, 


147.2, 


165.8 


173.2, 


232.4 


118.0, 


144.3 


187.9 


195.2, 


776.4, 


135.2, 


143.5 


137.8 


148.9, 


O 


148.0, 


148.1 


146.9, 


149.3, 


169.3, 


179.1 , 


240.7, 


110.3, 


154.2 


195.9 


192.2, 


773.8, 


149.4, 


166.1 , 


143.5 


150. 1 , 


N 


159.9 


163.1 


143.9 


157.8 


162.8 


183.7 


253.4 


112.7 


160.1 


200.3 


191.9 


773.5 


150.0 


166.6 


143.5 


148.1 



SECTION 3 
TABLE 2. 2-Cont. 



32 



2 — Domestic product by industry 
Table 2.2:industrial production, volume indexes (1961 -100), based on the 1960 standard industrial classification —continued 



February, 1971 



durable manufacturing 








primary 


metal in 


dustries 




metal fabricating (ex mach. & transportation equipment) 


machinery 
(except 
elec- 
trical) 


transp. equip 






total 


orna- 
fabri- mental & metal 
boiler cated architec- stamping, 
& plate structural tural pressing 
works metal metal &coating 


wire 
& wire 
products 


hard- 
ware, 
tool & 
cutlery 


■nent 


averages 
or months 


total 




iron & 

steel 

mills 


steel pipe 
& tube iron 
mills foundries 


smelting 

and 
refining 


aircraft 
and 
total parts 


motor 
vehicles 


base period industry weight 




2.256 




1.007 


.126 


.136 


.786 


1.857 


.078 .259 .168 .458 


.250 


.165 


.995 


2.001 .486 


.788 


1968 
1969 


153. 
152. 



9 


169.7 
166.6 


174.4 
159.0 


139.4 
139.9 


123.7 

125.0 


162.9 
169.9 


171.8 152.7 143.5 171.9 
177.1 169.0 149.4 179.6 


165.4 
159.9 


181.6 
195.2 


198.7 
215.5 


243.1 142.4 
265.7 136.6 


322.4 
369.2 



unadjusted for seasonol variation 



1968 



1969 



1970 



A 


146.5 


162.9 


153.7 


113.5 


120.7 


168.6 


180.1 


157.0 


158.6 


181.6 


177.2 


176.0 


202.0 


157.5 


136.5 


111.2 


S 


153.8 


173.6 


125.5 


158.9 


124.6 


172.1 


184.8 


166.4 


159.5 


183.4 


180.4 


183.6 


204.3 


259.0 


145.6 


352.7 





155.2 


173.6 


139.5 


166.2 


125.0 


169.4 


179.0 


161.8 


155.2 


178.4 


177.8 


186.6 


199.0 


282.8 


140.9 


411.8 


N 


160.4 


180.5 


156.8 


157.5 


128.4 


170.5 


187.3 


158.2 


155.2 


178.4 


181.6 


191.7 


203.7 


297.3 


141.6 


444.2 


D 


153.6 


168.2 


149.1 


144.9 


127.6 


163.2 


181.9 


148.0 


146.8 


172.9 


151.8 


190.9 


204.2 


256.9 


142.0 


343.1 


J 


155.4 


169.9 


153.2 


143.3 


131.4 


160.6 


173.3 


154.1 


133.9 


171.1 


150.1 


186.3 


207.0 


269.7 


136.7 


385.5 


F 


165.9 


189.2 


166.2 


148.0 


134.6 


167.4 


174.2 


161.7 


140.7 


176.5 


172.3 


188.6 


211.9 


257.6 


137.0 


352.8 


M 


171.1 


193.6 


219.8 


153.1 


131.5 


170.1 


169.9 


160.5 


142.2 


181.1 


180.1 


194.9 


215.5 


279.9 


137.6 


404.8 


A 


171.5 


198.0 


183.5 


138.3 


134.6 


169.0 


173.9 


165.0 


149.3 


175.2 


175.7 


192.7 


214.2 


269.0 


119.5 


388.3 


M 


170.5 


192.1 


201.6 


143.3 


134.3 


173.1 


177.7 


164.3 


145.6 


186.8 


176.2 


197.9 


213.8 


291.2 


127.6 


434.2 


J 


174.6 


199.1 


206.6 


143.5 


136.1 


174.9 


176.9 


163.8 


153.8 


187.2 


181.8 


193.9 


215.4 


293.1 


132.5 


445.2 


J 


157.2 


185.9 


168.0 


102.6 


116.5 


170.8 


177.2 


171.6 


148.1 


181.0 


168.3 


189.7 


211.0 


185.2 


134.8 


174.7 


A 


119.8 


111.0 


132.4 


115.9 


108.6 


169.3 


175.0 


182.1 


156.0 


182.2 


135.6 


190.3 


215.4 


206.0 


133.8 


217.1 


S 


116.7 


101.8 


117.5 


146.8 


108.3 


172.1 


183.0 


184.0 


162.9 


187.0 


121.1 


201.6 


218.3 


293.9 


146.4 


420.6 





123.2 


114.3 


106.3 


162.1 


110.0 


171.6 


188.5 


177.5 


154.0 


181.2 


143.5 


200.9 


221.5 


292.5 


142.9 


429.1 


N 


150.2 


169.5 


115.3 


159.7 


117.0 


174.0 


182.2 


177.8 


156.7 


177.0 


166.9 


202.8 


220.6 


297.9 


144.7 


444.9 


D 


158.4 


174.6 


137.6 


122.2 


137.1 


166.1 


173.5 


165.6 


149.6 


168.9 


147.2 


202.8 


221.1 


252.4 


145.7 


333.2 


J 


164.8 


186.9 


156.4 


115.6 


137.8 


164.4 


159.1 


160.8 


141.4 


171.5 


150.1 


201.0 


219.4 


243.1 


143.9 


333.4 


F 


176.0 


200.3 


212.2 


126.3 


140.9 


166.5 


175.3 


163.0 


134.8 


170.9 


168.6 


203.8 


224.8 


258.8 


139.7 


369.8 


M 


174.5 


198.6 


210.9 


120.6 


141.4 


162.9 


169.6 


159.0 


133.3 


170.4 


159.2 


203.0 


223.4 


256.5 


134.8 


366.5 


A 


173.8 


194.0 


210.2 


126.8 


144.6 


167.8 


170.3 


173.9 


141.5 


172.1 


166.3 


202.8 


223.0 


281.7 


126.5 


431.9 


M 


166.7 


184.2 


167.7 


123.6 


144.1 


170.6 


178.6 


181.0 


143.9 


169.8 


180.1 


197.5 


213.3 


285.4 


121.3 


440.8 


J 


174.2 


198.6 


186.7 


105.1 


145.9 


173.5 


180.1 


194.5 


148.4 


179.7 


167.5 


191.6 


219.5 


289.3 


117.2 


445.4 


J 


149.6 


169.8 


145.9 


79.4 


127.7 


160.2 


173.1 


180.9 


145.8 


167.3 


136.7 


178.2 


211.4 


184.7 


104.2 


199.4 


A 


154.1 


180.6 


185.6 


92.7 


115.1 


172.4 


175.8 


200.3 


154.1 


179.7 


185.9 


183.1 


213.1 


180.5 


106.5 


167.7 


S 


161.6 


191.8 


177.0 


124.4 


119.2 


175. 9r 


179. 4r 


199. 8 r 


165.1 r 


175. 8r 


174.6 


187.7, 


214.8, 


221.0 


108.8, 


282.3 





152. Or 


171.4 


152.8 


112.2 


122.3 r 


1 74 . , 


177.1 r 


203. 9 r 


166. 9, 


172.6 r 


168.8 


185.4, 


211.8, 


2 09.3 


109.4, 


267.8, 


N 


162.9 


186.9 


176.7 


118.1 


130.6 


173.9 


171.9 


198.4 


164.3 


163.5 


191.4 


189.7 


216.5 


208.4 


111.7 


271.8 



ad|usted for seasonal variation 



1968 J 


154.9 


166.5 


194.1 


149.0 


128.9 


163.2 


174.2 


153.8 


144.9 


171.5 


170.4 


176.0 


202.0 


241.3 


128.4 


338.5 


A 


153.1 


169.4 


157.0 


148.4 


125.3 


164.2 


177.5 


151.3 


146.0 


175.4 


172.5 


179.4 


203.7 


252.4 


137.8 


350.3 


S 


156.1 


174.4 


167.3 


147.6 


125.9 


166.1 


178.3 


154.9 


149.2 


178.4 


170.1 


184.9 


203.2 


265.2 


148.8 


374.3 





157.0 


174.5 


178.6 


154.2 


125.8 


165.6 


168.3 


154.4 


142.4 


180.1 


172.6 


186.8 


198.9 


274.3 


139.6 


399.2 


N 


159.8 


181.1 


162.9 


149.2 


127.3 


168.2 


179.8 


153.3 


145.6 


180.6 


178.9 


189.7 


202.4 


265.5 


138.0 


376.3 


D 


160.2 


184.0 


161.7 


144.9 


125.1 


168.7 


180.2 


154.1 


144.7 


179.6 


176.4 


190.5 


203.9 


254.0 


137.8 


345.8 


1969 J 


159.5 


177.9 


155.5 


143. 1 


132.2 


168.4 


179.2 


163. 1 


147.7 


178.7 


168.3 


187.1 


207.4 


265.7 


135.0 


370.9 


F 


163.6 


185.7 


168.5 


140.7 


132.8 


170.7 


178.8 


167.5 


152.5 


181.0 


172.1 


187.4 


210.2 


262.6 


134.4 


361.4 


M 


163.9 


183.7 


183.5 


144.4 


130.1 


172.6 


176.9 


168.7 


154.8 


184.3 


172.3 


192.3 


214.4 


270.7 


136.2 


380.7 


A 


164.3 


187.1 


171.8 


134.3 


130.7 


170.1 


175.2 


168.6 


158.7 


176.9 


170.0 


191.6 


212.8 


254.2 


121.5 


349.7 


M 


162.4 


179.3 


168.3 


145.7 


131.9 


171.8 


185.8 


166.0 


152.4 


183.5 


165.2 


194.8 


214.0 


262.4 


131.7 


359.9 


J 


169.6 


191.5 


173.0 


146.4 


136.3 


169.9 


180.0 


161.3 


150.3 


181.3 


162.9 


192.9 


214.9 


262.7 


135.4 


366.0 


J 


166.7 


199.3 


164.2 


137.3 


120.8 


174.4 


177.5 


168.8 


143.3 


180.2 


190.0 


196.8 


214.5 


262.0 


141.0 


350.7 


A 


126.5 


117.2 


147.3 


146.8 


112.4 


165.3 


171.8 


176.4 


144.2 


175.7 


132.2 


196.0 


216.1 


270.4 


135.9 


378.1 


S 


119.3 


103.4 


157.0 


136.9 


109.4 


165.8 


176.5 


171.3 


151.8 


180.7 


113.7 


201.7 


218.7 


275.7 


144.8 


385.4 





124.5 


115.0 


145.8 


139.7 


111.5 


168.2 


176.9 


170.2 


143.7 


181.5 


141.3 


200.9 


221.3 


270.6 


141.5 


383.0 


N 


149.1 


169.5 


124.9 


138.9 


116.6 


171.1 


175.5 


172.9 


147.4 


177.4 


163.2 


199.9 


219.9 


267.9 


140.7 


377.9 


D 


165.1 


189.3 


148.2 


124.9 


135.4 


170.8 


171.9 


172.8 


148.1 


173.9 


167.7 


201.1 


221.3 


263.3 


140.7 


366.5 


1970 J 


169.0 


195.3 


158.5 


115.8 


138.3 


172.5 


164.5 


170.2 


156.3 


179.2 


168.9 


201.8 


220.0 


240.3 


142.0 


321.5 


F 


173.2 


195.8 


215.2 


119.9 


138.8 


169.6 


179.8 


168.9 


145.9 


175.2 


168.4 


202.4 


223.2 


265.3 


136.9 


381.2 


M 


167.0 


187.7 


175.2 


114.2 


139.9 


165.4 


176.7 


167.0 


145.1 


173.5 


152.5 


200.4 


222.9 


249.6 


133.4 


347.1 


A 


165.8 


182.6 


189.4 


122.9 


140.4 


169.0 


171.5 


177.6 


150.4 


173.9 


160.8 


201.8 


222.1 


260.3 


128.7 


375.6 


M 


159.4 


171.8 


149.7 


126.0 


141.4 


169.1 


182.3 


183.0 


150.6 


166.7 


168.8 


194.4 


213.7 


256.3 


125.3 


364.6 


J 


169.2 


190.8 


156.9 


107.7 


146.0 


168.8 


183.6 


191.7 


144.9 


174.1 


149.9 


190.8 


218.9 


259.0 


119.8 


366.3 


J 


158.0 


181.6 


142.5 


106.4 


132.2 


163.2 


173.2 


177.9 


141.1 


166.6 


154.5 


184.9 


214.5 


253.7 


109.0 


362.5 


A 


162.4 


190.5 


206.9 


117.1 


119.0 


168.8 


172.5 


194.1 


148.1 


173.2 


151.0 


191.6 


218.8 


252.2 


108.2 


349.3 


S 


166.0 


194.5 


238.3 


116.1 


120.2 


169.1 , 


172.2, 


185.9, 


153.9, 


169.9, 


163.8 


187.5, 


214.9, 


206.5 


107.5, 


255.7 





155.2 r 


172.5 


209.5 


96.3 


123.9, 


170.4, 


1 66 . 3 , 


195.5, 


156.0, 


172.8, 


166.4 


185.4, 


211.6, 


194.4, 


108.3, 


237.8, 


N 


162.3 


186.5 


191.2 


102.5 


130.1 


169.6 


165.6 


193.0 


154.5 


163.9 


177.2 


187.1 


215.7 


190.2 


108.6 


231.3 



February, 


1971 














33 












SECTION 3 
















2-D 


omestic product by 


industry 








TABLE 2.2- 


- ConcL 






Table 


2.2: industrial pro 


duction. 


volume in 


dexes (1961 -100) 


, based or 


i the 1 960 


1 standa 


rd industrial classif 


ication - 


- concluded 






•hly 












durable manu 


facturing 










elei 
& 


:tric power, < 






trar 


sp, equipment 




electrical 


products i 


ndustries 




non-melallic rr 


lineral prod 


ucts 






motor 
vehicle 




ship- 




major 








jas 


monl 






appliances nouse> 


communi- 












water utilities 


averages 


parts & 


railroad 


building 




(electric 


hold radio 


cations 


elect. 






ready- 


glass and 








or months 


access- 


roll ing 


and 




& non- 


& T.V. 


equip- 


industrial 






mix 


glass 




electric g 


as distri- 






ories 


stock 


repair 


total 


elect.) 


receivers 


ment 


equip. 


total 


cement 


concrete 


products 


total 


power 


bution 
















base period indust 


ry weight 
















.397 


.076 


.225 


1.572 


.187 


.132 


.479 


.305 


.887 


.171 


.079 


.'.68 


Z812 


2.270 


.336 


1968 




242.9 


249.0 


164.0 


192.0 


182.9 


230.4 


238.4 


175.2 


139.1 


121.2 


173.4 


173.4 


174.4 


173.6 


211.4 


1969 




253.4 


265.3 


170.4 


210.6 


199.2 


271.1 


260.4 


185.7 


142.8 


121.9 


171.3 


174.0 


7 90.4 


189.3 


236.7 


















unadjuste 


d for seasonal variation 












1968 


A 


243.3 


238.0 


157.6 


192.4 


195.9 


227.4 


238.9 


170.8 


157.3 


158.6 


216.0 


182.1 


750.8 


160.2 


103.7 




S 


258.7 


241.5 


160.0 


204.8 


217.8 


282.9 


248.2 


173.6 


158. 1 


163.1 


217.6 


182.6 


755.3 


163.0 


122.7 







268.1 


236.7 


155.1 


207.4 


207.0 


320.1 


249.2 


174.0 


156.3 


153.3 


238.3 


167.9 


769.7 


174.7 


158.8 




N 


269.7 


239.5 


160.3 


214.2 


215.9 


350.6 


252.4 


177.7 


146.9 


122.3 


188.6 


178.5 


788.4 


187.1 


236.2 




D 


269.9 


243.5 


156.8 


201.8 


172.6 


279.4 


252.1 


177.6 


122.1 


87.7 


105.8 


178.1 


207.0 


199.4 


308.3 


1969 


J 


260.6 


243.6 


164.7 


196.5 


181.9 


205.7 


253.3 


176.5 


111.9 


59.5 


85.9 


171.1 


222.2 


205.0 


397.6 




F 


255.9 


251.3 


176.3 


209.1 


210.4 


296.9 


254.0 


177.9 


119.8 


76.1 


114.4 


165.5 


218.7 


202.0 


388.2 




M 


255.2 


264.7 


183.9 


206.9 


210.0 


270.1 


250.8 


180.9 


127.5 


95.3 


122.6 


168.2 


203. 9 


194.6 


314.2 




A 


251.7 


269.8 


182.0 


203.7 


204.6 


248.1 


248.6 


179.1 


134.3 


117.4 


146.8 


153.8 


797.6 


186.1 


268.9 




M 


253.8 


273.4 


192.2 


208.9 


210.2 


240.0 


260.9 


184.5 


151.0 


135.3 


200.3 


176.3 


777.6 


181.2 


184.5 




J 


238.5 


270.6 


181.9 


217.3 


233.6 


262.2 


266.4 


188.4 


160.2 


161.1 


204.7 


186.6 


768.4 


175.4 


146.9 




J 


237.2 


261.5 


171.9 


188.1 


136.7 


163.3 


251.9 


181.8 


155.2 


159.6 


205.9 


170.0 


759.5 


169.1 


114.6 




A 


251.6 


278.2 


167.6 


209.8 


179.3 


275.6 


263.1 


184.8 


160.8 


164.1 


222.7 


178.8 


762.0 


172.2 


114.2 




S 


268.4 


291.3 


167.5 


226.5 


240.6 


333.1 


268.9 


193.5 


160.4 


149.6 


218.3 


185.6 


770.5 


179.5 


135.7 







263.0 


244.6 


156.0 


223.5 


207.5 


340.3 


269.5 


193.8 


157.8 


135.8 


229.3 


182.8 


784.6 


189.6 


185.5 




N 


254.1 


265.9 


153.4 


228.4 


216.6 


362.1 


269.4 


196.1 


151.2 


125.3 


191.5 


178.7 


204. 7 


202.4 


262.2 




D 


250.9 


268.8 


147.5 


2 08.5 


159.1 


255.7 


268.0 


191.2 


123.3 


83.7 


112.8 


170.5 


227.8 


214.5 


328.2 


1970 


J 


224.6 


249.8 


144.7 


200.9 


161.1 


214.7 


261.3 


183.0 


111.2 


71. 1 


74.2 


165.3 


243.2 


227.6 


418.2 




F 


226.2 


276.2 


151.2 


212.7 


200.1 


259.0 


265.5 


191.9 


116.9 


80.0 


97.4 


162.7 


240.5 


224.4 


417.1 




M 


228.0 


253.4 


157.9 


203.5 


176.1 


198.2 


266.4 


187.7 


122.5 


85.1 


102.2 


186.8 


223.7 


212.2 


359.4 




A 


230.2 


256.9 


157.0 


203.7 


176.3 


206.1 


266.5 


184.8 


126.9 


109.9 


121.8 


168.8 


212.3 


204.7 


313.9 




M 


236.1 


273.5 


150.7 


195.7 


143.0 


196.4 


263.1 


183.4 


133.2 


124.3 


156.3 


166.6 


797.8 


195.5 


204.3 




J 


251.4 


234.6 


157.4 


197.3 


158.1 


189. 1 


260.2 


184.8 


147.4 


140.5 


197.2 


176.0 


783. 7 


192.0 


154.7 




J 


227.4 


257.6 


154. 1 


175.3 


104.8 


98.4 


248.9 


181.9 


145.2 


154.8 


197.3 


168.5 


777.6 


183.3 


117.3 




A 


255.7 


280.8 


156.2 


198.8 


149.4 


229.2 


261.9 


176.1 


147.8 


156.4 


205.1 


166.3 


774.4 


186.5 


119.2 




S 


235. 8 r 


247. 8r 


156.9, 


208. 9 r 


168.7 


283.4 


267. Or 


176. 5r 


150.4r 


149.5 


220.7 


166. 4r 


182.6 


192.4 


147.4 







205. 8r 


272. 6 r 


148.2r 


210. 5r 


190.3 


292.1 r 


260.2 r 


179.2, 


154. Or 


156.1 


227. 8r 


1 64 . 4 r 


798.6 


204.6 


199.0 




N 


205.1 


267.9 


133.1 


206.6 


183.7 


323.7 


242.6 


178.4 


142.8 


136.2 


201.7 


158.7 


220.0 


219.5 


276.3 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 A 


244.0 


245.4 


156.2 


193.9 


198.2 


241.9 


239.9 


171.2 


141.0 


123.9 


171.1 


181.8 


177.9 


175.3 


228.4 


S 


247.3 


235.3 


158.1 


195.0 


184.0 


245.7 


244.8 


169.4 


140.8 


124.5 


165.6 


178.0 


776.7 


174.8 


222.1 


O 


258.5 


228.6 


154.0 


194.9 


183.6 


242.4 


245.5 


170.6 


140.1 


123.7 


172.8 


168.0 


778.5 


177.9 


215.9 


N 


257.6 


225.1 


156.3 


199.5 


196.7 


254.2 


246.3 


173.4 


141.1 


119.9 


165.5 


177.3 


779.7 


178.2 


223.4 


D 


257.8 


234.1 


159.1 


200.7 


192.8 


258.7 


248.2 


174.5 


136.3 


118.5 


149.1 


179.7 


786.7 


186.2 


227.7 


1969 J 


260.2 


241. 1 


175.4 


201.2 


191.1 


247.1 


250.8 


179.3 


138.6 


107.6 


172.2 


175.7 


784.6 


183.1 


231.3 


F 


260.2 


257.8 


178.7 


207.7 


196.6 


286.0 


254.5 


180.7 


142.9 


123.7 


178.3 


172.0 


785. 7 


184.0 


229.2 


M 


257.1 


263.1 


177.5 


210.6 


206.6 


311.3 


251.1 


183.2 


145.1 


131.4 


176.1 


173.3 


785.4 


185.0 


224.5 


A 


250.7 


273.4 


176.6 


208.6 


207.8 


279.7 


249.8 


182.8 


142.9 


131.0 


174.4 


157.8 


786.6 


186.7 


223.0 


M 


254.7 


265.7 


183.3 


213.3 


213.9 


269.3 


262.2 


186.8 


144.2 


121.6 


172.4 


175.9 


786.6 


187.2 


219.6 


J 


241.9 


271.8 


175.1 


217.2 


219.1 


284.8 


266.6 


186.3 


142.8 


123.8 


168.7 


177.5 


788.0 


187.4 


229.6 


J 


258.5 


259.7 


185.0 


212.5 


215.1 


260.6 


267.1 


183.5 


143.5 


128.4 


171.2 


170.6 


792.3 


190.2 


246.7 


A 


254.1 


283.9 


165.7 


211.2 


186.1 


270.6 


266.1 


185.8 


144.3 


127.2 


176.0 


178.7 


797.7 


189.4 


246.3 


S 


257.3 


287.5 


164.1 


213.3 


201.4 


265.7 


265.3 


189.0 


143.4 


116.8 


169.5 


179.3 


7 94.7 


192.9 


247.5 


O 


252.2 


250.4 


156.6 


210.9 


186.0 


259.4 


265.3 


190.3 


141.9 


112.2 


168.1 


179.6 


796.3 


194.0 


253.8 


N 


247.4 


262.9 


153.3 


212.4 


189.7 


268.0 


263.1 


191.3 


143.5 


121.4 


169.8 


175.7 


796. 7 


194.3 


250.0 


D 


246.7 


266.5 


154.0 


208.2 


177.1 


250.6 


263.6 


189.2 


140.0 


117.7 


159.4 


170.8 


797.4 


197.3 


239.7 


1970 J 


224.4 


246.6 


154.1 


205.6 


169.3 


259.3 


258.5 


186.0 


138.1 


128.6 


148.7 


169.9 


202.0 


202.5 


243.1 


F 


230.3 


282.7 


153.2 


211.2 


185.2 


249.3 


265.7 


194.9 


139.3 


130.5 


151.5 


169.1 


203.9 


204.4 


246.5 


M 


229.8 


251.2 


152.7 


206.5 


173.4 


228.6 


267.0 


190.2 


138.1 


117.5 


147.1 


192.6 


203.0 


201.7 


256.7 


A 


229.8 


260.3 


152.4 


208.2 


179.2 


232.1 


267.9 


188.8 


134.6 


122.2 


144.3 


173.3 


206.4 


205.3 


260.5 


M 


237.3 


265.8 


143.6 


199.5 


146.0 


220.4 


264.4 


185.6 


127.6 


111.9 


134.2 


166.3 


202.7 


202.0 


252.3 


J 


255.2 


235.5 


151.4 


197.2 


148.2 


205.2 


260.2 


182.8 


131.1 


107.8 


156.5 


167.5 


205.0 


205.0 


249.5 


J 


236.8 


255.5 


165.9 


196.1 


165.1 


179.0 


263.9 


183.6 


134.4 


124.6 


164.3 


169.2 


206. 7 


206.2 


251.7 


A 


257.2 


275.3 


154.4 


200.3 


155.0 


225.4 


265.4 


177.0 


132.6 


121.0 


162.2 


166.2 


205.9 


205.1 


256.3 


S 


225. 7r 


244. 9 r 


153.5, 


198. Or 


141.2 


225.6 


263.5 


172. 4r 


133. 9r 


116.4 


171.2 


160. 6r 


208.4 


206.7 


267.1 


O 


197. 2r 


278. 9r 


149.0, 


199.3r 


170.7 


222. 8r 


256.1 r 


176. Or 


136. 8r 


129.3 


167. Or 


161. 3, 


211.4 


209.4 


272.9 


N 


199.9 


265.6 


138.6 


191.9 


165.5 


228.0 


237.0 


174.0 


135.4 


132.1 


178.8 


156.0 


211.3 


210.7 


263.4 



34 



TABLE 3-1. Financial Flows Matrix, Second Quarter 1970 



Transaction category 



Sector 



I. 
Persons 



Unincorporated 
business 



III. 

Non-financial 

private 
corporations 



IV. 

Non-financial 

government 

enterprises 



The monetary 
authorities 



Gross domestic saving 

Residual error of estimate, income and expenditure accounts 

Capital consumption allowances and miscellaneous valuation 

adjustments 

Net domestic saving 

Non-financial capital acquisition 

Residual error of estimate, income and expenditure accounts 

Gross fixed capital formation 

Value of physical change in inventories 

Net purchases of existing and intangible assets 

Net lending or borrowing (1100- 1500) 

Net financial investment (2100-3100) 

Net increase in financial assets 

Official international reserves: 

Official holdings of gold and foreign exchange 

International Monetary Fund, general account 

Special Drawing Rights 

Currency and deposits: 

Currency and bank deposits 

Deposits in other institutions 

Foreign currency and deposits 

Receivables: 

Consumer credit 

Trade 

Loans: 

Bank loans 

Other loans 

Government of Canada treasury bills 

Finance company and other short-term commercial paper 

Mortgages 

Bonds: 

Government of Canada bonds 

Provincial government bonds 

Municipal government bonds 

Other Canadian bonds 

Life insurance and pensions 

Claims on associated enterprises: 

Non-corporate 

Corporate 1 

Government 

Stocks' 

Foreign investments 

Other financial assets 

Official monetary reserve offsets 

Net increase in liabilities 

Official international reserves: 

Official holdings of gold and foreign exchange 

International Monetary Fund, general account 

Special Drawing Rights 

Currency and Deposits: 

Currency and bank deposits 

Deposits in other institutions 

Foreign currency and deposits 

Payables: 

Consumer credit 

Trade 

Loans: 

Bank loans 

Other loans 

Government of Canada treasury bills 

Finance company and other short-term commercial paper 

Mortgages 

Bonds: 

Government of Canada bonds 

Provincial government bonds 

Municipal government bonds 

Other Canadian bonds 

Life insurance and pensions 

Claims on associated enterprises: 

Non-corporate 

Corporate 1 

Government 

Stocks 1 

Foreign investments 

Other liabilities 

Official monetary reserve offsets 

Discrepancy (1900-2000) 



780 



780 
229 



229 

1,009 

7 
73 



1,412 
323 
269 



406 

38 

15 

228 

473 

1,467 



337 
19 



80 



346 
426 



1.002 



millions of dollars 
864 1,816 



817 
47 



1,015 



875 
140 



151 
151 
219 



223 
68 



615 



43 
207 



534 



1,467 



1, 193 
623 



2,070 



1 


881 

54 

135 


- 


254 


- 


87 


1 


230 



54 
26 
15 

3 

591 



10 



234 

23 

5 

393 



1,317 



136 



246 
38 



161 
46 



279 

149 

19 
243 

- 167 



232 



165 
67 



550 



591 
41 



318 

128 

39 



22 

6 

95 



- 35 



12 
3 
5 



10 

21 
1 
1 



1 

19 



89 



- 14 



104 
3 



3 
77 



149 

12 

190 



1 Total changes in category 3512 plus 3520 is equal to the change in category 2512 plus 2520. 



- 35 - 



TABLE 3-1. Financial Flows Matrix, Second Quarter 1970 



Sector 




VI 1. 

Chartered 

banks 


VI 2. 

Other 

lending 

institutions 


VII. 

Insurance 

companies 

and 

pension 

funds 


VIII. 

Other 

private 

financial 

institutions 


IX. 

Public 

financial 

institutions 


X. 

Federal 
government 


XI. 

Provincial 

and 

municipal 

governments 


XII. 

Social 

security 

funds 


XIII. 

Rest of 
the world 


XIV. 

Residual 
error of 

estimate, 
income and 
expenditure 

accounts 


Total 


Category 
No. 










millions of dollars 












55 


38 


36 


31 


19 


123 


855 


342 


- 170 


- 383 


4,638 


1100 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 383 


383 


1101 


8 


7 


4 


-- 


-- 


57 


237 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,488 


1200 


47 


31 


32 


31 


19 


66 


618 


342 


- 170 


- 


2,533 


1400 


" 


9 


18 


1 


7 


87 


666 


- 


42 


384 


4,638 


1500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


- 


384 


384 


1501 


17 


8 


12 




3 


78 


625 


— 


— 


— 


4,091 


1600 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


10 




— 


— 


— 


163 


1700 


-- 


1 


6 


1 


4 


1 


41 


- 


42 


- 


- 


1800 


38 


29 


18 


30 


12 


36 


189 


342 


- 212 


- 767 


- 


1900 


- 12 


27 


18 


30 


- 26 


69 


154 


342 


- 246 


- 


- 


2000 


846 


536 


537 


170 


306 


244 


560 


342 


572 


- 


5,972 


2100 
2210 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


762 


2211 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


8 


2212 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


11 


2213 
2310 


7 


18 


1 


72 


17 


- 466 


98 


— 


40 


— 


1, 153 


2311 


— 


- 5 


3 


- 2 


49 


— 


54 


— 


4 


— 


450 


2312 


— 


55 




15 


— 


1 


7 


— 


— 


- 


315 


2313 
2320 


165 


152 


32 


- 10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


346 


2321 


— 


— 


42 


- 50 


5 


1 


21 


— 


— 


— 


575 


2322 
2330 


- 310 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


310 


2331 


— 


24 


1 


45 


95 


90 


5 


— 


122 


— 


359 


2332 


436 


- 17 


- 2 


23 


-- 


1 


-- 


— 


- 6 


— 


410 


2340 


— 


13 


26 


- 7 


3 


-- 


— 


— 


136 


— 


129 


2350 


37 


259 


87 


41 


51 


5 


51 


— 


— 


- 


578 


2410 
2420 


227 


- 77 


26 


43 


11 


- 112 


- 8 


1 


- 139 


— 


332 


2421 


9 


7 


105 


35 


27 


- 5 


24 


253 


18 


— 


456 


2422 


1 


14 


18 


- 4 


5 


2 


25 


— 


1 


— 


74 


2423 


- 60 


20 


76 


4 


14 


1 


2 


— 


55 


— 


329 


2424 


— 


" 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


473 


2430 
2510 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 1.467 


2511 


9 


31 


1 


- 7 


— 


— 


— 


— 


224 


— 


493 


2512 


— 


— 


— 


— 


9 


981 


44 


85 


— 


— 


1. 159 


2513 


— 


- 2 


95 


38 


8 


-- 


7 


— 


- 75 


— 


243 


2520 


— 


- 30 


25 


- 72 


— 




-- 


— 


— 


— 


53 


2530 


341 


74 


1 


6 


12 


- 255 


244 


3 


200 


— 


927 


2610 
2700 


858 


509 


519 


140 


332 


175 


406 




818 


- 


5,972 


3100 
3210 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


762 


— 


762 


3211 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8 


— 


8 


3212 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


11 


— 


11 


3213 
3310 


855 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1. 153 


3311 


— 


434 


— 


1 


14 


1 


— 


— 


— 


— 


450 


3312 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 315 


— 


315 


3313 
3320 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


346 


3321 


— 


1 


- 4 


- 38 


5 


- 143 


17 


— 


— 


— 


575 


3322 
3330 


— 


- 28 


— 


59 


6 


— 


- 106 


— 


— 


— 


310 


3331 


-- 


- 37 


— 


- 4 


5 


- 8 


76 


— 


85 


— 


359 


3332 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


410 


— 


— 


— 


— 


410 


3340 


— 


- 35 


— 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


129 


3350 


— 


- 1 


— 






— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


578 


3410 
3420 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 329 


— 


— 


— 


— 


332 


3421 


— 


— 


— 


— 


43 


— 


336 


— 


— 


— 


456 


3422 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74 


— 


— 


— 


74 


3423 


-- 


33 


— 


16 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


— 


329 


3424 


- 


— 


435 


— 


— 


38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


473 


3430 
3510 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 1.467 


3511 


— 


74 


14 


- 2 


— 


— 


— 


— 


20 


— 


255 


3512 


— 


— 


— 


— 


239 


28 


9 


— 


— 


— 


1, 159 


3513 


1 


18 


- 1 


- 42 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5 


3520 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


- 53 


— 


53 


3530 


2 


50. 


75 


147 


20 


179 


1 


: 


300 


I 


927 


3610 
3700 


50 


2 


- 


- 


38 


- 33 


35 


- 


34 


- 767 


- 


4000 



























Source: Financial Flow Accounts (13-002), DBS. For more details see (13-530), DBS. 



SECTION 3 












36 












February, 1971 


TABLES 4. 


and 4. 2 








4 — Balance of international payments 
















Table 4.1: 


Canadian 


balance 


of international payments, current account. 


all countries (million dollars 


) 




years 






current 


merchandise 


rade' 


non-merchandise transactions 


gold 
production 
available 


travel expenditures 




























quarters 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


exports 


imports 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


for export 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


1968r 


17,184 


17,291 


-107 


13,537 


12,162 


1,375 


3,647 


5,129 


-1,482 


120 


978 


1,008 


- 30 


1969r 


18,922 


19,713 


-791 


14,874 


13,987 


887 

unadjusted fo 


4,048 
seasona 


5,726 
variation 


1,678 


108 


1,074 


1,292 


-218 


1968 4 


4,501 


4,709 


-208 


3,667 


3,409 


258 


834 


1,300 


-466 


28 


128 


171 


- 43 


1969 1 


4,212 


4,485 


-273 


3,467 


3,226 


241 


745 


1,259 


-514 


31 


86 


268 


-182 


2 


4,823 


5,157 


-334 


3,809 


3,706 


103 


1,014 


1,451 


-437 


28 


250 


341 


- 91 


3 


4,873 


4,867 


6 


3,545 


3,303 


242 


1,328 


1,564 


-236 


27 


581 


476 


105 


4 


5,014 


5,204 


-190 


4,053 


3,752 


301 


961 


1,452 


-491 


22 


157 


207 


- 50 


1970 1 


4,806 


4,765 


41 


3,936 


3,303 


633 


870 


1,462 


-592 


25 


107 


2 99 


-192 


2 


5,662 


5,416 


246 


4,525 


3,862 


663 


1,137 


1,554 


-417 


26 


2 92 


373 


- 81 


3 


5,570 


5,102 


468 


4,048 


3,317 


731 

adjusted for 


1,522 

seasonal 


1,785 

variation 


-263 


22 


641 


552 


89 


1968 4 


4,483 


4,594 


-111 


3,560 


3,277 


283 


923 


1,317 


-394 


30 


238 


262 


- 24 


1969 1 


4,688 


4,853 


-165 


3,718 


3,483 


235 


970 


1,370 


-400 


30 


255 


304 


- 49 


2 


4,625 


4,844 


-219 


3,614 


3,422 


192 


1,011 


1,422 


-411 


28 


268 


323 


- 55 


3 


4,635 


4,914 


-279 


3,637 


3,468 


169 


998 


1,446 


-448 


27 


263 


343 


- 80 


4 


4,974 


5,102 


-128 


3,905 


3,614 


291 


1,069 


1,488 


-419 


23 


288 


322 


- 34 


1970 1 


5,405 


5,141 


264 


4,263 


3,558 


705 


1,142 


1,583 


-441 


24 


317 


335 


- 18 


2 


5,402 


5,093 


309 


4,266 


3,572 


694 


1,136 


1,521 


-385 


26 


314 


352 


- 38 


3 


5,323 


5,156 


167 


4,158 


3,509 


649 


1,165 


1,647 


-482 


22 


288 


396 


-108 


years 


interest and divid 


ends 


freight and sh 


pping 


inheritances and migrants'funds 


official 
contribu- 


other 


current transactions 5 




























quarters 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


receipts 


payment: 


balance 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


tions 2 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


1968, 


353 


1,259 


-906 


891 


931 


-40 


370 


209 


161 


133 


935 


1,589 


-654 


1969r 


414 


1,345 


-931 


936 


991 


-55 

unodjusted fo 


363 

r seasona 


194 
variation 


169 


144 


1,153 


1,760 


-607 


1968 4 


122 


387 


-265 


238 


253 


-15 


85 


52 


33 


29 


233 


408 


-175 


1969 1 


88 


298 


-210 


203 


207 


- 4 


62 


40 


22 


16 


275 


430 


-155 


2 


112 


318 


-206 


241 


267 


-26 


100 


44 


56 


49 


283 


432 


-149 


3 


85 


2 94 


-209 


235 


251 


-16 


109 


58 


51 


46 


291 


439 


-148 


4 


129 


435 


-306 


257 


266 


- 9 


92 


52 


40 


33 


304 


459 


-155 


1970 1 


112 


388 


-276 


234 


225 


9 


72 


42 


30 


31 


320 


477 


-157 


2 


121 


352 


-231 


270 


262 


8 


101 


49 


52 


42 


327 


476 


-149 


3 


123 


353 


-230 


274 


265 


9 


122 


62 


60 


79 


340 


474 


-134 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 4 


95 


308 


-213 


228 


243 


-15 


93 


49 


44 


(2) 


239 


455 


-216 


1969 1 


97 


325 


-228 


230 


241 


-11 


88 


48 


40 


(2) 


270 


452 


-182 


2 


115 


335 


-220 


235 


256 


-21 


90 


48 


42 


(2) 


275 


460 


-185 


3 


103 


333 


-230 


225 


239 


-14 


86 


49 


37 


(2) 


2 94 


482 


-188 


4 


99 


352 


-253 


246 


255 


- 9 


99 


49 


50 


(2) 


314 


510 


-196 


1970 1 


124 


419 


-295 


264 


261 


3 


100 


51 


49 


(2) 


313 


517 


-204 


2 


123 


368 


-245 


264 


251 


13 


91 


53 


38 


(2) 


318 


497 


-179 


3 


150 


397 


-247 


262 


252 


10 


98 


52 


46 


(2) 


345 


550 


-205 



'Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation and timing adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments. 'Included with other current payments. 
'Includes government transactions, n.i.e., personal and institutional remittances, miscellaneous income, insurance transactions and business services. Source: 
Annual and Quarterly Estimates of The Canadian Balonce of International Payments (67-201 and 67-001), D. B. S. 



Table 4.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, country distribution (million dollars) 



United States 



United Kingdom 



all other countries 



years 

or current non-mer- current non-mer- current non-mer- 

quarters total total account trade chandise total total account trade chandise total total account trade chandise 

receipts payments balance balonce balance receipts payments balance balance balance receipts payments bolonce balance balance 



1968 


11,589 


12,390 


-801 


249 


-1 , 050 


1,620 


1,154 


466 


558 


- 92 


3,975 


3,747 


228 


568 


-340 


1969r 


13,180 

'revised) 


13,950 


-770 
(revised) 


396 


-1,166 

(revised) 


1,650 


1,313 


337 


334 


3 


4,092 


4,450 


-358 


157 


-515 


1968 4 


3,071 


3,359 


-288 


67 


-355 


396 


299 


97 


122 


- 25 


1,034 


1,051 


- 17 


69 


- 86 


1969 1 


2,927 


3,324 


-397 


9 


-906 


401 


273 


128 


117 


11 


884 


888 


- 4 


115 


-119 


2 


3,328 


3,647 


-319 


1 


-320 


422 


361 


61 


59 


2 


1,073 


1,149 


- 76 


43 


-119 


3 


3,388 


3,293 


95 


155 


- 60 


411 


374 


37 


69 


- 32 


1,074 


1,200 


-126 


18 


-144 


4 


3,537 


3,686 


-149 


231 


-380 


416 


305 


111 


89 


22 


1,061 


1,213 


-152 


- 19 


-133 


1970 1 


3, 151 


3,435 


-284 


177 


-461 


475 


292 


183 


167 


16 


1,180 


1,038 


142 


289 


-147 


2 


3,699 


3,802 


-103 


195 


-298 


569 


358 


211 


214 


- 3 


1,394 


1,256 


138 


254 


-116 


3 


3,601 


3,379 


222 


245 


- 23 


530 


387 


143 


187 


- 44 


1,439 


1,336 


103 


299 


-196 



February, 1971 



37 SECTION 3 

4 — Balance of international payments TABLE 4. 3 

Table 4. 3: Canadian balance of international payments, capital account, "'all countries (million dollars) 



Canadian stocks 



trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 



new issues of Canadian bonds 



years 



direct investment trade 

in out- new 





in Canada 


abroad 


standing 


issu< 


1968 


590 


-225 


114 


67 


1969 


655 


-255 


53 


213 


1968 4 


175 


-111 


54 


21 


1969 1 


156 


- 52 


37 


73 


2 


233 


-103 


44 


83 


3 


79 


- 25 


- 4 


39 


4 


187 


- 75 


-24 


18 


1970 1 


200 


-150 


- 4 


36 


2 


155 


- 15 


-83 


8 


3 


110 


20 


-37 


11 



govern- 
ment of 



govern- 
ment of 



corpo- 



yjru- niuuii-i" (_«j|pu- iiiciii ui pi u- ^ui(ju- 

vincial 2 pal ration total Canada 2 vincial 2 municipal ration total 



179 
265 

75 
110 
126 

35 
- 6 

32 
-75 

26 



-18 
24 

11 

6 

11 

7 

2 

-20 

- 5 



-33 
-13 



6 

- 6 
-12 

- 1 
3 

- 2 

- 6 



-7 
-6 

-1 
-3 
-1 
-1 
-1 
-1 
-3 
-3 



-12 
- 3 



-10 
1 

- 2 

- 1 

- 3 



-70 


288 


852 


124 


586 


1,850 


2 


34 


1,068 


181 


571 


1,854 


7 


24 


188 


31 


102 


345 


17 


16 


335 


17 


175 


543 


■ 6 


9 


206 


95 


123 


433 


12 


5 


329 


21 


171 


526 


3 


4 


198 


48 


102 


352 


4 


2 


259 


50 


188 


499 


•26 


8 


62 


20 


110 


200 


■17 


8 


186 


5 


94 


293 

























government of 
































Canada 


oans and 










years 




retirements of Canad 


an bonds 






fore 


gn securities 


subscriptions 


Columbia 








































quarters 


govern- 










total 


trade 










River 






total 






ment of 


pro- 




corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


new 


retire- 




repay- 


Treaty 


export 


other 


long-term 






Canada 2 


vincial 2 


municipal 


ration 


total 


bonds 


standing 


issues 


ments 


advances 


ments 


(net) 


credits 


long-term 


capital 


1968 




-58 


-76 


-60 


-233 


-426 


1,354 


M20 


-77 


30 


-48 


5 


88 


29 


182 


1,654 


1969 




-83 


-93 


-88 


-131 


-395 


1,461 


114 


-43 


35 


-59 


22 


32 


- 9 


69 


2,257 


1968 


4 


-18 


-26 


-23 


- 49 


-115 


237 


-105 


-29 


8 


-17 


_ 


88 


-15 


91 


367 


1969 


1 


- 


-40 


-15 


- 29 


- 84 


476 


- 50 


-11 


11 


-11 


- 


- 


-13 


-56 


560 




2 


-49 


-17 


-14 


- 43 


-123 


304 


- 6 


-21 


19 


-16 


2 


- 


-30 


51 


532 




3 


- 9 


-19 


-10 


- 15 


- 53 


461 


65 


- 5 


2 


-12 


- 


- 


7 


- 8 


596 




4 


-25 


-17 


-49 


- 44 


-135 


220 


105 


- 6 


3 


-20 


20 


32 


27 


82 


569 


1970 


1 


- 3 


-31 


-23 


- 30 


- 87 


416 


116 


- 5 


3 


-25 


- 


- 


12 


57 


655 




2 


-126 


-49 


-17 


- 47 


-239 


-65 


82 


- 5 


2 


-59 


7 


- 


-34 


- 4 


-11 




3 


-13 


- 9 


-13 


- 14 


- 49 


227 


- 20 


-12 


2 


-35 


- 


- 


-60 


-53 


153 

































off 


cial 












nor 


-resident 


holdings o 
















monetary 
in the 


movements 
form of: 












other 






































or 








govern- 






finance 










total 




cation of 


official 




quarters 


foreign 


Cana- 


ment 




finance 


company 


com- 






all other 


short- 


net 


Special 


inter- 


official 






currency 


dian $ 


demand 


treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


other 




trans- 


term 


capital 


Drawing 


national 


monetary 






deposits 3 


deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


total 


actions 4 


capital 


movement 


Rights' 


reserves 


liabilities 


1968 




- 40 


70 


21 


48 


-132 


19 


1 


-2 


376 


-822 


-1 , 1 98 


456 




350 


- 1 


1969 




-1,604 


60 


-34 


35 


176 


116 


42 


-3 


1,104 


-189 


-1,401 


856 




65 


- 


1968 


4 


-142 


54 


27 


13 


_ 


34 


-1 


9 


- 6 


178 


172 


539 




331 


_ 


1969 


1 


-156 


-11 


- 2 


13 


159 


23 


-1 


-2 


23 


-348 


-325 


235 




- 38 


- 




2 


-568 


25 


-30 


-10 


71 


28 


23 


-21 


-482 


230 


-252 


280 




- 54 


- 




3 


-621 


- 4 


1 


13 


- 71 


3 


-15 


- 5 


-699 


92 


-607 


- 11 




- 5 


- 




4 


-259 


50 


- 3 


19 


17 


62 


35 


25 


54 


-163 


-217 


352 




162 


- 


1970 


1 


206 


31 


- 2 


- 9 


- 75 


-52 


7 


-1 


105 


^107 


-302 


353 


133 


527 


- 




2 


- 5 


36 


27 


-6 


174 


74 


-7 


-29 


264 


282 


546 


535 




781 


- 




3 


-437 


5 


1 


-44 


75 


-40 


-20 


18 


-442 


47 


-395 


-242 




225 





'A minus sign except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada, includes guaranteed issues. 3 Bank balances and 

other short-term funds abroad (excluding official reserves), includes changes in loans and accounts receivable and payable, and also balancing item representing 
difference between direct measurements of current and capital accounts. 'Canada's Special Drawing Rights are shown for the first quarter 1970. SOR's were issued 
January 1, 1970 by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to member countries participating in the agreement. Sources for above tables: Annual and Quarterly 

Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-201 and 67-001), D. B. S. 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 1 


Table 


: woqes 


and salaries. 


by province 


ba 


sed on th 


38 

e 1960 stand 


3rd industr 


al classification (million 


d 


F 
allars) 


ebruary, 1971 


years 

or 
months 


Newfound- 
land 


Prince 
Edward 
Island 


Nova Scotia 


New 
Brunswick 




Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatchewan 


Alberta 




British 
Columbia 


Canada' 


1968 
1969 


502 
550 


93 
103 


912 
1,046 


737 
830 




9,887 
10,911 


15,313 
17,243 


1,577 
1,774 


1,108 
1,179 


2,475 
2,910 




3,738 
4,288 


36,458 
40, 969 



1968 



1969 



1970 



M.C.D. 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



s 


44.6 


8.6 


80.5 


64.3 


864.7 


1,342.9 


139.0 


96.3 


214.8 


328.8 


3,194.7 





44.6 


8.1 


79.3 


63.6 


863.7 


1,353.3 


139.8 


96.9 


212.3 


327.1 


3,198.8 


N 


43.8 


8.1 


79.7 


63.6 


868.7 


1,361.0 


139.1 


96.3 


217.4 


331.4 


3,219.1 


D 


41.6 


8.2 


79.7 


62.8 


848.3 


1,335.3 


135.2 


94.2 


214.0 


319.2 


3,148.5 


J 


41.5 


7.4 


78.6 


63.8 


847.0 


1,344.0 


133.4 


91.4 


214.7 


313.7 


3,145.9 


F 


42.4 


7.5 


82.3 


64.0 


849.8 


1,355.7 


136.0 


93.3 


225.0 


327.8 


3,194.5 


M 


42.7 


7.6 


81.9 


64.1 


856.0 


1,365.3 


137.7 


93.2 


227.3 


333.9 


3,220.3 


A 


42.4 


7.7 


82.7 


63.8 


869.8 


1,391.9 


139.8 


94.5 


227.3 


340.6 


3,271.0 


M 


44.1 


8.6 


84.9 


66.2 


899.2 


1,422.0 


144. 1 


98.2 


235.9 


353.3 


3,367.3 


J 


47.0 


9.3 


89.4 


70.4 


920.4 


1,461.0 


158.3 


102.4 


249.1 


362.6 


3,481.2 


J 


48.9 


9.9 


92.4 


72.7 


923.7 


1,470.4 


155.8 


103.6 


257.2 


370.6 


3,517.5 


A 


49.0 


9.9 


91.4 


73.6 


944.9 


1,463.5 


156.2 


104.3 


257.9 


377.2 


3,539.6 


S 


50.1 


9.4 


92.1 


73.8 


950.6 


1,485.5 


155.9 


102.5 


256.1 


381.5 


3,569.5 





48.7 


9.1 


90.7 


72.6 


949.7 


1,484.3 


154.5 


100.4 


253.2 


375.4 


3,550.0 


N 


47.7 


8.7 


90.9 


73.3 


959.6 


1,506.4 


152.5 


98.4 


255.7 


379.6 


3,584.6 


D 


45.1 


8.5 


88.4 


71.9 


940.3 


1,492.6 


149.6 


97.1 


250.4 


372.3 


3,527.6 


J 


45.1 


8.2 


88.2 


70.3 


935.6 


1,487.8 


149.0 


94.0 


250.4 


375.5 


3,514.7 


F 


45.9 


8.1 


88.9 


70.4 


927.7 


1,501.4 


150.0 


95.0 


252.7 


380.2 


3,532.2 


M 


47.1 


8.2 


88.6 


70.1 


931.5 


1,508.9 


152.1 


95.3 


253.4 


385.5 


3,552.5 


A 


46.6 


8.3 


91.9 


70.7 


942.7 


1,525.7 


152.9 


95.8 


255.3 


386.1 


3,588.0 


M 


49.1 


9.1 


94.5 


74.0 


953.1 


1,573.7 


157.4 


99.0 


264.6 


378.9 


3,665.4 


J 


53.4 


10.1 


97.0 


77.1 


996.3 


1,617.8 


162.7 


103.6 


272.1 


384.6 


3,787.0 


J 


55.2 


10.4 


98.7 


77.4 


989.5 


1,610.0 


164.1 


104.8 


279.4 


390.1 


3,792.2 


A 


55.6 


10.8 


95.6 


78.5 


994.5 


1,622.0 


165.9 


105.5 


281.2 


402.9 


3,825.1 


Sr 


55.6 


10.2 


99.4 


78.8 


1,010.4 


1,627.9 


165.7 


105.6 


282.7 


406.3 


3,855.2 


Op 


55.2 


9.9 


99.7 


78.9 


1,013.6 


1,622.1 


165.4 


105.4 


281.8 


413.6 


3,853.8 


Nt 


54.1 


9.6 


99.3 


78.5 


1,011.7 


1,624.0 


164.2 


103.7 


276.9 


409.0 


3,844.7 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 S 


41.2 


8.0 


78.1 


61.6 


838.3 


1,316.9 


134.3 


92.5 


208.9 


316.9 


3,110.8 


O 


42.5 


7.8 


78.3 


62.2 


841.7 


1,329.7 


135.9 


94.0 


210.6 


322.6 


3,133.5 


N 


43.0 


8.1 


79.3 


63.3 


855.8 


1,343.7 


138.1 


95.4 


217.2 


331.1 


3,182.7 


D 


43.8 


8.6 


81.0 


64.3 


861.3 


1,345.5 


138.4 


96.9 


220.6 


332.5 


3,205.3 


1969 J 


45.1 


8.3 


81.8 


66.1 


876.3 


1,380.9 


139.5 


97.8 


222.5 


330.1 


3,251.0 


F 


45.8 


8.4 


86.4 


67.2 


884.1 


1,398.0 


142.0 


98.7 


229.4 


338.9 


3,308.5 


M 


46.7 


8.5 


85.0 


67.1 


889.2 


1,402.1 


143.2 


98.5 


231.6 


343.7 


3,317.7 


A 


45.5 


8.5 


84.8 


67.4 


891.0 


1,411.1 


144.6 


98.3 


235.5 


346.9 


3,346.6 


M 


45.0 


8.2 


84.3 


67.4 


896.2 


1,419.3 


144.5 


97.4 


238.4 


352.4 


3,356.7 


J 


44.3 


8.6 


86.4 


68.0 


900.2 


1,431.3 


153.0 


97.3 


241.3 


352.7 


3,398.5 


J 


45.0 


8.8 


89.1 


68.9 


907.8 


1,446.4 


150.2 


98.2 


247.3 


354.7 


3,439.7 


A 


45.4 


9.0 


88.5 


69.5 


916.7 


1,446.6 


150.8 


99.7 


248.9 


363.4 


3,449.7 


S 


46.3 


8.8 


89.3 


70.7 


921.6 


1,456.5 


150.7 


98.5 


249.4 


367.8 


3,478.5 


O 


46.4 


8.8 


89.6 


71.2 


926.6 


1,460.2 


150.3 


97.5 


251.9 


370.6 


3,487.0 


N 


46.9 


8.7 


90.5 


73.0 


946.3 


1,486.7 


151.5 


97.4 


255.4 


379.4 


3,545.5 


D 


47.5 


8.8 


89.9 


73.7 


955.0 


1,503.3 


153.3 


99.7 


258.2 


387.7 


3,589.8 


1970 J 


49.0 


9.1 


91.8 


72.8 


967.7 


1,528.8 


155.7 


100.5 


259.4 


3 95.3 


3,634.5 


F 


49.5 


9.1 


93.3 


73.9 


965.1 


1,548.6 


156.6 


100.6 


257.4 


393.0 


3,657.7 


M 


51.4 


9.2 


92.0 


73.4 


967.3 


1,549.5 


158.2 


100.8 


257.9 


396.7 


3,660.6 


A 


50.1 


9.1 


94.1 


74.6 


965.5 


1,546.8 


158.1 


99.7 


264.3 


393.1 


3,670.6 


M 


50.0 


8.7 


93.9 


75.3 


949.7 


1,571.0 


157.8 


98.2 


267.2 


377.9 


3,653.8 


J 


50.3 


9.3 


93.6 


74.4 


974.1 


1,585.5 


157.1 


98.4 


263.5 


374.1 


3,697.4 


J 


50.8 


9.3 


95.2 


73.2 


972.2 


1,583.5 


158.1 


99.4 


268.6 


373.1 


3,714.8 


A 


51.5 


9.7 


92.6 


74.1 


964.4 


1,600.9 


160.1 


100.9 


271.5 


388.1 


3,732.2 


Sr 


51.4 


9.5 


96.3 


75.4 


979.3 


1,596.1 


160.0 


101.6 


275.3 


391.5 


3,759.3 


Op 


52.7 


9.6 


98.6 


77.4 


989.2 


1,595.1 


160.8 


102.5 


280.5 


408.5 


3,790.1 


Nt 


53.2 


9.7 


98.9 


78.2 


997.3 


1,602.9 


163.0 


102.7 


276.4 


409.7 


3,806.3 



'Includes Yukon, North West Territories and Canadian residents abroad. Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005) D.8.S. 

t = Advance estimates. 



February, 1971 



39 



SECTION 4 
TABLE 2 



Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada, 
based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



years 

or 
months 



agriculture forestry mining 



trans- 
portation, 
communi- 
manu- cation and 

(acturing construction utilities trade 



finance, 




public' 




supple- 




insurance 




admin. 


total 2 


mentary 


total 2 


and real 




and 


wages and 


labour 


labour 


estate 


service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 



1968 
1969 



344.3 
351.7 



434.5 
468.0 



918.6 
959.4 



10,166.9 2,854.6 
11,258.0 3,112.4 



4,105.8 4,847.5 2,051.3 8,066.8 2,636.8 36,458.4 2,034.3 38,492.7 
4,574.6 5,482.0 2,353.8 9,314.3 3,066.1 40,969.2 2,234.2 43,203.4 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 S 


39.2 


43.1 


77.5 


887.1 


280.8 


358.3 


413.2 


174.3 


693.9 


224.0 


3,194.7 


183.3 


3,378.1 





31.6 


40.9 


78.3 


889.7 


271.4 


357.5 


420.6 


176.8 


706.1 


223.8 


3,198.8 


168.7 


3,367.6 


N 


25.3 


40.4 


79.2 


892.7 


256.9 


358.4 


433.3 


180.7 


721.5 


229.3 


3,219.1 


166.4 


3,385.5 


D 


21.3 


30.4 


78.1 


892.6 


206.5 


360.1 


444.8 


181.1 


725.9 


226.0 


3,148.5 


169.4 


3,317.9 


1969 J 


18.9 


26.3 


80.5 


881.8 


211.7 


355.2 


425.3 


184.5 


726.9 


234.0 


3,145.9 


161.2 


3,307.1 


F 


18.7 


28.2 


81.6 


896.2 


225.9 


351.4 


426.4 


185.6 


736.2 


243.4 


3,194.5 


182.6 


3,377.1 


M 


20.8 


29.8 


82.7 


909.7 


220.9 


359.6 


433.3 


188.2 


743.8 


230.3 


3,220.3 


183.1 


3,403.4 


A 


24.3 


26.9 


79.6 


914.6 


237.6 


366.8 


440.2 


191.7 


754.3 


233.5 


3,271.0 


185.3 


3,456.3 


M 


29.1 


37.6 


79.6 


938.2 


252.8 


374.9 


449.9 


196.1 


766.7 


239.5 


3,367.3 


185.0 


3,552.3 


J 


34.6 


43.6 


80.5 


958.4 


255.7 


396.0 


462.6 


200.9 


785.5 


259.2 


3,481.2 


205.6 


3,686.8 


J 


40.4 


48.1 


78.7 


943.6 


279.4 


396.0 


454.2 


201.7 


784.5 


286.1 


3,517.5 


199.5 


3,717.0 


A 


45.2 


48.6 


76.7 


948.1 


300.0 


405.7 


454.2 


199.5 


781.6 


276.0 


3,539.6 


197.0 


3,736.6 


S 


39.9 


49.3 


75.1 


968.3 


303.0 


399.2 


470.3 


197.1 


791.0 


273.2 


3,569.5 


191.7 


3,761.2 





32.2 


47.2 


76.8 


964.2 


296.2 


393.0 


478.5 


200.7 


796.6 


262.6 


3,550.0 


188.2 


3,738.2 


N 


25.9 


44.8 


80.9 


971.2 


286.3 


392.4 


492.0 


203.0 


822.3 


264.2 


3,584.6 


179.0 


3,763.6 


D 


21.7 


37.6 


86.8 


963.8 


242.8 


384.3 


495.1 


204.7 


824.7 


264.1 


3,527.6 


176.1 


3,703.7 


1970 J 


19.3 


37.2 


88.3 


961.8 


242.4 


380.6 


477.3 


208.2 


840.7 


258.1 


3,514.7 


173.8 


3,688.5 


F 


19.2 


38.9 


90.3 


966.1 


245.4 


382.8 


478.1 


207.6 


838.3 


264.5 


3,532.2 


197.3 


3,729.5 


M 


21.4 


33.5 


92.3 


973.0 


245.5 


386.7 


483.7 


209.2 


849.3 


259.7 


3,552.5 


206.4 


3,758.9 


A 


26.6 


29.4 


89.8 


974.6 


253.0 


394.9 


490.0 


211.9 


856.2 


261.5 


3,588.0 


205.3 


3,793.3 


M 


33.4 


32.5 


92.3 


988.0 


265.6 


406.5 


494.9 


213.5 


865.6 


273.1 


3,665.4 


211.2 


3,876.6 


J 


35.8 


38.2 


94.7 


1,013.9 


296.3 


415.5 


507.2 


216.3 


878.9 


286.0 


3,787.0 


207.9 


3,994.8 


J 


41.9 


42.9 


95.6 


990.2 


306.9 


420.6 


501.3 


218.9 


873.9 


294.4 


3,792.2 


209.2 


4,001.4 


A 


47.0 


44.6 


96.8 


1,010.3 


319.1 


424.6 


494.3 


218.0 


877.1 


287.5 


3,825.1 


208.8 


4,033.9 


Sr 


41.6 


45.8 


95.8 


1 , 01 1 . 1 


333.7 


425.0 


503.8 


217.4 


893.8 


283.7 


3,855.2 


205.4 


4,060.6 


Op 


33.6 


45.7 


95.5 


1,006.3 


330.5 


426.2 


508.9 


217.6 


907.4 


284.0 


3,858.3 


196.5 


4,054.8 


Nt 


27.1 


42.5 


96.5 


998.6 


306.4 


437.6 


519.5 


219.5 


912.4 


282.9 


3,844.7 


212.6 


4,057.4 



adjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 



1968 S 


28.9 


35.5 


77.8 


870.9 


245.5 


348.1 


412.2 


174.7 


694.3 


220.2 


3,110.8 


172.9 


3,283.7 





28.9 


34.8 


78.2 


877.8 


239.8 


351.1 


418.5 


178.0 


697.2 


226.5 


3,133.5 


174.0 


3,307.5 


N 


29.0 


34.7 


79.3 


887.6 


244.2 


354.2 


427.4 


181.8 


710.6 


231.1 


3,182.7 


177.4 


3,360.1 


D 


29.0 


32.7 


79.3 


890.9 


241.9 


361.8 


436.0 


184.5 


723.8 


222.7 


3,205.3 


178.9 


3,384.1 


1969 J 


29.1 


30.0 


81.0 


898.6 


252.1 


367.4 


435.2 


186.3 


729.8 


239.1 


3,251.0 


178.4 


3,429.4 


F 


29.1 


32.1 


80.9 


911.7 


269.1 


367.4 


438.6 


188.0 


737.5 


251.6 


3,308.5 


180.6 


3,489.1 


M 


29.2 


40.2 


81.6 


917.3 


258.6 


374.1 


443.5 


188.3 


746.1 


236.4 


3,317.7 


181.8 


3,499.5 


A 


29.2 


41.5 


81.5 


922.6 


257.4 


378.0 


444.9 


190.3 


760.2 


238.6 


3,346.6 


183.1 


3,529.7 


M 


29.2 


41.1 


79.9 


933.5 


250.9 


374.6 


448.9 


193.9 


763.3 


239.1 


3,356.7 


184.2 


3,540.9 


J 


29.3 


39.8 


78.9 


945.1 


234.1 


386.9 


452.9 


198.0 


776.9 


254.1 


3,398.5 


184.2 


3,582.7 


J 


29.3 


40.6 


77.4 


940.9 


248.0 


383.9 


447.8 


198.3 


793.8 


277.9 


3,439.7 


186.3 


3,626.0 


A 


29.4 


40.6 


75.9 


940.2 


259.4 


390.5 


454.7 


197.8 


792.5 


266.5 


3,449.7 


187.9 


3,697.6 


S 


29.4 


40.5 


75.6 


948.9 


263.1 


388.5 


470.1 


198.1 


791.0 


270.9 


3,478.5 


189.0 


3,667.5 





29.5 


40.5 


77.3 


952.4 


265.4 


387.9 


475.9 


202.3 


787.9 


265.6 


3,487.0 


190.4 


3,677.4 


N 


29.5 


39.5 


81.1 


964.7 


273.8 


388.5 


483.5 


204.3 


812.4 


265.1 


3,545.5 


192.7 


3,738.2 


D 


29.6 


41.7 


88.1 


982.2 


280.5 


386.9 


486.1 


208.1 


822.7 


261.2 


3,589.8 


195.7 


3,785.5 


1970 J 


29.7 


42.2 


89.0 


981.4 


289.0 


393.3 


488.3 


210.3 


845.1 


263.6 


3,634.5 


199.1 


3,833.6 


F 


29.8 


44.1 


89.5 


982.7 


292.7 


400.1 


491. 5 r 


210.4 


840.8 


273.4 


3,657.7 


200.0 


3,857.8 


M 


29.9 


44.9 


91.1 


982.2 


287.7 


401.9 


494.8 


209.4 


852.6 


263.4 


3,660.6 


200.9 


3,861.5 


A 


32.6 


45.1 


92.0 


983.2 


274.2 


406.8 


495.0 


210.4 


863.6 


267.6 


3,670.6 


200.8 


3,871.5 


M 


32.9 


35.3 


92.7 


983.1 


264.1 


406.1 


493.7 


211.0 


862.0 


272.8 


3,653.8 


200.2 


3,854.0 


J 


30.3 


34.7 


93.0 


1,000.2 


271.6 


405.8 


496.3 


213.3 


869.6 


280.1 


3,697.4 


201.9 


3,899.3 


J 


30.4 


36.1 


94.1 


992.3 


273.1 


407.6 


494.0 


215.2 


884.7 


285.0 


3,714.8 


202.2 


3,917.0 


A 


30.5 


37.2 


95.8 


1,001.9 


276.4 


408.6 


494.8 


216.2 


890.3 


277.2 


3,732.2 


203.9 


3,936.1 


Sr 


30.6 


37.5 


96.5 


990.8 


290.1 


413.6 


503.6 


218.6 


894.1 


281.1 


3,759.3 


205.4 


3,964.7 


Op 


30.8 


39.1 


96.2 


994.3 


297.2 


420.7 


506.2 


219.5 


897.8 


284.9 


3,790.1 


207.1 


3,997.2 


Nt 


30.9 


37.4 


96.8 


994.2 


293.6 


433.3 


510.5 


221.1 


901.5 


283.8 


3,806.3 


2 06.9 


4,013.2 



'Excludes military pay and allowances, includes fishing and trapping Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), D.B.S. 
t " Advance estimates 
NOTE: Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding. 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 3 and 4 



40 



Table 3: labour force characteristics of the population 14 years of age and over (thousands of persons) 



Februory, 1971 





inthly 


population 




labour force 








employed 










partici- 




mc 








paid workers 




averages 


14 years - 






















unem- 


or months 


of age 






non-agri- 






non-agri- 




non-agri- 


unem- 


not in the 


pation 


ployment 






and over 1 


total 


agriculture 


culture 


total 


agriculture 


culture 


total 


culture 


ployed 


labour force 


rate 2 


rate 3 


1968 




14,264 


7,919 


556 


7,363 


7,537 


546 


6,992 


6,490 


6,391 


382 


6,344 


55.5 


4.8 


1969 




14,638 


8,162 


545 


7,618 


7,780 


535 


7,245 


6,720 


6,625 


382 


6,475 


55.8 


4.7 


1968 


N 16 


14,407 


8,015 


536 


7,479 


7,677 


523 


7,154 


6,631 


6,546 


338 


6,392 


55.6 


4.2 




D 14 


14,435 


7,940 


481 


7,459 


7,567 


467 


7,100 


6,561 


6,485 


373 


6,495 


55.0 


4.7 


1969 


J 18 


14,470 


7,891 


467 


7,424 


7,424 


451 


6,973 


6,452 


6,380 


467 


6,579 


54.5 


5.9 




F 15 


14.495 


7,911 


467 


7,444 


7,438 


454 


6,984 


6,443 


6,371 


473 


6,584 


54.6 


6.0 




M 22 


14,528 


7,919 


475 


7,444 


7,471 


466 


7,005 


6,487 


6,406 


448 


6,609 


54.5 


5.7 




A 19 


14,557 


8,061 


532 


7,529 


7,629 


521 


7,108 


6,572 


6,492 


432 


6,496 


55.4 


5.4 




M 24 


14,592 


8,248 


600 


7,648 


7,862 


592 


7,270 


6,751 


6,646 


3 86 


6,344 


56.5 


4.7 




J 21 


14,619 


8,403 


586 


7,817 


8,020 


580 


7,440 


6,892 


6,782 


383 


6,216 


57.5 


4.6 




J 19 


14,651 


8,550 


650 


7,900 


8,201 


644 


7,557 


7,051 


6,911 


349 


6,101 


58.4 


4.1 




A 23 


14,687 


8,489 


643 


7,846 


8,171 


636 


7,535 


7,050 


6,909 


318 


6,198 


57.8 


3.7 




S 20 


14,719 


8,126 


588 


7,538 


7,847 


581 


7,266 


6,749 


6,642 


279 


6,593 


55.2 


3.4 




18 


14,748 


8,142 


557 


7,585 


7,828 


548 


7,280 


6,753 


6,654 


314 


6,606 


55.2 


3.9 




N 15 


14,778 


8,115 


502 


7,613 


7,761 


491 


7,270 


6,724 


6,649 


354 


6,663 


54.9 


4.4 




D 13 


14,809 


8,095 


471 


7,624 


7,712 


457 


7,255 


6,720 


6,656 


383 


6,714 


54.7 


4.7 


1970 


J 17 


14,841 


7,984 


443 


7,541 


7,499 


422 


7,077 


6,521 


6,465 


485 


6,857 


53.8 


6.1 




F 21 


14,873 


8,031 


448 


7,583 


7,505 


430 


7,075 


6,526 


6,468 


526 


6,842 


54.0 


6.5 




M 21 


14,904 


8,067 


452 


7,615 


7,525 


438 


7,087 


6,547 


6,484 


542 


6,837 


54.1 


6.7 




A 18 


14,934 


8,198 


496 


7,702 


7,654 


481 


7,173 


6,637 


6,561 


544 


6,736 


54.9 


6.6 




M23 


14,970 


8,465 


558 


7,907 


7,952 


550 


7,402 


6,873 


6,768 


513 


6,505 


56.5 


6.1 




J 20 


15,000 


8,677 


579 


8,098 


8, 148 


569 


7,579 


7,049 


6,926 


529 


6,323 


57.8 


6.1 




J 18 


15,030 


8,819 


628 


8, 190 


8,301 


619 


7,682 


7,181 


7,023 


518 


6,211 


58.7 


5.9 




A 22 


15,068 


8,720 


622 


8,098 


8,272 


614 


7,658 


7,174 


7,018 


448 


6,348 


57.9 


5.1 




S 19 


15,099 


8,384 


567 


7,817 


7,986 


558 


7,428 


6,896 


6,780 


398 


6,715 


55.5 


4.7 




17 


15,128 


8,412 


534 


7,878 


7,993 


524 


7,469 


6,938 


6,833 


419 


6,716 


55.6 


5.0 




N 14 


15,158 


8,400 


495 


7,905 


7,924 


482 


7,442 


6,912 


6,821 


476 


6,758 


55.4 


5.7 




D 12 


15,186 


8,329 


468 


7,861 


7,791 


449 


7,342 


6,817 


6,735 


538 


6,857 


54.8 


6.5 



'Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services, Indians living on reserves and residents of the Yukon and Northwest Territories. The 

estimates are derived from a sample survey and are subject to sampling error. In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error. The 

labour force as a percentage of the population 14 years of age and over. 'The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force. Source: Labour Force Bulletin, 

(71-001), D. B.S. 

Table 4: labour force by region' (thousands of persons) 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 
1969 



643 
654 



2,227 
2,290 



2,934 
3,031 



1,318 
1,351 



797 
836 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
2 2 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 N 16 


642 


2,234 


2,987 


1,344 


808 


645 


2,258 


3,014 


1,353 


810 


D 14 


633 


2,221 


2,939 


1,331 


816 


643 


2,251 


2,965 


1,348 


825 


1969 J 18 


626 


2,221 


2,947 


1,309 


788 


654 


2,270 


3,012 


1,351 


813 


F 15 


626 


2,208 


2,962 


1,318 


797 


654 


2,267 


3,030 


1,358 


813 


M 22 


622 


2,231 


2,955 


1,309 


802 


653 


2,280 


3,024 


1,354 


818 


A 19 


641 


2,273 


2,994 


1,332 


821 


662 


2,296 


3,037 


1,357 


835 


M 24 


666 


2,294 


3,056 


1,384 


848 


662 


2,292 


3,061 


1,359 


845 


J 21 


674 


2,356 


3,122 


1,381 


870 


659 


2,305 


3,038 


1,358 


855 


J 19 


697 


2,408 


3,170 


1,411 


864 


656 


2,301 


3,028 


1,349 


823 


A 23 


689 


2,395 


3,139 


1,407 


859 


656 


2,310 


3,014 


1,350 


829 


S 20 


656 


2,277 


3,002 


1,352 


839 


649 


2,294 


3,029 


1,343 


844 


18 


659 


2,290 


3,002 


1,342 


849 


653 


2,306 


3,032 


1,352 


851 


N 15 


646 


2,274 


3,007 


1,333 


855 


649 


2,302 


3,032 


1,340 


857 


D 13 


641 


2,256 


3,022 


1,334 


842 


653 


2,288 


3,048 


1,351 


851 


1970 J 17 


623 


2,232 


2,982 


1,306 


841 


650 


2,284 


3,044 


1,344 


866 


F 21 


621 


2,243 


3,003 


1,315 


849 


648 


2,303 


3,066 


1,348 


866 


M 21 


618 


2,237 


3,033 


1,332 


847 


649 


2,282 


3,098 


1,373 


863 


A 18 


632 


2,275 


3,071 


1,341 


879 


653 


2,293 


3,111 


1,361 


893 


M23 


663 


2,325 


3,176 


1,415 


886 


659 


2,320 


3,183 


1,392 


884 


J 20 


680 


2,403 


3,265 


1,428 


901 


663 


2,352 


3,173 


1,410 


888 


J 18 


713 


2,455 


3,269 


1,463 


919 


674 


2,353 


3,122 


1,403 


884 


A 22 


700 


2,408 


3,252 


1,457 


903 


667 


2,330 


3,130 


1,411 


881 


S 19 


671 


2,333 


3,111 


1,394 


875 


667 


2,360 


3,158 


1,401 


890 


17 


668 


2,335 


3,137 


1,399 


873 


661 


2,358 


3,179 


1,420 


878 


N 14 


664 


2,346 


3,140 


1,369 


881 


667 


2,380 


3,175 


1,376 


882 


D 12 


648 


2,339 


3,117 


1,346 


879 


661 


2,374 


3,148 


1,359 


888 



'See footnote 1, table 3. Labour force obtained as the sum of employed and unemployed from tables 5 and 7. 'Canada totals, obtained by summing the 

seasonally adjusted data for the five regions, are usually different from the totals given on page 7. The small differences result from the seasonal adjustment of 

the Canada and regional data having been carried out independently of each other. Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



February, 1971 



41 



Table 5: employed by region' (thousands of persons) 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 5 and 6 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 


596 


2,082 


2,830 


1,280 


750 


1969 


605 


2,132 


2,936 


1,312 


795 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
3 2 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 N 


16 


602 


2,100 


2,905 


1,309 


761 


596 


2,099 


2,912 


1,317 


764 


D 


14 


588 


2,069 


2,852 


1,286 


772 


596 


2,090 


2,870 


1,311 


783 


1969 J 


18 


563 


2,034 


2,836 


1,256 


735 


611 


2,120 


2,926 


1,315 


773 


F 


15 


560 


2,022 


2,846 


1,266 


744 


610 


2,125 


2,937 


1,322 


770 


M 


22 


555 


2,041 


2,856 


1,261 


758 


608 


2,138 


2,942 


1,318 


778 


A 


19 


574 


2,091 


2,894 


1,290 


780 


614 


2,144 


2,945 


1,320 


796 


M 


24 


614 


2,128 


2,959 


1,351 


810 


610 


2,131 


2,953 


1,322 


805 


J 


21 


633 


2,204 


3,001 


1,348 


834 


603 


2,142 


2,934 


1,316 


817 


J 


19 


655 


2,269 


3,074 


1,373 


830 


600 


2,143 


2,936 


1,307 


783 


A 


23 


651 


2,257 


3,056 


1,381 


826 


600 


2,142 


2,921 


1,311 


787 


S 


20 


624 


2,153 


2,934 


1,330 


806 


596 


2,117 


2,934 


1,307 


800 





18 


625 


2,155 


2,929 


1,310 


809 


602 


2,129 


2,932 


1,299 


806 


N 


15 


606 


2,131 


2,925 


1,292 


807 


600 


2,131 


2,930 


1,298 


810 


D 


13 


595 


2,104 


2,927 


1,290 


796 


604 


2,127 


2,944 


1,315 


807 


1970 J 


17 


561 


2,054 


2,858 


1,246 


780 


608 


2,141 


2,948 


1,304 


820 


F 


21 


553 


2,048 


2,867 


1,245 


792 


602 


2,155 


2,957 


1,299 


820 


M 


21 


551 


2,031 


2,892 


1,263 


788 


604 


2,128 


2,981 


1,321 


809 


A 


18 


566 


2,072 


2,926 


1,269 


821 


605 


2,124 


2,977 


1,297 


838 


M23 


619 


2,124 


3,044 


1,351 


814 


615 


2,126 


3,037 


1,321 


809 


J 


20 


642 


2,215 


3,107 


1,370 


814 


612 


2,151 


3,038 


1,337 


797 


J 


18 


665 


2,271 


3,116 


1,406 


843 


610 


2,144 


2,976 


1,340 


795 


A 22 


661 


2,237 


3,128 


1,407 


839 


610 


2,122 


2,992 


1,336 


800 


S 


19 


636 


2,186 


2,997 


1,350 


817 


608 


2,150 


2,998 


1,328 


812 


17 


634 


2,176 


3,029 


1,350 


804 


611 


2,150 


3,033 


1,339 


801 


N 


14 


622 


2,178 


3,014 


1,305 


805 


616 


2,179 


3,018 


1,310 


808 


D 12 


594 


2,142 


2,971 


1,275 


809 


603 


2,166 


2,988 


1,300 


821 



'See footnote 1, table 3. 2 See footnote 2, table 4. 



Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



Table 6: employed non-agriculture by region' (thousands of persons) 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 


569 


1,961 


2,687 


1,051 


724 


1969 


579 


2,025 


2,800 


1,069 


772 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
3 2 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 N 


16 


579 


1,992 


2,758 


1,084 


741 


571 


1,981 


2,763 


1,080 


740 


D 


14 


567 


1,974 


2,718 


1,088 


753 


570 


1,983 


2,727 


1,078 


758 


1969 J 


18 


541 


1,944 


2,713 


1,055 


720 


583 


2,007 


2,781 


1,073 


752 


F 


15 


538 


1,936 


2,726 


1,059 


725 


581 


2,010 


2,794 


1,074 


747 


M 


22 


534 


1,949 


2,734 


1,052 


736 


581 


2,027 


2,796 


1,067 


755 


A 


19 


549 


1,987 


2,767 


1,048 


757 


587 


2,036 


2,806 


1,071 


771 


M 


24 


586 


2,008 


2,820 


1,072 


784 


584 


2,020 


2,813 


1,073 


776 


J 


21 


605 


2,094 


2,853 


1,080 


808 


576 


2,037 


2,797 


1,069 


796 


J 


19 


623 


2,127 


2,908 


1,099 


800 


576 


2,033 


2,797 


1,067 


766 


A 


23 


622 


2,122 


2,894 


1,093 


804 


576 


2,035 


2,794 


1,069 


774 


S 


20 


597 


2,038 


2,790 


1,058 


783 


574 


2,013 


2,805 


1,066 


778 





18 


594 


2,046 


2,795 


1,060 


785 


577 


2,030 


2,805 


1,063 


781 


N 


15 


582 


2,037 


2,794 


1,072 


785 


574 


2,027 


2,798 


1,067 


784 


D 


13 


575 


2,014 


2,805 


1,086 


775 


579 


2,025 


2,813 


1,073 


780 


1970 J 


17 


542 


1,970 


2,752 


1,052 


761 


584 


2,034 


2,820 


1,069 


795 


F 


21 


535 


1,959 


2,762 


1,049 


770 


578 


2,036 


2,829 


1,063 


793 


M 


21 


532 


1,941 


2,784 


1,065 


765 


579 


2,019 


2,848 


1,082 


785 


A 


18 


545 


1,960 


2,807 


1,062 


798 


583 


2,008 


2,846 


1,085 


813 


M 23 


590 


2,008 


2,909 


1,102 


793 


587 


2,020 


2,900 


1,103 


784 


J 


20 


612 


2,095 


2,964 


1,123 


784 


583 


2,035 


2,906 


1,112 


772 


J 


18 


631 


2,139 


2,959 


1,146 


807 


584 


2,044 


2,846 


1,113 


773 


A 22 


628 


2,112 


2,962 


1,)41 


815 


581 


2,025 


2,861 


1J16 


785 


S 


19 


607 


2,075 


2,857 


1,093 


795 


584 


2,051 


2,872 


1,101 


791 


O 17 


604 


2,083 


2,882 


1,115 


785 


587 


2,067 


2,893 


1,118 


781 


N 


14 


597 


2,083 


2,876 


1,098 


788 


589 


2,073 


2,880 


1,093 


786 


D 12 


573 


2,050 


2,851 


1,075 


794 


577 


2,063 


2,859 


1,061 


800 



'See footnote 1, table 3. 2 See footnote 2, table 4. 



Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



SECTION 4 
TABLES 7 and 8 



42 



Table 7: unemployed by region' (thousands of persons) 



February, 1971 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlanti 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairi 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 
1969 



47 


145 


104 


39 


47 


49 


158 


95 


39 


42 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
3 3 3 

adjusted for seasonal variation 2 



1968 N 16 


40 


134 


82 


35 


47 


49 


159 


102 


36 


46 


D 14 


45 


152 


87 


45 


44 


47 


161 


95 


37 


42 


1969 J 18 


63 


187 


111 


53 


53 


43 


150 


86 


36 


40 


F 15 


66 


186 


116 


52 


53 


44 


142 


93 


36 


43 


M 22 


67 


190 


99 


48 


44 


45 


142 


82 


36 


40 


A 19 


67 


182 


100 


42 


41 


48 


152 


92 


37 


39 


M 24 


52 


166 


97 


33 


38 


52 


161 


108 


37 


40 


J 21 


41 


152 


121 


33 


36 


56 


163 


104 


42 


38 


J 19 


42 


139 


96 


38 


34 


56 


158 


92 


42 


40 


A 23 


38 


138 


83 


26 


33 


56 


168 


93 


39 


42 


S 20 


32 


124 


68 


22 


33 


53 


177 


95 


36 


44 


18 


34 


135 


73 


32 


40 


51 


177 


100 


53 


45 


N 15 


40 


143 


82 


41 


48 


49 


171 


102 


42 


47 


D 13 


46 


152 


95 


44 


46 


49 


161 


104 


36 


44 


1970 J 17 


62 


178 


124 


60 


61 


42 


143 


96 


40 


46 


F 21 


68 


195 


136 


70 


57 


46 


148 


109 


49 


46 


M 21 


67 


206 


141 


69 


59 


45 


154 


117 


52 


54 


A 18 


66 


203 


145 


72 


58 


48 


169 


134 


64 


55 


M23 


44 


201 


132 


64 


72 


44 


194 


146 


71 


75 


J 20 


38 


188 


158 


58 


87 


51 


201 


135 


73 


91 


J 18 


48 


184 


153 


57 


76 


64 


209 


146 


63 


89 


A 22 


39 


171 


124 


50 


64 


57 


208 


138 


75 


81 


S 19 


35 


147 


114 


44 


58 


59 


210 


160 


73 


78 


17 


34 


159 


108 


49 


69 


50 


208 


146 


81 


77 


N 14 


42 


168 


126 


64 


76 


51 


201 


157 


66 


74 


D 12 


54 


197 


146 


71 


70 


58 


208 


160 


59 


67 


'Seef 


ootnote 1 , table 3. 




2 See footnote 2 . 


table 4. 


Source: The 


Labour Force, 


(71-001) D. B. S. 









Table 8: unemployment rate by region' (per cent) 



monthly 
averages 
or months 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



Atlantic 
prov. 



Que. 



Ont. 



Prairie 
prov. 



B.C. 



1968 
1969 



7.3 6.5 3.5 3.0 5.9 

7.6 6.9 3.1 2.9 5.0 



unadjusted for seasonal variation 



M.C.D. 
3 3 3 

odjusted for seasonal variation 



1968 N 16 


6.2 


6.0 


2.7 


2.6 


5.8 


7.6 


7.0 


3.4 


2.7 


5.7 


D 14 


7.1 


6.8 


3.0 


3.4 


5.4 


7.3 


7.2 


3.2 


2.7 


5.1 


1969 J 18 


10.1 


8.4 


3.8 


4.0 


6.7 


6.6 


6.6 


2.9 


2.7 


4.9 


F 15 


10.5 


8.4 


3.9 


3.9 


6.6 


6.7 


6.3 


3.1 


2.7 


5.3 


M 22 


10.8 


8.5 


3.4 


3.7 


5.5 


6.9 


6.2 


2.7 


2.7 


4.9 


A 19 


10.5 


8.0 


3.3 


3.2 


5.0 


7.3 


6.6 


3.0 


2.7 


4.7 


M 24 


7.8 


7.2 


3.2 


2.4 


4.5 


7.9 


7.0 


3.5 


2.7 


4.7 


J 21 


6.1 


6.5 


3.9 


2.4 


4.1 


8.5 


7.1 


3.4 


3.1 


4.4 


J 19 


6.0 


5.8 


3.0 


2.7 


3.9 


8.5 


6.9 


3.0 


3.1 


4.9 


A 23 


5.5 


5.8 


2.6 


1.8 


3.8 


8.5 


7.3 


3.1 


2.9 


5.1 


S 20 


4.9 


5.4 


2.3 


1.6 


3.9 


8.2 


7.7 


3.1 


2.7 


5.2 


O 18 


5.2 


5.9 


2.4 


2.4 


4.7 


7.8 


7.7 


3.3 


3.9 


5.3 


N 15 


6.2 


6.3 


2.7 


3.1 


5.6 


7.6 


7.4 


3.4 


3.1 


5.5 


D 13 


7.2 


6.7 


3.1 


3.3 


5.5 


7.5 


7.0 


3.4 


2.7 


5.2 


1970 J 17 


10.0 


8.0 


4.2 


4.6 


7.3 


6.5 


6.3 


3.2 


3.0 


5.3 


F 21 


11.0 


8.7 


4.5 


5.3 


6.7 


7.1 


6.4 


3.6 


3.6 


5.3 


M 21 


10.8 


9.2 


4.6 


5.2 


7.0 


6.9 


6.7 


3.8 


3.8 


6.3 


A 18 


10.4 


8.9 


4.7 


5.4 


6.6 


7.4 


7.4 


4.3 


4.7 


6.2 


M23 


6.6 


8.6 


4.2 


4.5 


8.1 


6.7 


8.4 


4.6 


5.1 


8.5 


J 20 


5.6 


7.8 


4.8 


4.1 


9.7 


7.7 


8.5 


4.3 


5.2 


10.2 


J 18 


6.7 


7.5 


4.7 


3.9 


8.3 


9.5 


8.9 


4.7 


4.5 


10.1 


A 22 


5.6 


7.1 


3.8 


3.4 


7.1 


8.5 


8.9 


4.4 


5.3 


9.2 


S 19 


5.2 


6.3 


3.7 


3.2 


6.6 


8.8 


8.9 


5.1 


5.2 


8.8 


O 17 


5.1 


6.8 


3.4 


3.5 


7.9 


7.6 


8.8 


4.6 


5.7 


8.8 


N 14 


6.3 


7.2 


4.0 


4.7 


8.6 


7.6 


8.4 


4.9 


4.8 


8.4 


D 12 


8.3 


8.4 


4.7 


5.3 


8.0 


8.8 


8.8 


5.1 


4.3 


7.5 



l The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force for each region. Due to weighting differences, a simple average of the regional rotes will not give the 
seasonally adjusted Canada rate on page 7, nor the unadjusted Canada rate in table 3. Source: The Labour Force, (71 -001 ) D. B. S. 






February, 1971 










43 








SECTION 4 
TABLES 9 and 10 








Table 9: not 


in the labour 


force by region 


1 (thousands 


of persons) 






monthly 




















averages 


Atlantic 






Prairie 




Atlantic 






Proirie 


or months 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


prov. 


B. C. 


prov. 


Que. 


Ont. 


prov. B. C. 


1968 


692 


1,878 


2,147 


1,004 


625 






M.C.D. 




1969 


707 


1,909 


2,198 


1,022 


639 


5 


2 


3 


4 2 






unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 






adjusted f' 


or seasonal 


variation 2 


1968 N 16 


702 


1,907 


2,151 


998 


634 


700 


1,888 


2,118 


989 633 


D 14 


713 


1,927 


2,210 


1,015 


630 


702 


1,896 


2,181 


996 620 


1969 J 18 


723 


1,936 


2,215 


1,042 


663 


695 


1,886 


2,149 


999 641 


F 15 


725 


1,955 


2,210 


1,036 


658 


696 


1,894 


2,150 


995 639 


M 22 


731 


1,942 


2,230 


1,049 


657 


698 


1,892 


2,164 


1,004 638 


A 19 


714 


1,906 


2,202 


1,031 


643 


693 


1,888 


2,161 


1,009 629 


M 24 


691 


1,895 


2,155 


983 


620 


695 


1,895 


2,148 


1,008 624 


J 21 


686 


1,839 


2,100 


989 


602 


707 


1,883 


2,191 


1,015 617 


J 19 


665 


1,796 


2,065 


963 


612 


710 


1,905 


2,212 


1,027 653 


A 23 


676 


1,817 


2,110 


972 


623 


714 


1,908 


2,236 


1,029 653 


S 20 


711 


1,943 


2,261 


1,031 


647 


721 


1,935 


2,232 


1,038 642 


18 


710 


1,937 


2,271 


1,046 


642 


718 


1,931 


2,244 


1 , 048 642 


N 15 


725 


1,960 


2,279 


1,059 


640 


723 


1,939 


2,242 


1,050 639 


D 13 


732 


1,986 


2,276 


1,063 


657 


720 


1,953 


2,246 


1 , 044 647 


1970 J 17 


753 


2,018 


2,329 


1,094 


663 


724 


1,965 


2,259 


1,049 641 


F 21 


757 


2,014 


2,323 


1,088 


660 


727 


1,950 


2,262 


1 , 045 641 


M 21 


761 


2,027 


2,307 


1,075 


667 


726 


1,974 


2,238 


1,029 648 


A 18 


749 


1,996 


2,283 


1,069 


639 


726 


1,978 


2,240 


1,046 625 


M 23 


719 


1,953 


2,195 


999 


639 


724 


1,953 


2,188 


1,025 6 43 


J 20 


703 


1,881 


2,121 


989 


629 


725 


1,929 


2,214 


1,015 646 


J 18 


671 


1,835 


2,132 


957 


616 


717 


1,948 


2,285 


1,020 657 


A 22 


686 


1,890 


2,167 


967 


638 


724 


1,985 


2,293 


1,023 669 


S 19 


717 


1,971 


2,323 


1,033 


671 


726 


1,961 


2,293 


1,039 666 


17 


721 


1,976 


2,310 


1,031 


678 


729 


1,968 


2,283 


1,032 678 


N 14 


726 


1,970 


2,322 


1,064 


676 


724 


1,949 


2,283 


1,056 675 


D 12 


743 


1,983 


2,358 


1,090 


683 


731 


1,950 


2,328 


1,072 672 



'See footnote 1 , table 3. 



2 See footnote 2 , table 4. 



Source: The Labour Force, (71-001) D. B. S. 



Table 10: activities of the Unemployment Insurance Commission 













unemployment 


insurance 












claims and benefit payments 


(thousands) 






fund (million dollars) 






claimants 


















monthly 


for un- 


initial and 






amount 








averages 


employment 


renewal 




number of 


of benefit 


employer- 




balance in 


or months 


insurance 


claims 


beneficiaries 


weeks 


(million 


employee 


total 


fund, end 






benefit 1 


filed 


(estimated) 


compensated 


dollars) 


contributions 


revenue 


of period 


1968 




423.2 


160.7 


312.9 


1,374 


36.51 


33.23 


41.21 


329.4 


1969 




410.1 


154.6 


307.5 


1,311 


41.58 


41.14 


51.55 


433.6 


1968 





264.5 


117.5 


155.5 


777 


20.84 


40.40 


50.78 


371.4 




N 


341.6 


170.8 


186.2 


745 


20.62 


40.63 


50.48 


401.3 




D 


497.9 


276.4 


235.6 


1,060 


30.80 


45.89 


55.65 


426.1 


1969 


J 


616.0 


267.3 


501.9 


2,008 


61.24 


41.32 


52.98 


417.9 




F 


631.0 


168.6 


536.2 


2,145 


67.39 


40.18 


49.85 


400.3 




M 


594.1 


158.4 


526.1 


2,105 


66.44 


38.17 


48.35 


382.3 




A 


526.5 


155.4 


392.2 


1,961 


61.89 


36.74 


44.96 


367.0 




M 


305.0 


125.3 


423.4 


1,694 


52.85 


38.54 


48.05 


360.5 




J 


276.9 


91.3 


208.1 


833 


26.50 


42.21 


52.48 


386.5 




J 


278.6 


120.9 


155.7 


779 


24.79 


41.76 


52.07 


413.8 




A 


267.7 


87.1 


218.6 


875 


27.75 


42.68 


52.52 


438.5 




S 


259.6 


90.4 


165.6 


745 


24.01 


42.84 


54.32 


468.9 







280.0 


124.2 


174.4 


785 


25.53 


42.03 


53.23 


496.6 




N 


349.2 


165.3 


192.8 


831 


27.55 


45.09 


56.40 


525.4 




D 


536.7 


300.9 


195.3 


976 


33.06 


42.14 


53.43 


545.8 


1970 


J 


659.5 


266.1 


549.4 


2,198 


76.50 


43.95 


55.88 


525.2 




F 


694.4 


200.8 


549.1 


2,196 


77.63 


40.26 


51.36 


498.9 




M 


705.1 


202.8 


528.0 


2,376 


83.91 


33.54 


43.16 


458.1 




A 


690.7 


208.9 


513.1 


2,309 


81.06 


37.62 


48.24 


425.8 




M 


505.4 


166.4 


529.6 


2,118 


74.45 


37.22 


43.67 


394.5 




J 


441.9 


138.2 


254.3 


1,144 


40.51 


43.01 


54.34 


408.4 




J 


439.4 


148.4 


277.9 


1,250 


43.85 


42.75 


56.27 


420.8 




A 


408.7 


106.4 


298.5 


1,194 


41.38 


46.29 


58.74 


438.1 




S 


391.1 


121.0 


221.2 


1,106 


37.74 


42.76 


53.99 


454.4 







398.7 


142.1 


291.5 


1,166 


40.37 


40.16 


50.73 


464.8 




N 


480.5 


203.6 


268.4 


1,074 


37.58 


44.95 


55.10 


482.3 



All persons currently reporting to local offices to claim unemployment insurance benefit, either regular, seasonal or fishing. Sources: Statistical Report on 
the Operation of the Unemployment Insurance Act, (73-001), D. B. S. ; Monthly Statement of the Unemployment Insurance Fund. 



SECTION 4 














44 












Febr 


uary, 1971 


TABLE 


11 




































Table 


11: time 


lost in work stoppages', based on th 


e 1960 standard in 


dustrial c 


lassification 2 (tho 


jsand man 


•working 


days) 
























manufacturin 


g 










years 


































and 








fishing 


mines. 




















furniture 


paper 


months 








and 


quarries. 




food and 


tobacco 








knitting 






and 


and allied 






total 


forestry 


trapping 


oil wells 


total 3 


beverages 


products 


rubber 


leather 


textiles 


mills 


clothing 


wood 


fixtures 


industries 


1968 


5 


082.7 


4.4 


_ 


91.2 3 


, 557. 7 


151.2 


5.4 


197.7 


4.3 


11.6 


_ 


9.5 


419.7 


5.9 


339.1 


1969* 


7 


736.7 


28.9 


- 


1,073.1 3 


, 433. 


98.2 


- 


39.8 


2.0 


59.9 


- 


- 


66.3 


14.5 


87.1 


1968 N 




218.4 


_ 


_ 


3.2 


88.0 


0.1 


- 


8.9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


29.3 


D 




108. 1 


- 


- 


2.3 


68.4 


2.3 


- 


9.2 


- 


3.7 


- 


- 


1.4 


- 


25.4 


1969 J 




125.7 


_ 


- 


2.2 


87.6 


4.8 


- 


10.1 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


3.0 


_ 


21.8 


F 




137. 1 


- 


- 


- 


57.3 


7.9 


- 


4.2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.1 


- 


2.7 


M 




169. 1 


0.8 


- 


4.8 


93.5 


13.6 


- 


2.6 


- 


1.7 


- 


- 


2.2 


1.0 


7.5 


A 




272.5 


- 


- 


8.8 


142.6 


17.3 


- 


- 


- 


0.3 


- 


- 


2.2 


4.6 


34.5 


M 


7 


099.4 


- 


- 


61.3 


146.1 


30.9 


- 


- 


1.2 


- 


- 


- 


2.2 


4.5 


14.1 


J 




911.7 


6.4 


- 


87.5 


110.3 


12.9 


- 


- 


0.8 


3.4 


- 


- 


7.4 


4.5 


0.4 


J 


1 


058.2 


9.0 


- 


66.0 


350.0 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.2 


- 


- 


7.5 


- 


- 


A 


1 


178.8 


8.2 


- 


93.5 


885.7 


- 


- 


6.8 


- 


6.4 


- 


- 


17.9 


- 


- 


S 


I 


126.8 


0.5 


- 


85.9 


930.7 


- 


- 


8.6 


- 


9.8 


- 


- 


11.1 


- 


2.2 





1 


112.6 


3.2 


- 


436.2 


487.7 


4.4 


- 


- 


- 


19.8 


- 


- 


5.2 


- 


0.3 


N 




402.0 


- 


- 


219.5 


87.5 


6.3 


- 


3.2 


- 


8.2 


- 


- 


2.6 


- 


1.3 


D 




138.3 


0.8 


- 


7.5 


53.9 


0.3 


- 


4.4 


- 


10.2 


- 


- 


2.9 


- 


2.3 


1970 J 




102.8 


_ 


_ 


7.8 


50.6 


1.1 


_ 


3.4 


- 


2.0 


_ 


2.2 


4.7 


_ 


6.4 


F 




121.0 


- 


- 


3.0 


58.4 


9.0 


- 


0.1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4.6 


- 


7.1 


M 




166. 1 


- 


- 


17.7 


702.5 


38.0 


- 


2.8 


- 


0.5 


- 


- 


2.0 


1.2 


3.0 


A 




633.9 


- 


- 


12.8 


749.8 


21.9 


- 


3.3 


- 


3.4 


- 


2.0 


- 


9.2 


4.9 


M 


1 


263.8 


- 


- 


0.4 


739.0 


13.8 


- 


12.2 


- 


3.4 


- 


3.1 


8.5 


1.2 


7.6 


J 


7, 


112.9 


- 


- 


14.0 


770.6 


34.4 


6.6 


13.4 


- 


- 


- 


3.4 


12.1 


1.4 


16.2 


J 


7, 


153.7 


- 


- 


0.2 


796.2 


13.7 


7.0 


6.3 


- 


- 


- 


3.4 


38.2 


- 


28.0 


A 




675.3 


- 


- 


- 


280.2 


12.0 


5.1 


1.1 


- 


- 


- 


3.2 


46.6 


7.8 


113.2 


S 




637.8 


- 


- 


- 


592.0 


7.7 


- 


- 


2.0 


- 


- 


3.2 


16.6 


9.2 


99.7 







780. 1 


- 


- 


- 


720.9 


6.4 


- 


- 


0.8 


- 


2.7 


3.2 


16.6 


- 


27.9 


N 




724.2 


- 


- 


3.9 


688.8 


- 


- 


- 


1.5 


- 


- 


- 


6.4 


- 


- 


D 




432.8 








394.0 
















3.1 
















manufacturi 


ig 


















community, 
business 


years 
































and 
months 








metal 




trans- 




non- 
metallic 








e 


lectricity, 


trc 


de 


and 










elec- 


petroleum 








gas 






personal 








primary 


fabri- 


ma- 


portation 


trical 


mineral 


and coal 


chemiccl 


con- 


transpor- 


and other 


whole- 




service 




printing 4 


metals 


cating 


chinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


produc's 


industries 


struction 


tation 5 


utilities 


sale 


retail 


industries 


1968 




82.9 


82.5 


105.1 


441.3 


1,444.8 


64.4 


86.7 


0.2 


0.9 


270.7 


534.9 


2.4 


3.8 


340.7 


66.2 


1969 




10.0 1 


,671.5 


820.2 


77.6 


145.5 


80.1 


72.8 


57.2 


42.2 1 


,958.0 


492.7 


56.7 


15.7 


231.8 


130.8 


1968 N 




7.3 


2.2 


0.1 


8.6 


16.3 


7.1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


31.0 


19.2 


_ 


_ 


53.9 


9.4 


D 




- 


0.5 


- 


- 


9.3 


5.8 


4.7 


- 


- 


10.1 


6.8 


- 


- 


3.7 


0.6 


1969 J 




- 


_ 


2.8 


3.7 


14.0 


6.4 


4.5 


_ 


10.0 


14.3 


1.2 


0.2 


2.3 


_ 


_ 


F 




- 


4.5 


9.3 


6.8 


- 


3.9 


- 


- 


10.0 


7.9 


0.8 


33.1 


3.2 


- 


14.6 


M 




1.4 


19.1 


11.0 


7.1 


3.6 


5.7 


2.4 


- 


8.5 


16.3 


5.9 


16.5 


3.4 


- 


0.9 


A 




- 


13.7 


9.4 


- 


13.7 


8.5 


24.5 


- 


5.2 


21.0 


47.6 


- 


3.4 


14.8 


13.7 


M 




8.6 


0.6 


5.2 


8.1 


23.8 


12.6 


12.2 


4.9 


6.9 


690.9 


88.4 


0.8 


3.4 


32.7 


48.4 


J 




- 


2.4 


8.5 


11.8 


22.3 


1.8 


9.7 


14.6 


1.6 


549.2 


23.5 


- 


- 


94.3 


0.5 


J 




- 


275.0 


13.0 


12.2 


11.9 


5.4 


3.3 


15.2 


- 


372.6 


150.1 


6.1 


- 


67.7 


0.2 


A 




- 


528.7 


274.7 


12.4 


8.6 


11.6 


12.7 


- 


- 


106.2 


48.0 


- 


- 


12.7 


1.8 


S 




- 


560.2 


292.5 


15.4 


10.0 


2.6 


0.7 


11.6 


- 


66.1 


16.4 


- 


- 


3.3 


3.8 







- 


220.9 


184.8 


- 


27.4 


7.4 


- 


11.0 


- 


49.7 


74.4 


- 


- 


3.1 


31.4 


N 




- 


46.2 


4.4 


- 


9.5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24.0 


29.7 


- 


0.1 


- 


11.4 


D 




- 


0.2 


4.6 


- 


0.7 


14.2 


2.8 


- 


- 


39.8 


6.7 


- 


- 


3.2 


4.0 


1970 J 




- 


_ 


6.6 


_ 


_ 


14.0 


4.0 


_ 


- 


18.8 


4.4 


_ 


- 


_ 


3.2 


F 




12.0 


- 


7.9 


- 


- 


10.2 


- 


- 


1.4 


4.0 


22.1 


- 


- 


1.9 


10.3 


M 




29.9 


- 


1.3 


- 


- 


12.7 


- 


- 


- 


6.8 


6.7 


5.8 


- 


- 


4.4 


A 




31.1 


12.6 


6.8 


- 


0.2 


14.1 


13.2 


- 


2.0 


426.7 


6.2 


8.4 


- 


- 


3.9 


M 




9.7 


0.4 


5.4 


5.5 


6.6 


31.2 


15.0 


- 


- 1 


,042.5 


44.7 


12.6 


- 


- 


7.8 


J 




- 


- 


9.3 


2.7 


7.2 


27.9 


15.5 


- 


- 


726.0 


84.8 


5.3 


3.9 


- 


84.7 


J 




2.6 


28.0 


3.2 


11.2 


10.5 


22.6 


11.0 


- 


- 


749.7 


68.5 


- 


2.2 


- 


94.7 


A 




- 


43.6 


- 


5.2 


14.3 


25.2 


3.1 


- 


- 


232.0 


81.0 


0.4 


- 


- 


68.3 


S 




- 


42.0 


1.7 


3.4 


355.3 


33.9 


4.6 


- 


12.7 


15.8 


1.0 


- 


- 


- 


4.4 







- 


32.6 


- 


3.7 


576.0 


33.2 


5.2 


- 


12.6 


19.8 


2.6 


- 


0.2 


- 


9.1 


N 




- 


- 


0.5 


- 


587.1 


88.1 


0.5 


- 


- 


3.5 


6.3 


6.2 


3.1 


- 


2.0 


D 






2.2 


6.5 




351.9 


23.7 










5.0 


12.3 


" 




0.2 



'In calculating time loss, only the workers directly affected by the strike or lockout ore taken into account; time lost by workers indirectly affected, such as 
those laid off as a result of a work stoppage is not included. 2 The statistics for individual industries exclude strikes and lockouts involving fewer than 100 workers; 
the total, however, includes all work stoppages. The agricultural, finance, insurance and real estate and public administration and defence industries ore not 

shown separately; should strikes occur in these industries, they also will be shown in the total. 'Includes miscellaneous manufacturing industries. 'Includes also 
publishing and allied industries. 'Includes also the storoge and communication industries. Source: Labour Gazette, Deportment of Labour. 

*Revised monthly data will be available later. 



February, 


1971 

Table 12: 


employment 


indexes. 


1 by industr 


ial division 


45 
(1961 -100), based 


on the 1960 


standard industrial cl 


ossification 


SECTION 4 
TABLE 12 




industrial 
composite 2 


forestry 


mining, 
including 
mil ling 




manufacturing 




transport- 
ation, com 
munication 
and other 
utilities 3 


trade 




finance, 
insurance 




monthly 


total 


non- 
durable 
goods 


durable con- 
goods struction 




averages 
or months 


wholesale 


retail 


estate 


service 4 


1968 
1969 


122.7 
127.0 


91.1 
88.3 


109.8 
108.0 


122.1